The Godfather Part II, Fleur du Lac Estate at Lake Tahoe Goes Up For Sale

Immaculately restored to its authentic grandeur, the gated 15-acre lakefront enclave of Lake Tahoe is exclusively home to 22 luxurious residences, each with its own distinct characteristics and access to communal tennis courts, exercise facilities, locker rooms, steam showers, private beaches, heated pools and jacuzzis, plus the Boathouse and Yacht Club, Kairser Suite guest apartment, outdoor terrace, bocce court, private marina, personal boat slips and vehicles with chauffeurs.

With a Hollywood feature in the second installment of the Godfather, the Fleur du Lac Estate which was originally constructed for personal use by one of America’s most revered industrialists, Henry Kaiser, measures 4,200 square-feet with five separate ensuite bedrooms located on the second floor. Complete with an individual master suite fireplace, the estate is strategically positioned to showcase picturesque views of the area’s dramatic water and mountain vistas.

Fully furnished for immediate use, the house boasts remarkable craftsmanship and attention to detail, topped with wood beam ceilings, the main living area is organized around a massive stone hearth with floor to ceiling windows providing a scenic backdrop of its luscious surroundings. Showcasing polished granite counters in the galley and a breakfast nook overlooking the beach, the laundry area also lies conveniently in-between the estate’s kitchen and attached garage.

Located at exactly 4000 W LAKE BLVD. RESIDENCE 20, HOMEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – the Fleur du Lac Estate is currently up for sale through Sotheby’s International Realty for an estimated $5,500,000, inclusive of all furniture and décor.