After a Year on the Market, Robin Williams’ Former Home in Tiburon, CA, Finds a Buyer

After a year on the market and several price cuts, the last home where the late comedian Robin Williams lived before he died in 2014 has sold for $5.3 million.

Williams, a movie star and king of stand-up comedy, purchased the waterfront property in the Tiburon, CA, enclave of Paradise Cay for $4.05 million in 2008, according to realtor.com®

After his headline-grabbing death at the age of 63, his wife, Susan Schneider Williams, inherited the home. In 2019, she put the place on the market for $7.25 million.

But the one-story contemporary failed to find a buyer at that price, so the ask was trimmed to $6,950,000 in early 2020, and then shaved down again to $6,795,000 in April.


The home came back on the market in July with a new price point of $5,995,000. That was low enough to attract a buyer, who closed at the even lower

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Tiburon property owners defeats appeal over trail access

Four hiking trails on an undeveloped hillside property in Tiburon are not available for public use, a state appeals court ruled.

The ruling affirmed an earlier trial verdict in Marin County Superior Court on public access to the 110-acre Martha Co. tract.

The decision, released this week by the 1st District Court of Appeal in San Francisco, is the latest setback for the plaintiffs’ group, Tiburon/Belvedere Residents United to Support the Trails. The group sued in 2017 after the Martha Co., owned by the heirs of the John Reed family, stepped up efforts to prohibit hikers as it prepared to sell the property for development.

The plaintiffs argued the trails were “impliedly dedicated” to the public because visitors has been using them for decades without apparent objection by the owners. The group based its claim on a 1970 California Supreme Court ruling that said a road leading through private property

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