TRUCKEE, Calif. — A lakefront mansion constructed by a household who performed a key position within the historical past of sailing at Lake Tahoe earlier than World Warfare II has offered for $10 million.
The Sierra Solar reported Wednesday the 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath dwelling on Lake Tahoe’s west shore sits on 1.7 acres (0.7 hectares) of landscaped grounds with 160 ft (48 meters) of lake frontage, two double-boathouses, a pier and personal harbor.
The title of the purchaser wasn’t disclosed.
Constructed southwest of Tahoe Metropolis, California, in 1936, it initially was owned by the household of Bert C. Scott, who co-founded the Corridor-Scott Engine Co. in Berkeley, California, in 1910.
The corporate was a number one producer of water-cooled plane engines earlier than World Warfare I and produced axles for Ford’s Mannequin T by way of the mid-1920s. It additionally constructed industrial engines for fireplace engines, tractors and boats.