Robin Williams Is Selling His Napa Vineyard for $35M (PHOTOS)

take a peek inside the funnyman's vineyard
Robin Williams

Robin Williams is saying goodbye to the wine business and putting his Napa Valley, Calif. vineyard on the market for a whopping $35 million.

And Celebuzz has all the photos so you can have a peek inside.

The 20,000 square foot palatial estate -- known as Villa Sorriso -- abuts the Mayacama Mountains between Napa and Sonoma Valleys -- but is only a scenic 80 minutes from San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.

What does the inside look like?

Fit for the king of comedy, the private limestone manse boasts five suite-like bedrooms, library, first-class movie theater, game room, chef's kitchen, elevator, cellars for art and wine, bridge gallery and viewing tower overlooking the valley.

And just in case you need to relax after a hard day of wine, the home boasts an infinity pool surrounded by Antique European stone terraces and sculpture gardens with majestic views of the 600 acres of terrain.

The mansion also has trails to a solar farm (complete with cattle), a natural lake, olive trees and world class Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.

 

 

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  • teatrubucuresti
    teatrubucuresti

    It must be very boring and very lonely to live there :))