By Nick Caruso
Despite the cancellation of his CBS sitcom “The Crazy Ones,” Robin Williams is still a busy man. With a plethora of films making their way to the big screen (including a sequel to the much beloved “Mrs. Doubtfire”), it’s no wonder that Williams’ Napa Valley winery is on the market.
His compound, Villa Sorriso, is located in the Mayacama Mountains, which straddle both the Napa and Sonoma valleys. The home sits among 23 acres of vineyards and olive groves, with about 653 acres spread out over the entire property. The views over the valley are classic Napa sights, with a natural pond, and groomed and landscaped grounds that are all expertly maintained by an on-site estate manager (bonus!).
With more than 100 olive trees, the estate can produce 30-50 gallons of oil a year, with approximately 18 acres of vineyards producing Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Because wine (and oil!) is delicious.
Oh, how about that house? Williams’ villa has 20,000 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, six full baths, five half-baths, a library, theater, elevator, climate-controlled cellars for art and wine, and a viewing tower overlooking the valley. Three safe rooms and smart house technology help sustain privacy. And why not add in a 65-foot infinity pool? Good choice, Mork.
Drink it up. Williams’ Tuscan-inspired villa is now being offered for $29.9 million.
Listed by: Joyce Rey