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Contemporary Design for Villa in Israel

Contemporary Design for Villa in Israel

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How about a home in Israel or to be more specific, how about a villa in Israel? While searching for dream homes, we came across this unique contemporary villa in Israel.The amazing house comes with an extensive landscaping program with a perfect lawn and contemporary sculptures throughout the expanse. This contemporary villa is simply breathtaking.

This unique contemporary villa, designed by leading Argentinian architect Nestor Sandbank, is located in Ramot Hashavim, Israel. To be more specific, the contemporary villa is located in a quiet suburb, in a historical area which in the past was the first agricultural community founded in Israel by German immigrants in 1933. Nowadays the area is one of the trendiest areas to invest, being a sought after location for both discrete homes and intimate villas.

contemporary-villa

Contemporary-villa

contemporary-villa

The contemporary villa is just perfect as a family house, offering enough space and playground for the children of the family, while in the same time offering the perfect intimacy for the master bedroom belonging to the parents. What is more, the master bedroom is overlooking towards the pool. The contemporary villa also features four other bedrooms each of them equipped with private bathrooms and living areas. The master suite features two separate bathrooms one for him and one for her.

contemporary-villa

contemporary-villa

contemporary-villa

As a bonus, if you wish, the contemporary villa also comes with a maid’s room plus utility area for services. What we truly love about it is its private cinema, and also the games room with snooker and table tennis. We could call this amazing contemporary villa a truly smart home. The villa was recently evaluated and its market prize would be $9 million.

contemporary-villa

contemporary-villa

What do you think dear readers? Isn’t this the perfect dream home for you and your family?

Source and photos: Nestor Sandbank on Facebook and Nestor Sandbank on Archilovers.

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