After the home where the notorious horse head scene from The Godfather was shot went back on the market, the Fleur du Lac Estate goes up for sale. The Lake Tahoe dwelling was featured in the film's sequel as the location of Michael Corleone's son's First Communion party. Originally built in 1938 by industrialist Henry Kaiser, its 4,200-square-foot interior offers four bedrooms and five baths. The main living area is organized around a massive stone hearth and topped with wood beam ceilings while sweeping views of the lake and mountains fill the background. On the same floor is a kitchen with polished granite counters and a breakfast nook overlooking the beach. Its five ensuite bedrooms are situated above including a master suite with its own fireplace and elevated views of the landscape. The property is available fully furnished for immediate enjoyment, and as part of the community, includes access to tennis courts, exercise facility, private beach, heated pool, and the Boathouse and Yacht Club.
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