'Mrs. Doubtfire' House up for Sale for $4.45 Million

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The San Francisco home where the film was shot has sometimes been used as a memorial to honor Robin Williams.

Robin Williams' Mrs. Doubtfire character made a home in a San Francisco house that has now been put up for sale.

The asking price for the house is $4.45 million dollars. The 3,300-square-foot house in the Pacific Heights neighborhood has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

In the 1993 film, Williams' character is a father who has been through a bitter divorce. He disguises himself as a Scottish housekeeper to get closer to his children. Williams won a Golden Globe for best actor for his performance, and the film won a Globe for best motion picture musical or comedy. 

Since Williams' death, fans have often left candles, photos, flowers and messages on the steps of the house as a makeshift memorial to the late actor.

The current owner of the house is a doctor in facial feminization surgery for transgender patients. He bought the house for $1.395 million in 1997 and is selling it to retire in wine country, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.