London: Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams' Napa Valley estate has been sold reportedly for USD 18.1 million four years after it went on the market.
Robin Williams. Pic/Santa Banta
The late star initially put the 650-acre property up for sale for USD 35 million in 2012 but when it did not sell the "Mrs Doubtfire" actor relisted it for USD 29.9 million in April 2014, just months before he committed suicide in August 2014 aged 63, reported Female First.
There are six full bathrooms in the main house but if you fancy a change of scenery you could always head outside to the four-bedroom guest house for a nap.
Other features include a bell tower, a 12-seat home theatre, lifts to all three floors and a study, where Robin used to read and relax.
According to William Densberger of Pacific Union, who represented the new owners of the "ranch", which is reportedly what Williams called the place, the buyers are planning to make wine on the property's 18.4 acres of vineyards.