Mrs. Doubtfire, Matthew Lawrence, Robin Williams

20th Century Fox

First, it was the iconic Full House home, then it was 4 Privet Drive and Hermione's abode, and now, Mrs. Doubtfire's house is up for grabs. If there's anything we've learned, fans sure love their real estate nostalgia. According to the listing, featured (with epic pictures) on Stevegothelf.com, the gorgeous San Francisco house sits on 2640 Steiner Street, and of course, was used in 1993 to film the Robin Williams movie we all know and love. The Victorian home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, an office/family room, foyer, plantation shutters and like, so much more we can't even list. If your dream is to live overlooking the San Francisco Bay, cuddled up next to your marble, wood-burning fireplace, you're in luck. You're also going to have to be really, really rich. The place is selling for $4,450,000, but hey, there's a Mrs. Doubtfire fan out there who's okay with that.

Mrs. Doubtfire, House

20th Century Fox

Fan or not, the house is ultra-glam; and includes a dining room, some chandelier action, carpeting and hardwood floors, and literally anything else you could ever want in a home. Did we mention the kitchen has been remodeled since its Doubtfire days? There's even a "garden/patio for al fresco enjoyment." For real, that's what the listing says, and we're very into it. Also, raise all of your hands if you've ever wanted a marble bath tub and two-person shower? Like, what? 

Did we mention the house comes with speakers in certain rooms, space for a personal gym and a multi-car garage? Like, a piece of the garage actually lifts your car up INTO THE AIR so you can park a second one under it. Unlike most of us regulars living the apartment life, it has it's own washer and dryer. It's the little things, you know? Gone are the dark interior, outdated furniture and old-fashioned drapes. It's equally as cool as it is bittersweet to see all the wonderful changes this house has undergone since Williams touched our hearts as Mrs. D. The buyer is going to be one lucky human! 

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