TRUCKEE — A lakefront mansion built by a family that played a key role in the history of boating at Lake Tahoe before World War II has sold for $10 million.
The Sierra Sun reported Wednesday the 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath home on Lake Tahoe’s west shore sits on 1.7 acres (0.7 hectares) of landscaped grounds with 160 feet (48 meters) of lake frontage, two double-boathouses, a pier and private harbor.
The name of the purchaser wasn’t disclosed.
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Built southwest of Tahoe City, California in 1936, it originally was owned by the family of Bert C. Scott, who co-founded the Hall-Scott Engine Co. in Berkeley, California in 1910.
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The company was a leading manufacturer of water-cooled aircraft engines before World War I and produced axles for Ford’s Model T through the mid-1920s. It also built industrial engines for fire engines, tractors and boats.
Source: FS – All – Real Estate News 1
Historic Lake Tahoe boating mansion sells for million