Dianne Feinstein lists $41M Lake Tahoe estate

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The housing market is hot and it’s looking like Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her banker husband, Richard Blum, are taking advantage of it — listing their Lake Tahoe, California, estate for a whopping $41 million.

In October 2020, the waterfront compound briefly graced the market with a $46 million asking price.

The property is listed under the LLC, Lucky Bluff, which is tied to Blum’s investment management firm, Blum Capital, according to Realtor.

Comprising three separate properties —  the main house and two guest houses – the compound spans nearly 5 acres. 

Dianne Feinstein's $41 million Lake Tahoe estate up for sale.Dianne Feinstein’s $41 million Lake Tahoe estate up for sale.Realtor.com; AP

The three properties contain 11 bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

The compound sits on nearly five acres of land.The compound sits on nearly 5 acres. Realtor.comThe 172-foot pier extending into the water.The 172-foot pierRealtor.comThe compound is made up of three different properties. The compound is made up of three different properties. Realtor.comA large patio overlooking the beach.A large patio overlooking the beach. Realtor.comThe expansive great room in the main property.The expansive great room in the main property. Realtor.comThe main kitchen.The main kitchen Realtor.comThe master bedroom.The master bedroom Realtor.com

The main house is cabin-style inspired and was built in 1997. It holds six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, offering an open living/dining/kitchen and family room. Outdoor features include an expansive deck, hot tub and stairs down to the pier and beach.

It boasts 278 feet of beach views, along with a 172-foot pier with a boat lift and two buoys.

Other features include a two-car garage and Tesla charger.

A wide shot of the compound.A wide shot of the compound Realtor.comThe expansive lawn.The expansive lawn Realtor.comAn expansive terrace.An expansive terrace Realtor.comThe foyer.The foyer Realtor.comA living area.A living area Realtor.comAnother bedroom.Another bedroom Realtor.com

The second property, known as the Rubicon Pavilion, was created in 2015 for entertaining and includes a small kitchen and outside BBQ for al fresco dining. Pegged as a 5-star suite, the listing states this structure was designed for “special guests” and influenced by a Buddhist stupa. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows showcase the lake beyond the large stone patio with a fire pit. 

The last property, the Carriage House, comes with a tandem four-car garage, EV charger, an upper two-bedroom, two-bath suite apartment and a lower two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment off the patio, which the listing highlights as “perfect for an onsite caretaker.”

The entire property is being offered “mostly furnished.” 

Views of the clear blue water from the pier.Views of the clear blue water from the pier Realtor.comThe carriage house.The carriage house Realtor.comThe living area in the guest house.The living area in the guest house Realtor.comThe kitchen in one of the guesthouses.The kitchen in one of the guesthousesRealtor.comA bedroom which boasts beach views.A bedroom which boasts beach views Realtor.comThe home boasts an open floor plan.The home boasts an open floor plan Realtor.com

Feinstein, a Democrat, is the nation’s oldest senator, having celebrated her 88th birthday Tuesday. Elected in 1992, she was the first female senator from California.

Following the assassination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and fellow supervisor Harvey Milk in 1978, she stepped in as acting mayor while president of the Board of Supervisors. This made her the first female mayor of San Francisco as well, which is a role she would hold until 1988.

Feinstein made headlines in March when she was contacted by the FBI about questionable stock sales her husband made early in the coronavirus pandemic.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein walks through the Senate Subway during a vote on June 22, 2021 in Washington, DC.Sen. Dianne Feinstein walks through the Senate Subway during a vote in Washington, DC.Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images

She also maintains a residence in the upscale San Francisco neighborhood Pacific Heights, not too far from her colleague, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. 

Feinstein and Blum, 85, married in 1980.