Late comedian Robin Williams‘ majestic mansion in the Mayacama Mountains—now asking $25.9 million—rests on 640 acres dotted with olive groves, nestled between Sonoma and Napa valleys in California.
Maintained by an on-site estate manager, the property has over a hundred olive trees, which can generate 30 to 50 gallons of oil every year. About 18.4 acres of vineyards produce Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc wines.
Aptly named “Villa Sorriso” (which translates to “smile villa” in Italian), the residence’s 20,000-square-foot main house’s living area is comprised of five bedrooms, six full baths, five half baths, a theater, a library an elevator, climate-controlled art and wine cellars, a bridge gallery, a viewing tower overlooking the Valley, and three safe rooms.
Equipped with smart house technology, the Wine Country estate also features antique European stone terraces that are enveloped by sculpture gardens and pools, while its 65-foot infinity pool sits in the midst of lush lawns and landscaping.
The Tuscan-style villa—accompanied by a stable and a 3,200-square-foot guesthouse—is linked to thousands of acres of Sugarloaf State Park.