Robin Williams's long-time mansion has hit the market for $25 million, and we're obsessed. The late actor's wife, Marsha Grace Williams, listed the property where the couple lived from the early 90s until 2021 earlier this week. The Italian Renaissance-style Villa was built in 1926 with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Pacific Ocean, and the San Francisco Bay. All remodels have been done exclusively by Robin and Marsha, leaving the legacy of the Academy Award-winning actor intact. The estate's marble facade and terra-cotta roof project an air of timeless luxury, while the interiors offer unparalleled views and stylish elegance.
Let's take the tour for some much-needed home decor ideas.
First, the exterior of the home. Columned archways and wrought iron details bring an elevated, Mediterranean feel to the property. The home is fully walled and gated to offer privacy in the midst of the busy area. Extra long windows throughout the home bring the beauty of the outdoors in.
The first floor is a wonder to behold. A stylish, tiled entryway opens into a modern farmhouse living room. Exposed beams add warmth to the white walls of Robin Williams' former living room, while wide windows flood the space with views of the San Francisco Bay.
A wood-paneled den opens to a relaxing porch, providing extra space for the family to spend time together. Robin's former home office is painted in a deep, forest green color to add warmth to the home. Each room is outfitted with unique and modern light fixtures.
If the interior space doesn't feel like enough, a tranquil outdoor living room provides extra room for entertaining.
There is no shortage of space for eating in this home. The bright and airy kitchen is equipped with a La Cornue range stove. The corner has enough room for a light-filled dining nook, perfect for breakfast or casual meals. An unfussy dining room is perfect for serving dinners in understated elegance.
Aside from the gorgeous interiors, the listing held by Steve Mavromihalis at Compass states that the property has perks including a movie theatre with a drop-down projector, a gym and sauna, a wine cellar, and a one-bedroom guest apartment with its own entrance.
The Kichler Erzo 8 light candle style chandelier lends a modern touch to any room. The wide shape spreads light around a large space.
This organically shaped chandelier is constructed from brass with space for 12 candelabra light bulbs. Its beautiful shape and stylish design is unparalleled.
Each room in Robin Williams's home is full to the brim with design inspiration. If $25 million is a bit out of the budget at the moment, don't worry. You can shop the lighting edit to emulate Robin's eclectic and elegant style in your own home.
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I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.
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