A Lake Tahoe property that has connections with Senator Dianne Feinstein and her husband Richard Blum had been listed with an asking price of above $40 million. The property is owned by an LLC — Lucky Bluff, which is linked to Blum Capital, the investment firm run by Richard Blum. According to the Realtor website the property was originally listed for $46 million but is now listed at a lower price of $41 million.
The huge lakeside property is almost 5 acres in size. It has three separate built properties — 10,343 square feet in the compound. There is a main house and two guest houses. The combined properties consist of 11 bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It is offered with furnishings.
The Main House
It was built in 1997 — cabin style. It consists of six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. It has an open style living, dining, kitchen and family room. It also has a huge deck, an outdoor hot tub and outdoor stairs leading to the pier and the beach.
A large patio offers a stunning beach view. There is a wide terrace and a huge lawn. There is a two -car garage and a Tesla charger. There is also a 172-foot pier that has a boat lift and two buoys.
Guest House 1 — Rubicon Pavilion
It was recently built in 2015. It was made for guests and has a small kitchen and an outdoor barbecue. The listing calls it a five-star suite and says that its designed has influences of a Buddhist stupa. There are breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe from its floor to ceiling glass windows. There is also a large stone patio with a fire pit.
Guest House 2 — The Carriage House
It has a two bedrooms two bath suite apartment on the upper floor and a two-bedroom one bathroom apartment off the patio. The listing calls it perfect for an onsite caretaker.
Dianne Feinstein is the oldest senator and is a Democrat. She recently celebrated her 88th birthday on Tuesday. She became the first female mayor of San Francisco in 1978 when she became the acting mayor and continued in the post till 1988.