Whether you are looking for a home formerly owned by a Hollywood legend or a musician, there is a home that is sure to suit your needs.
Robin Williams’ Napa Home
After spending nearly a month on the market, Robin Williams’ Napa home has taken a $3 million price cut. Originally put on the market in November for $25.9 million, the 20,000-square-foot mansion is now available for $22.9 million. Resting on 639 acres atop the Mayacamas Mountains, the vineyard estate boasts a 5-bedroom, 10-bathroom villa named Villa Sorriso, or “Villa of Smiles,” by Williams.
The main residence on the property was built in 2003 by David Gast and Associates after being commissioned by Williams to build the home. Features include a classic exterior of Portuguese limestone, a blue-tiled room, oak-paneled rooms, a climate-controlled wine and art storage room and a 12-seat indoor theater. The property also boasts a private tower accessible via a bridge from the master suite, a 9-stall horse barn, a tennis court, an infinity pool and lap pool overlooking the mountains, a spring-fed bond for bass fishing and hiking trails. The property is also a working vineyard with more than 18 of its acres dedicated to the production of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot varietals. Other features include 100 fruit producing olive trees and several additional acres that are ready for cultivation.
Jonah Hill’s Hollywood Hills Home
Actor-comedian Jonah Hill has reportedly listed his Hollywood Hills home for sale with an asking price of $2.995 million. Originally constructed in 1959 for actress Beverly Garland, the Midcentury compound was designed by architect Richard Dorman. It was later updated in 2012 by architect Padraic Cassidy.
Features of the home include an open floor plan, a state-of-the-art screening room and glass doors. The home also boasts a Zen-inspired courtyard, a saltwater swimming pool with spa, a cabana with entertainment center, a sports court, a barbecue area and a detached guesthouse. Altogether, the property offers four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 3,660 square feet of living space on a third of an acre. Hill purchased the property for $1.865 five years ago, making him only the second person to ever own the home.
Aaron Dessner’s Ditmas Park Home
Musician Aaron Dessner has put his six-bedroom Ditmas Park home on the market for $2.35 million. One of the three-story home’s key features is its music studio, which is complete with heating and cooling, skylights and oak floors. The home reportedly served as the recording studio when Desnner recorded his 2010 album “High Violet.” Other artists, including Sharon Van Etten, have also recorded in the home. Other features of the 2,800-square-foot, two-family home include a separate apartment on the second level, lots of storage space, a wraparound porch and a spacious backyard. Dessner originally purchased the home in 2003 for $700,000.
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