Robin Williams’ California home lowers its price after 10 months on the market

The comedian’s unique San Francisco Bay residence is up for sale at nearly $6 million

The San Francisco Bay Area house where beloved comedian Robin Williams spent his last days has had its price tag dropped by $1.25 million.

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With six bedrooms and seven bathrooms available, 95 St Thomas Way in Belvedere-Tiburon, Calif. now costs $5.995 million. This brings the famous property down to $919 per square foot versus the $1,111.71 the seller was asking for per square foot previously.

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Williams reportedly bought the massive home in 2008 for a little more than $4 million. He owned the home for six years. (Courtesy Jacob Elliot)

The Santa Barbara-style residence was built in 1987 and has been on the market since 2019. Currently, it is listed by Team Wright in Marin, a mother-daughter real estate duo at Compass.

Williams reportedly bought the massive home in 2008 for a little more than $4 million. He owned the home for six years.

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The single-story home is situated on a double lot and provides direct access to the bay it overlooks with custom kayak and paddleboard racks. It is also located in Paradise Cay – a private enclave on the Tiburon Peninsula, which offers residents privacy while only being 20 minutes away from the Golden Gate Bridge, according to Team Wright.

A pool and hot tub face the bay along with two pool decks and terraces. Other amenities include a three-car garage, a central station monitored security system and an eight-zone sound system that can be used indoors and outdoors.

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Inside the home is a 38-by-24-foot living room, 15-by-20-foot dining room and 20-by-18-foot family room that can be used for get-togethers. A library is a short distance away and can be converted into a bedroom if a buyer desires. The six existing bedrooms have adjoining bathrooms.

(Courtesy Jacob Elliot)

The primary suite offers south- and east-facing views of the San Francisco Bay and has two “huge” closets. Its bathroom features a steam shower for two, a soaking tub and double sinks.

For the kitchen, there is a connected breakfast area and walk-in pantry. And across the hall is the laundry room.

Any family that buys this home can expect an HOA fee of $24 that needs to be paid to the Paradise Cay Home Owners Association, according to the listing on Compass.

The median household income for the town of Tiburon was $163,865 in 2018, according to data from Census.gov. That number is $53,648 higher than the median household income of Marin County, the county where this sprawling home resides.