Before he died, Robin Williams relisted his Italianate Napa estate, Villa Sorriso, for $29.9 million, back in April 2014. Several months after his death, Williams' family cut the price down to $25.9 million, a significant $4 million chop. Now the asking price has dropped another $3 million, down to $22.9 million, as the home gets farther into its second year on the market (it also made an appearance in 2012, asking $35 million). Williams left Villa Sorriso to his children, according to the Los Angeles Times, while the Tiburon home where he lived with his wife, Susan Schneider Williams, went to her. About 300 personal items from the late actor's estate—clothing and books, as well as some artwork—are currently at the center of a legal battle between Williams' children and Susan Williams; a San Francisco Superior Court judge has given the two sides until July 29 to sort things out.)
The five-bedroom, ten-bath house is finished with stucco and limestone, and its 20,000 square feet are packed with classical details (think loggias, rotundas, and one sweet bell tower). The grounds also include a four-bedroom caretaker's quarters, plus a tennis court, an infinity-edge pool, 18 acres of vineyards, and a barn fit for a small fleet of horses.
· Robin Williams' Humongous Napa Estate Now Only $25.9M [Curbed SF]
· Villa Sorriso [Cyd Greer]
· Judge gives Robin Williams' wife, kids more time to work out estate issues [LAT]
· Robin Williams Puts Napa Valley Estate Back on the Market [Curbed SF]
· Robin Williams Lists Massive Napa Valley Estate [Curbed SF]