The Tiburon, California property that was at the center of an intense legal battle over the late Robin Williams's estate is finally up for sale.
Nestled right on the San Francisco Bay, the Mediterranean-style residence is where the Mrs. Doutbfire star tragically died by suicide in August 2014. Contrary to the popular belief that Williams took his life because he suffered from manic-depression, his wife, Susan Schneider, revealed that her husband actually suffered from Lewy body dementia (LBD). She described the disease as "chemical warfare in the brain" and that "no one could have done anything more for Robin."
Shortly after the actor's passing, his widow claimed that she wouldn't be able to maintain the home for much longer because she wasn't receiving enough money from the comedian's estate. This issue caused a rift between Schneider and the actor's children, Zachary, Zelda and Cody. The siblings revealed that they were “heartbroken” that their stepmother "acted against his wishes by challenging the plans he so carefully made for his estate."
The family eventually settled the dispute out of court in October 2015. Now the six-bedroom house has hit the market for $7.25 million.
The single-story, 6,517-square-foot house has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The property has a large patio, a grotto-inspired pool area and offers direct access to the bay.
The interior is a blend of modern and traditional, with nearly every room offering views of the water. The main level features rooms with built-in bookshelves, a fireplace, a living room with two sitting areas, a dining room with a slightly whimsical light fixture, a kitchen with a large island and dining area.
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