Williams lived day to day in a modest home but also owned a 650-acre Italianate estate retreat which was on the market for $29.9 million. He called it “Villa Sorriso.” Sorriso means “smile” in Italian
Palm Coast FL – August 15, 2014 – Robin Williams lived day to day in a modest home when he died, but his estate includes an Italianate estate that he built 10 years ago in California’s Napa Valley wine region. The 650 acre retreat includes a 20,000 square foot home with and a working 18-acre vineyard planted with premium Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Williams named the estate “Villa Sorriso.” Sorriso means “smile” in Italian.
According to Yahoo Real Estate, the property failed to attract a buyer when listed in 2012. It was relisted in April for $29.9 million. More details and a spectacular photo gallery