Robin Williams’ Hilltop, Tiburon Mansion Has Price Slashed By $1.2M

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Robin Williams’ Hilltop, Tiburon Mansion Has Price Slashed By $1.2M

The home is just north of San Francisco and features six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and stunning views.

Robin Williams is perhaps the most beloved actor of our times. He is often regarded by critics as one of the best comedians of all time.

His suicide in August 2014, has been attributed to his struggle with Lewy body disease. It's a type of dementia accompanied by changes in sleep, behavior, cognition, movement, and automatic bodily functions.

The home of the late actor, in which he lived until his death has been drastically reduced in price, following 10 months on the market. Williams, who graduated from Redwood High School in Marin County, bought the property through a trust in 2008 for $4.05 million, public records show. Following his death, the property was transferred to a trust tied to his widow, Susan Williams.

The home is just north of San Francisco and features six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and stunning views. The 6,500 sq ft house was put on the market in November 2019 for $7.25 million. It's asking price has now been dropped to $5.995 million. This is the home in which Williams died.

According to the listing website , this Santa Barbara style residence evokes casual elegance. Wide hallways and an open, single-level floor plan create ample living areas with San Francisco Bay views from almost every room!

The spacious eat-in kitchen has a large center island, stone countertops, top of the line stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry, and plenty of space for socializing or hosting while cooking.

The property, at 95 St. Thomas Way, sits on a double lot in Paradise Cay, a residential area 20 minutes from San Francisco.

Master bath with a steam shower for two, custom tile, soaking tub, double sinks, and fixtures by Waterworks

Custom cabinetry and built-ins throughout.

Robin Williams started his career in San Francisco and was a beloved local resident. Looking at the beauty of this sun-drenched home, it is hard to imagine how overwhelming the depression that Williams must have been living through.

Cover Image Credit: Eva Rinaldi / CC BY-SA

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