The house in Zichron Yaakov – Sternberg Home

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The house in Zichron Yaakov – Sternberg Home

This unique stone house was built in 1927 by the Sternberg family. The house underwent a complex preservation process, and was enlarged and renovated with strict preservation of its external appearance. The house is designed to accommodate a couple with great comfort, with all the possible luxuries, and their guests to accommodate in the separate suites units. 230 square meters on one level, in addition to two independent accommodation units – one of about 30 square meters and the other of 55 square meters in the garden. In contrast to the ancient exterior of the house, the interior of the house is completely modern. Clean lines, meticulous minimalist appearance, smart electricity, underfloor heating, a split central cooling system, a huge “Bulthaup” kitchen, sophisticated intercom and alarm systems, lighting fixtures and excellent audio systems.

The interior of the house was designed by an architect and includes bathrooms in ancient look and a modern combination of fitures of the designer Philippe Starck, with pebble wall coverings. The living room at a height of 6.5 meters is spectacular. From the house you can see the sea.

A unique historic house in the best location in Zichron Yaacov.

Price:10,000,000.00 ILS / 2,849,246.37 USD / 2,447,502.64 EUR / 2,142,633.27 GBP

Details

  • 700 Square meters plot
  • 230 Square meters Beautiful built home
  • Huge suite + Large spectacular bathroom
  • Large Bulthaup kitchen
  • Huge living room
  • 30 Square meter Master Hosting unit
  • 55 Square meters Master Hosting unit
  • 100 Square meters private garden
  • An exit from the master bedroom to the garden
  • Central Air direction
  • Underfloor heating
  • Surround audio system
  • 2 parking place
  • Super Hi level specification




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