When beloved comedian Robin Williams passed away earlier this year, he left behind a sprawling Napa Valley estate he'd owned since 2003. After failing to unload the 640-acre property for $35M in 2012, Williams re-listed the house for $29.9M in April. Now, the LA Times reports that Villa Sorriso ("Villa of Smiles") has had its price cut even further, to $25.9M.
Built from Portuguese limestone, the estate's 20,000-square-foot house is rich in classical elements like arched entrances, loggias, rotundas, and a bell tower. The five-bedroom home also contains an oak-paneled library, a 12-seat theater, a billiards room, safe rooms, and climate-controlled cellars. Outside, there's a 65-foot infinity pool, a tennis court, and a sculpture garden, as well as a four-bedroom caretaker's house, all surrounded by olive trees, vineyards, and hiking and riding trails, with sweeping views of neighboring mountains. Here's what it looks like:
· Villa Sorriso [Coldwell Banker Previews International]
· Robin Williams' Napa estate back on market at $25.9 million [LA Times]
· Robin Williams Puts Napa Valley Estate Back on the Market[Curbed SF]
· All Robin Williams posts[Curbed National]
· All Celebrity Real Estate posts [Curbed National]