Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Tahoe estate listed for $41M

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LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KRON) — A prime piece of real estate on Lake Tahoe is up for sale for anyone with very deep pockets and the desire to displace a revered United States senator.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and her investor husband, Richard C. Blum, just listed their Tahoe estate for $41 million, according to Realtor.com.

The waterfront property was initially listed in October 2020 for $46 million. Lake Tahoe straddles the California-Nevada border, and this home sits on the West Shore, part of the senior senator’s home state.

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The estate includes the main house, a pavilion and a carriage house. It’s unlikely any party guests will be left without a place to sleep since there are seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms on the compound.

The estate features a 172-foot pier jutting out from a 278-foot white sand beach in the backyard.

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The home is being offered “mostly furnished,” but it’s unclear what specific furniture pieces are included. 

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The interior features high ceilings and heavy use of natural materials.

The 4.75-acre estate is owned by an LLC tied to Blum’s investment management firm, Blum Capital.

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The listing agent is Trinkie Watson with Chase International-Tahoe City.

Feinstein and Blum have long held their primary residence in San Francisco, where Blum founded his investment management firm and Feinstein served as mayor from 1978 to 1988.

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