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See Inside Robin Williams' Napa Estate, Which Is Back On The Market For $25.9 Million

Williams personally commissioned the estate in 2003.

After the tragic and sudden death of Robin Williams earlier this year, his extensive Napa Valley estate has been put back on the market. The actor's California home was previously for sale prior to his passing in 2012 for approximately $35 million, and then earlier this year for $29 million. Now, according to Zillow, the sale price for the listing has dropped to $25.9 million.

Williams called the estate Villa Sorriso, or the "Villa of Smiles," and the property includes 639 acres of hills, olive trees and even a functional vineyard. The house itself has 5 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a private 12-seat indoor theater, a climate controlled wine room, a private tower, a horse barn, pool and pond, along with much more. Robin had the house commissioned back in 2003, and it was designed personally for him by David Gast and Associates.

Here's a quick run-down of the estate's many draws:

It's basically a dream home.

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There's plenty of light and space:

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Yup, a functional vineyard is included.

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Along with little luxuries like a pool, tower and billiard room:

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And then, there's the bigger luxuries—like an in-home, private theater:

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And a climate-controlled wine room.

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It's an elegant, spacious home:

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Kim and Kanye were reportedly looking at purchasing the estate when it was previously for sale, but went with a more manageable house on only about 3 acres. No word yet on who else may be interested in buying the estate.