'Mrs. Doubtfire' Home in San Francisco Fetches $4.15 Million | NBC Southern California

'Mrs. Doubtfire' Home in San Francisco Fetches $4.15 Million

The 4-bedroom Victorian served as a temporary shrine to the late comedian and 'Doubtfire' star Robin Williams

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    In this Aug. 15, 2014, file photo, a woman stops to look at a makeshift memorial for actor Robin Williams outside a home which was used in the filming of the movie "Mrs. Doubtfire" in San Francisco.

    A San Francisco home that served as the setting for the popular 1993 movie "Mrs. Doubtfire," starring Robin Williams, has sold for $4.15 million.

    The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the four-bedroom Victorian in the Pacific Heights neighborhood sold this week after being listed in September for $4.45 million. It did not identify the buyer.

    The iconic "Mrs. Doubtfire" house served as a temporary shrine to Williams after his suicide in 2014, amassing flowers, candles and other items mourning the Bay Area-based comedian's death.

    The previous owner of the home was a plastic surgeon who bought it in 1997 for about $1.4 million. 

    Last year, a disgruntled former patient set two small fires that didn't cause much damage.