Sotheby’s slaps $258 million price tag on Caesarea mansion

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Dec 08, 2020 | News | Real Estate | National
Sotheby’s slaps $258 million price tag on Caesarea mansion

Israel Hayom via JNS
By Hili Yacobi-Handelsman

The property on sale is reportedly owned by Russian-Israeli billionaire Valery Kogan.

The Sotheby’s international realty website recently listed a property in Caesarea for for the staggering price of $258 million.

The “royal-style mansion” includes four bedrooms and five bathrooms and sits on a 3-acre lot. It has 69,000 square feet of interiors, the auction house said.

The property is designed in the styles of Baroque and Rococo architecture and includes “a private spa, indoor pool and interior design featuring natural marble and onyx mosaics, 14k gold moldings, unique parquets, silk carpets and custom-made furnishings.”

The identity of the seller was not noted by Sotheby’s, but Israel’s financial daily Globes had previously reported that the property was likely owned by Russian-Israeli billionaire Valery Kogan.

This article first appeared in Israel Hayom.

Caption: The property in Caesarea, designed in the styles of Baroque and Rococo architecture, which Sotheby's has listed at the sale price of $258 million.
Credit: Sotheby's International.



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