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Robin Williams’ Bay Area home gets big price cut

Tessa McLean Aug. 11, 2020 Updated: Aug. 11, 2020 1:04 p.m.

The former Marin County home of late actor and comedian Robin Williams just received a big price cut to an asking price of $5.995 million, down from $7.25 million when it was first listed in November of 2019.

The property at 95 St. Thomas Way sits on a double lot in Paradise Cay on the Tiburon peninsula.
Jacob Elliott
The property at 95 St. Thomas Way sits on a double lot in Paradise Cay on the Tiburon peninsula.
The contemporary Mediterranean home was built in 1987 and has six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The main living space features an open floor plan with the kitchen, dining room and living room stretching across the back of the home that runs along the bay.
Jacob Elliott
The contemporary Mediterranean home was built in 1987 and has six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The main living space features an open floor plan with the kitchen, dining room and living room stretching across the back of the home that runs along the bay.
An additional eating area off the kitchen.
Jacob Elliott
An additional eating area off the kitchen.
A formal dining room has large windows featuring Bay views.
Jacob Elliott
A formal dining room has large windows featuring Bay views.
The kitchen includes granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
Jacob ElliottThe kitchen includes granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
The master suite features large his and hers closets.
Jacob Elliott The master suite features large his and hers closets.
The primary bathroom includes a bathtub that is framed by windows overlooking the water.
Jacob Elliott
The primary bathroom includes a bathtub that is framed by windows overlooking the water.
All bedrooms are en-suite.
Jacob ElliottAll bedrooms are en-suite.
A cozy study is paneled in natural wood with a fireplace as its focal point.
Jacob ElliottA cozy study is paneled in natural wood with a fireplace as its focal point.
Williams was a beloved Bay Area resident who launched his career performing stand-up comedy in San Francisco clubs and went on to become an A-list Hollywood actor, starring in the TV series
Jacob ElliottWilliams was a beloved Bay Area resident who launched his career performing stand-up comedy in San Francisco clubs and went on to become an A-list Hollywood actor, starring in the TV series “Mork & Mindy” and films such as “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987), “Dead Poets Society” (1989), “Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993) and “Good Will Hunting” (1997). Williams died in August 2014.
The outdoor patio features a pool and hot tub that overlook the Bay.
Jacob ElliottThe outdoor patio features a pool and hot tub that overlook the Bay.
SFGATE Editor Amy Graff contributed to this reporting. Tessa McLean is a digital editor with SFGATE. Email her at tessa.mclean@sfgate.com or follow her on Twitter @mcleantessa.
Jacob Elliott
SFGATE Editor Amy Graff contributed to this reporting.
Tessa McLean is a digital editor with SFGATE. Email her at tessa.mclean@sfgate.com or follow her on Twitter @mcleantessa.

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