The Home From ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Is Now Up For Sale
The home from the classic Robin Williams film is on the market. Start saving, folks!
How could anyone forget sweet old Mrs. Doubtfire?
In the 1993 film, Robin Williams played a character who was a dad going through a divorce. He wasn’t going to be allowed to see his children often, so he disguised himself as an older woman in order to become the nanny for his own family—in his brilliant disguise, of course. That way, he could be close to his kids. They, as did the rest of us, fell in love with Mrs. Doubtfire’s sweet demeanor and the funny moments that ensue.
Brings back memories, doesn’t it? If you’re a fan of this classic, you’ll be excited to find this out piece of information. The family’s home from the movie is now up for sale! The Hillard’s house could be yours, though it’ll cost you a pretty penny to own a piece of this Hollywood magic.
The current owner, who bought the home in 1997, paid $1.395 million for the home. Now, it’s going for a whopping $4.45 million, according to SF Gate.
The San Francisco home is beautiful and quite grand. It has over 3,000 square feet, four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The Victorian-style home is situated in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of the city—within walking distance to the shops and cafes of Fillmore and Alta Plaza Park, according to the publication.
The listing agent told SF Gate, “Because it’s built on a wide corner lot, the public rooms are large scale and the home has an open feel.” He mentions that it’d be great for a family with small children.
Comfortably seat 7 at this round table.
Even the landing at the top of the stairs is breathless.
Ah, the master suite.
How beautiful is this bathroom?
And this view of the Bay out the master bedroom windows!
Even the kids’ room are great sizes.
So cute, we love the bedspread.
Have two cars? No problem – there’s a modified car lift to conveniently store two cars in the garage.
Apparently, tourists will sometimes set up little memorials to the late Robin Williams outside of the home, and the current owner has been amenable to that. All in all, this seems like a great place to live. You know, if you can cough up the $4.45 million.