Late Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Rare Marin County Home Sells for $9.1M

A buyer recently scooped up the Stinson Beach, CA, house that belonged to the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein. She served in the Senate for more than three decades until her death earlier this year. 

A $9.1 million deal for the four-bedroom residence closed on Nov. 21. As reported by SFGate, a listing for the pricey, beachside property was at the center of a Feinstein family feud this past summer. 

It’s no wonder it sold so quickly, though—it’s one of just 19 properties built along the Bolinas Lagoon in the area’s highly sought-after Seadrift community. In fact, only three of these properties have changed hands in the last decade, so this home is undeniably exclusive. - Dianne Feinstein 1
Standout details include a pine facade and tall windows.

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Waterfront views

This 3,565-square-foot waterfront house is a rare gem brimming with high-end details and artful accents. 

For starters, it boasts a stylish post-and-beam construction with a pretty pine facade. Inside, there’s an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows featuring incredible coastal views.  

The house’s focal point is a perfectly designed main room with a 20-foot ceiling and a wall of glass doors that access a 70-foot deck. It also features a painted fireplace, pitched ceiling, and magnificent wood floors. - Dianne Feinstein 5
Floor-to-ceiling windows and a vaulted ceiling set the tone in the main room.

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In the chef’s kitchen, there’s a carved-wood center island with seating. Meals can be enjoyed in the dining nook or adjacent dining room, which is big enough to accommodate a large table. - Dianne Feinstein 3
Step into the gourmet kitchen, where you’ll find a gorgeous, tiled backsplash; bar seating; and a double oven.

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The layout includes a dining nook and a dining room.

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Year-round vacation

Meanwhile, the bedrooms are particularly dreamy.

One has a fireplace and access to outdoor spaces, while another comes with beautiful garden views. The bathroom are also thoughtfully designed—one features calming blue tile and a double vanity.

And a home office and a sunroom offer extra space for work and leisure.  

Outside are multiple lounge areas, a whirlpool, and three parking spaces. An annual $3,475 HOA fee affords access to the community’s amenities, including tennis and pickleball courts. - Dianne Feinstein 7
Each bedroom is bright and spacious.

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The four-bedroom layout provides ample space for family and guests.

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One of the bathrooms has gorgeous blue tile and a double vanity.

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Chic sunroom

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Each room seamlessly blends into the next in this open layout.

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This property has multiple decks and patio areas.

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Feinstein, who died in September at the age of 90, had been a California senator since 1992. She also was the mayor of San Francisco from 1978 to 1988. 

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