Dianne Feinstein’s Stinson Beach home sells for $9.1M

Katherine Feinstein, Dianne's daughter, seeks to dismiss lawsuit over 3,500 sf home

Dianne Feinstein’s Home May List for $8.5M — or May Not
Senator Diane Feinstein; 325 Seadrift Road (Getty, Google Maps)

At least one legal battle over the estate of the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein appears to be over.

Katherine Feinstein, Dianne’s daughter, is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit surrounding her mother’s Stinson Beach home after it sold for $9.1 million on Nov. 21, the San Francisco Chronicle reported

The 3,565-square foot home at 325 Seadrift Road was initially listed for just under $8.5 million.

The property, owned by Dianne Feinstein and her late husband Richard Blum in a joint property trust, became the subject of a legal battle over the summer. 

Following Blum’s death in February 2022, his share in the trust transferred to Michael Klein, a longstanding business associate. Katherine Feinstein, who held power of attorney for her mother, sought to sell the house amid Dianne Feinstein’s rising medical expenses. 

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Katherine Feinstein claimed over the summer that holding on to the home is “unproductive and cannot be made productive without significant expenditure,” and that the best thing to do is to sell the property.

However, legal disputes emerged, with Klein’s lawyers accusing Katherine of hastening the sale for personal gain. 

The legal battle persisted after Dianne Feinstein’s death in late September, leading to a San Francisco Superior Court judge initiating mediation in November instead of an immediate sale order. 

Katherine Feinstein’s request to dismiss the lawsuit was filed on Dec. 4, less than two weeks after the property sale. 

The home, described as one of Marin County’s most exclusive, features floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Bolinas Lagoon. 

The Sherfey Group represented the seller, while Compass represented the buyer.

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