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'Mrs. Doubtfire' Home Looks to Clean Up With $4.45M Asking Price

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    Home used in Mrs. Doubtfire goes for sale

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Great news, poppets! The San Francisco Victorian featured in Robin Williams' "Mrs. Doubtfire," which became a shrine to the Bay Area -- based actor after his death, is now on the market for $4.45 million.

The 3,300-square-foot house on Steiner Street was the setting for the 1993 comedy where Williams wore pancake makeup and a pair of falsies to impersonate a British nanny so he could spend more time with his children after divorcing their mother. The home has attracted movie fans, who left flowers on its sidewalk after the beloved actor died in 2014 of suicide. He was 63.

The Pacific Heights home, built in 1893, is near San Francisco's famed Gold Coast and sits on a wide corner lot. It has four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and formal living and dining rooms. The interior features hardwood floors, intricate millwork, and window-lined turrets. The white kitchen boasts a large island, subway tile backsplashes, and access to a garden patio.

"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 of Pacific Union Christie's International told SFGate.

The property belongs to Douglas Ousterhout, a leading doctor in facial feminization surgery for transgender patients, according to SFGate. He purchased the home in 1997 for $1.4 million.

Williams, a Juilliard School graduate who is credited with spurring San Francisco's 1970s comedy scene, won a 1997 Oscar for his performance as an empathetic therapist in "Good Will Hunting."