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  • Robin Williams had put his Napa Valley <a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/robin-williams-relists-napa-estate-150293/" target="external">home</a>, called &quot;Villa of Smiles&quot; up for sale in April 2014 for $29.9 million, prior to his death. His real estate agent tells ABC News that the property is still for sale. He first listed the property in 2012, then he took it off the market when it failed to sell.
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  • The home sits on a 640 acre working farm that has a horse barn, a fishing pond, and 18 acres of vineyards.
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  • The property has a 65-foot pool
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  • The living room
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  • A dining room is shown in the 20,000-sq. ft. home.
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  • The kitchen in the deluxe home.
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  • The house features a home theater
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  • The house has a climate controlled storage area for art and wine.
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  • The house is built of Portuguese limestone and is a working Napa valley farm, with 18 acres of olives and grapes.
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