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Robin Williams’ Northern California home hits the market at $7.25 million

Robin Williams
The Northern California estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has come up for sale at $7.25 million. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

By NEAL J. LEITEREG STAFF WRITER NOV. 20, 2019 2:19 PM

The Northern California estate of late actor and comedian Robin Williams has come up for sale at $7.25 million.

Located in Paradise Clay, an enclave that hugs the Tiburon peninsula, the single-story Mediterranean residence sits on a double lot abutting San Francisco Bay.

The roughly 6,500-square-foot house, built-in 1987, has six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a wood-paneled library/den, and an office. Walls of windows in the living room and kitchen look out toward the bay.


Neal J. LeiteregNeal J. Leitereg covers celebrity real estate for the Los Angeles Times’ Business section. He’s found a way to connect his two passions: real estate and sports. Neal is regular contributor to the Hot Property blog, keeping tabs on the luxury digs of L.A. sports figures.  Leitereg graduated from Arizona State and covered real estate news for Realtor.com before joining The Times.