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88-year-old Dianne Feinstein has done very well being a so-called ‘public servant.’
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) listed her Lake Tahoe, California estate for $41 million.
The compound has three separate properties: one main house and two guest houses with a total of 11 bedrooms and nine bathrooms on 5 acres.
The New York Post reported:
The property is listed under the LLC, Lucky Bluff, which is tied to Blum’s investment management firm, Blum Capital, according to Realtor.
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.
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.”
How does a senator making $160,000 a year afford a $41 million vacation home?
Dianne Feinstein and her 3rd husband Richard Blum whom she married in 1980 made MILLIONS off of their financial interests in China.
Richard Blum’s investments in China ballooned after his wife Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat, was elected to the Senate in 1992.
Feinstein hired a Chinese spy in 1993 only to see her husband’s businesses flourish.
It leaves very little doubt Dianne Feinstein accidentally hired a Chinese spy as one of her office managers then quietly retired him after
others she found out.