Nestled in the Mayacama foothills between Sonoma and Napa, the 640-acre ranch offers more than just five bedrooms and 6½ baths for a cool $25.9 million. A 3,200-square-foot guest house accompanies the main home, one outfitted with an infinity pool, a private tower, a small bass pond, a horse barn, and a bounty of other luxurious amenities that only complement the tennis courts and the nearby vineyard grown to produce cabernet sauvignon and merlot wines. The house itself is built of Portuguese limestone, and if that weren’t enough, it offers a climate-controlled wine cellar and oak-paneled library, in addition to a dedicated home-theater setup. Although the estate was originally put on the market for $35 million in 2012, it was recently relisted at the discounted price just prior to his death due to lack of interest.
“There are bills to pay,” said Williams in a brief interview with Parade magazine. “My life has downsized — in a good way. I’m selling the ranch up in Napa. I just can’t afford it anymore.” Williams’ death was ruled a suicide. He is survived by his wife Susan Schneider as well as three adult children from two previous marriages.
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