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‘Mrs Doubtfire’ House Sells — How Much Did it Go For?

Mind you, it is located in San Francisco

The San Francisco house that served as the setting for Robin Williams’ cross-dressing antics in the 1993 film “Mrs. Doubtfire” has been sold, SF Gate reported Friday.

The four-bedroom home, built in 1893, fetched $4.15 million, down slightly from the $4.45 million that it was listed for in September.

The house, located in the Pacific Heights area of San Francisco, features original woodwork in the living and dining rooms, and was previously owned by Douglas Ousterhout, a specialist in facial feminization surgery for transgender patients. He bought the home for just under $1.4 million in 1997.

The elegant four-bedroom home was built in 1893 by local architect Joachim B. Mathison, who also designed the Burlingame Railroad Depot.

Details regarding the new owners were not available.

“Mrs. Doubtfire” starred Williams as a recently divorced father who masquerades as a female housekeeper in order to maintain contact with his children.

Since Williams’ death in 2014, the house has become something of a shrine, with fans leaving flowers and other objects of remembrance on the sidewalk.