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2640 Steiner Street

Listed for $4.45 million in September, the iconic “Mrs. Doubtfire House” at 2640 Steiner Street, which was purchased for $1.395 million in 1997 and recently remodeled (including the installation of a car lift to double the capacity of its garage), has sold for $4.15 million.

Originally designed by Joachim B. Mathison and constructed circa 1893, the Pacific Heights home measures around 3,300 square feet per its current layout, which puts the sale at roughly $1,258 per square foot.

Featured in the filming of Mrs. Doubtfire in 1993, the former trickle of fans who have visited the home, which nearly went up in flames early last year, has grown into more of a steady flow ever since Robin Williams’ passing in 2014.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by eddy

    Seems like an amazing deal. Surprising.

  2. Posted by MB

    Hope the buyer is a big fan of the film.

    • Posted by Notcom

      Wouldn’t be surprised if s/he was born after it was released.

  3. Posted by Back to the coal mines

    The new owner should paint it in different colors so people can’t recognize it from the film. That’s what happened to the “Pacific Heights” house on Texas & 19th.

    • Posted by Mark F.

      Maybe they can put a virtual screen around it and make it look like vacant lot.

  4. Posted by cleverpunhere

    I’ve never seen a car lift like that. What is that thing? Does it just elevate one end enough for another hood below?

  5. Posted by ghjgjggjg

    enjoy the tourists

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