Real Estrange: Rich and famous history

For $3.75 million, own a piece of the Lake Tahoe estate where Michael Corleone’s brother Fredo took his last breath in “The Godfather Part II.” Originally known as Fleur De Lac, the 15-acre estate was built by businessman Henry Kaiser in 1938 and served as a West Coast hideaway for business tycoons until the 1960s. The estate is now divided into 22 individual homes. On the market is Residence Thirteen, a 3,754-square-foot home with views that showcase Lake Tahoe, along with access to a yacht club, tennis courts, and a marina and boathouse.