Pacific Union International Announces Sale of Beloved Mrs. Doubtfire House Robin Williams Film Makes San Francisco Victorian a Landmark
November 21, 2016
San Francisco, Nov. 21, 2016 – Pacific Union International, Inc. today announced the sale of the iconic Victorian mansion in San Francisco that was used in the acclaimed Robin Williams film, Mrs. Doubtfire. Although the late actor never lived in the home, it became the scene of an informal shrine to Williams after his death in 2014.
Leading San Francisco real estate professional, Steve Gothelf of Pacific Union’s City office represented the seller of the recognizable home, a beautifully detailed corner Victorian on a wide lot in one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods. Various upgrades throughout the home including an expansive kitchen remodel paired beautifully with the charm of the original Victorian architecture. The sales price for the 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath house at 2640steiner.com was $4.15 million.
Earlier this year, Pacific Union represented the buyer for another Robin Williams linked house, an expansive Wine Country estate in Napa that was sold to French vitners for $18.1 million in January, 2016