Price Upon Request | 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. While no current asking price has been revealed, it was previously available for $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. The property is on the market with Shelly Belzer Shmelzer of Sotheby’s International Realty.