A Bay Area lawyer wrote in yesterday to pass on the news that funnyman Robin Williams was selling his long-time home and vineyard in Napa Valley for a stomach-churning $35M. The Real Estalker has confirmed that Williams is the owner, citing another source, and claims that the actor has owned at least part of the property since 1994. Today, the 653-acre estate—which was a House of the Day back in June and first covered by Curbed SF last year—includes a 20,000-square-foot main house, award-winning vines, a Slim Aarons-worthy infinity swimming pool, a solar farm, and a three-bedroom home for the property manager. We should have known it was celebrity owned when the listing included "safe rooms" and "climate-controlled cellars for art."
· Villa Sorriso [Sotheby's International Realty]
· Robin Williams To Shed Napa Valley Vineyard [The Real Estalker]
· Award-Winning Grapes and Huge Mansion Equal $35M Price [Curbed National]
· Drunk on Luxury in Napa Valley [Curbed SF]