“Mrs. Doubtfire” house hits the market in San Francisco

Mrs. Doubtfire and 2640 Steiner Street (Image Credit : Steve Gothelf & YouTube)
Mrs. Doubtfire and 2640 Steiner Street (Image Credit : Steve Gothelf & YouTube)

Perhaps one the best parts of the movie “Mrs. Doubtfire” was the house where all the action took place. Now, the iconic turreted Victorian spread at 2640 Steiner Street in San Francisco has hit the market for $4.4 million.

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The four-bedroom home was built in 1893 and comes with an elevated entrance, oval windows, a traditional foyer, hardwood flooring, a window-lined staircase, a formal living room, a marble wood-burning fireplace, an attached garage and private outdoor space.

According to the San Francisco Gate, the current owner of the home, Douglas Ousterhout, purchased the building in 1997 for $1.3 million and has been said to be welcoming of fans. Since the death of the movie’s star, Robin Williams in 2014, flowers and remembrances honoring Williams are often left on the sidewalk.

Steven Gothelf and Adam Gothelf of Pacific Union Christie’s International have the listing. [SF Gate]

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