Robin Williams‘ former crib along the San Francisco Bay is up for grabs … and the view alone might make it go quickly.
The late funny man’s single-story Mediterranean home in Northern California — located in Paradise Clay — is a nearly 6,500-square-foot palace with walls of windows in the living room and kitchen to ensure you never lose sight of the gorgeous bay.
The house features a wood-paneled library/den, an office and 6 beds and 6.5 baths. Outside, there’s a gorgeous stone patio with a pool and spa.
Williams — who first started doing stand-up comedy in the San Fran area in the mid-1970s — bought the property in 2008 for just over $4 million. Following his suicide in 2014, the home was transferred to a trust tied to his widow, Susan.