NAPA (CBS SF) – An estate built by the late comedian Robin Williams has sold for $18.1 million, according to Wall Street Journal. Located in the Napa Valley, the asking price for the estate was first listed in 2012 at $35 million and eventually dropped down to $22 million.

Villa Sorriso, as the 640 acre property was called, included hiking and riding trails, a bell tower, a barn and 18 acre vineyard. The sprawling mansion itself was 20,000 square feet with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a home theater, a cellar, a tennis court and a guesthouse.

Two french winemakers reportedly paid in cash.

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