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Look inside the stunning waterfront mansion where the late Robin Williams once lived

Robin Williams was a beloved Hollywood actor and comedian and a longtime Bay Area resident. 
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Though he died in 2014, the late comedian and actor Robin Williams remains one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, having appeared in beloved movies like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Good Will Hunting,” and “Dead Poets Society.”

Despite being a Hollywood fixture for decades, Williams’ home base was further north. The actor was a long-time resident of San Francisco’s Bay Area. As Robb Report points out, he even went to high school there.

Recently, the waterfront Bay Area home where he lived until his death sold for $5.35 million, SF Gate reports.

Take a look inside the property, which is located in a suburb about 17 miles from San Francisco and has panoramic views of the water.

Robin Williams’ former San Francisco home sold in November for $5.35 million, SF Gate reports. Williams, who died in 2014, was a beloved comedian, actor, and Hollywood A-lister.

The Bay Area home. 

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Per Robb Report, Williams was a “local boy” who “called the San Francisco Bay Area home.” He bought the property — located in the California city of Tiburon, the San Francisco suburb where he went to high school — in 2008.

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Robin Williams performing standup. 

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The home was initially listed for $7.25 million when it first went on the market in 2019, before a price drop to $5.95 million in August 2020. Ultimately, it sold for $5.35 million.

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The living room. 

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The listing describes the home as “inviting and elegant” with “open water views” throughout the home.

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Views of the water from the kitchen. 

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The spacious, open-concept home has a large foyer that flows into the living room.

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The home’s large foyer. 

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The living room, located at the heart of the home, has a stone fireplace, custom built-in storage space, and glass doors and windows that offer panoramic views of the Bay.

The living room photographed in the evening. 

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The house has a formal dining room right off the living room.

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The formal dining room. 

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The formal dining room even has designer chandeliers.

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You can see the pool and the water from the formal dining room. 

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Next to the formal dining room is the home’s kitchen. It has a large island, stone countertops, built-in cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a walk-in pantry.

The kitchen also has a nook where residents can enjoy their meals. 

Source: Sandhill PR

The home can accommodate a large family or plenty of guests. It has six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

One of the home’s six bedrooms. 

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The master bedroom has direct deck access, two walk-in closets, Dual Cristallo sconces designed by Baka Studios, designer mirrors, and an attached dark-wood study.

The master bedroom. 

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It also has a bathroom with a standalone tub, steam showers, and never-ending views of the water that can be enjoyed from the tub.

The bathroom attached to the master bedroom. 

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Aside from the sprawling master bedroom, the house has a kids’ bedroom with large, custom bunk beds and walk-in closets.

The custom bunk beds in the kids’ room. 

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Once you step out of the house and onto the patio, you’ll find a hot tub, a large swimming pool, and custom golf platforms.

The pool. 

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There’s also a media room with a gaming system, a laundry room, a three-car garage, and a versatile “bonus” room that could work as an extra bedroom or an office.

The home’s study. 

Source: Sandhill PR

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