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Unique Contemporary Villa by Nestor Sandbank

By Magaly Grosso


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Designed by Nestor Sandbank, this unique contemporary villa is located in Ramot Hashavim, Israel.

It has an extensive landscaping program, with a perfectly manicured lawn and contemporary sculptures strewn throughout the expanse.

It is currently for sale for $9 million.

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Unique Contemporary Villa:

“The Villa is located in a quiet suburb called Ramot Hashavim which is near Raanana and Ramat Ha Sharon. This area is full of history and was in fact the first agricultural community to be founded in Israel by German immigrants in 1933 who set up a moshav of small farms close to the city.

It is now one of the trendiest areas to invest and has become a sought after location for spectacular private and discrete homes.

The Villa was designed by leading Argentinian architect Nesto to create a unique solution to build a stylish family house that offers privacy for the children of the family who each have their own ‘pods’ within the house, and intemacy for the parents who enjoy their master bedroom overlooking the pool and grounds. There are 4 bedrooms each with private bathrooms and living areas, plus the master suite with dressing room and his and hers bathroom. There is also a maids room plus utility area for the services. The villa also boasts a private cinema, a games room with snooker and table tennis, Italian designed kitchen by Armani Casa and is a fully ‘smart’ home.

The tranquil setting of the three dunams of land offers peace and quiet from the hustek and bustle of TLV and has various fruit trees including orange, grapefruit, avocado and lemon growing organically.

This property is a one off and makes a superb family home in Israel.”

Photos by: Itay Sikolski

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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