Villa Sorriso, the stucco and limestone Italianate Napa estate the late Robin Williams built more than a decade ago, went on the market last April seeking $29.9 million. And now the House of Smiles, as it's called, has cut its price by $4 million, dropping to an only slightly more affordable $25.9 million. Williams originally put the home on the market in 2012 asking a more serious $35 million. The 5-bed, 10-bath home is a whopping 20,000 square feet, and there's also a four-bedroom caretaker's house on the grounds, a barn fit for either seven or nine horses, a tennis court, an infinity-edge pool, more than 18 acres of vineyards, and lots and lots of olive trees. The home itself is chock-full of classical details—take your pick of loggias, roduntas, and other Italian-derived flourishes—and one mighty fine bell tower.
· Villa Sorriso [Cyd Greer]
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· Robin Williams Lists Massive Napa Valley Estate [Curbed SF]