He named it Brushwood Estate after Rudyard Kipling's "The Brushwood Boy" because he felt the book about a daydreaming boy who grew to lead a life of adventure reflected the romantic nature of the property.San Francisco socialites Richard and Ruth Shainwald purchased the property in 1927 and built an elegantly rustic home with large stone fireplaces, picture windows and high-beamed ceilings paneled in warm pine and fir woods.Public records indicate the owner is San Francisco philanthropist Tamara Fritz, who has owned the home since 1996 and is know for the many Oscar de la Renta fashion shows she hosted on the property.Dietz says the owner is looking to sell as her children are now grown and dispersed around the world and it's more difficult for the family to gather in Tahoe."This is a style of house that stays in a family for generations," he says.
"It's a classic old Tahoe house, warm and inviting, a perfect setting for the mountain environment," says listing agent Bill Dietz of Tahoe Luxury Real Estate.
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"It's not a fancy and pretentious house, but beautifully crafted and understated yet still very comfortable and contemporary." In the main home, six bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths are spread across 5,322 square feet.