The Mrs. Doubtfire House Is on the Market
It’s a chance to own a piece of movie history.
This story originally appeared on Realsimple.com.
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Movie fans, take note. The iconic house from the 1993 comedy film, Mrs. Doubtfire, is for sale. Located in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood on 2640 Steiner Street, the Victorian home has an asking price of $4.45 million. That’s quite an investment, but the price is actually the norm when it comes to San Francisco real estate (the Full House house was listed a few months ago for about the same amount).
For those who haven’t seen the film in years, the house is where Robin Williams (in one of his most famous and beloved roles) and Sally Field’s characters, Daniel and Miranda, live with their children. After the couple separates, Daniel has to move out of the home, but transforms into a Scottish babysitter and housekeeper, Mrs. Doubtfire, in order to spend more time with his children. Hilarious and heartwarming hijinks ensue. The house is so iconic to film fans, that following Williams’s death, many people left flowers and candles in front of the home.
The actual four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Victorian was used for exterior shots in the film. The interiors are all updated, including a large chef’s kitchen with Wolf stainless steel appliances. Of course, the house still has many of the traditional features of a Victorian, from fine hardware flooring and millwork to window-lined turrets in the living room, dining room, and master bedroom. There’s also an attached two-car garage and a side yard.
Take a look at some photos of the home below, taken by Vince Valdes courtesy of Steven Gothelf and Pacific Union Christie’s International Real Estate. See the full listing here.