Now you can live in the house where 'Mrs. Doubtfire' cleaned and sang
Mrs. Doubtfire, the film that won Robin Williams a Golden Globe, takes place primarily inside a home where Williams dresses up like a female nanny in order to spend time with his estranged children (while in disguise, of course.)
And now, that house that set the scene for the classic film is on the market in sunny Pacific Heights, California.
Built in 1983, this three-story Victorian boasts four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The 3,300 square feet of living space displays gorgeous hardwood floors and leaded glass windows, with no shortage of natural light to be found anywhere.
Take a look at this cinema-classic home below:
The home contains an elevated entrance and landscaped back patio, adding a feeling of privacy and more charm.
The infamous front steps were touchingly used as a memorial by fans when Williams passed away in 2014.
It's on the market for $4.45M, price of a housekeeper not included.
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