The ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ star lived in this waterfront house until his death in 2014.
Now that’s a wedding present.
The $48 million property features a starchitect-designed main house and a complete Wild West movie town.
And he’s looking to score big. The British actor bought the house in 2009 for $10.6 million.
The private oasis feels more Tuscan villa than California mega-mansion.
That’s the most ever paid for a Wright-designed home.
Sadly the restaurant owner’s spectacular art collection doesn’t come with the home.
The home’s incredible subterranean garage appeared in the “Iron Man” movie.
The star’s six-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot triplex boasts some of the best views in Manhattan.