$250,183,455 | 69,000 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 7 Baths | 2.71 Acres
A striking private residence suited for royalty and inspired by Baroque and Rococo architecture has hit the market in Caesarea, Israel for approximately $250 million. Set on 2.71 acres overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this one-of-a-kind property includes a number of luxurious amenities including a private spa with fitness room, saunas, a spectacular indoor pool and rest area, landscape gardens, two fountains with Roman sculptures, monumental columns and an expansive outdoor pool with built-in audio system and outdoor television. The interior design features natural marble and onyx mosaics, 14k gold mouldings, unique parquets, silk carpets and carefully selected custom-made furnishings. When you enter this enormous palace, you’re welcomed into a tremendous 2,475 square foot grand hall crowned with crystal chandeliers and marble columns, setting the tone for the rest of the mansion.
Ground floor amenities include a 2,152 square foot living room, a bar desk, a formal dining room, a separate breakfast room, a fully equipped chef’s kitchen and a library that grant you and your guests the most remarkable experience. A majestic staircase leads you to the upper level, where you can find three ensuite bedrooms, a study and a vast master suite with two bathrooms, two walk-in closets and two dressing areas. This majestic palace, which offers over 63,130 square feet of a living space, is a true embodiment of Baroque and Rococo architecture and European royal style design that invisibly incorporates state-of-the-art high-tech controls. Additional amenities include a wine room, billiard hall, 4K cinema and eco-friendly energy saving systems. It’s on the market for approximately $250 million (₪ 845,244,804 ILS) with Shelly Belzer Shmelzer of Sotheby’s International Realty.