If you’re seeking a new home in the San Francisco area, you can officially make an offer on the house “Mrs. Doubtfire” was filmed in.
The iconic Victorian dwelling, cherished by fans of “Mrs. Doubtfire” and the late Robin Williams, is now for sale for $4.45 million. It served as the set of the the 1993 classic in which Williams played a British nanny impostor to gain access to his children following the divorce from his wife (Sally Field).
The current owner of the home, Douglas Ousterhout, purchased the building in 1997 for $1.395 million and has been said to be welcoming of fans who want to admire the home.
There have been changes made to update the house — including the outside being painted yellow — but the rest of the home is almost identical to the movie. The large four bedroom, two-story building was designed in 1893 by architect Joachim B. Mathison, who also designed the Burlingame Railroad Depot. Every aspect of the home was designed with light in mind.
“Because it’s built on a wide corner lot, the public rooms are large scale and the home has an open feel,” listing agent Steven Gothelf told SF Gate.
The property is located at 2640 Steiner St. in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. According to the listing, it’s within walking distance of shops, cafes of Fillmore, Alta Plaza Park, and highly ranked private schools.