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Abramovich Bought the Most Expensive Villa in Israel
2.06.2020 14:22
Abramovich Bought the Most Expensive Villa in Israel

Russian businessman Roman Abramovich bought the most expensive villa in Israel in the elite village of Herzliya Pituach (a suburb of Tel Aviv) for 226 million shekels (about $ 64.7 million), the Israeli newspaper Globes reports citing a source. According to the publication, the deal took place in January 2020. The area of ​​the estate is about 9.5 thousand square meters.

      According to Globes, the previous owner bought this villa for $ 9 million, but invested a lot in its improvement, and also expanded the area of ​​the plot from 6.5 thousand square meters. There are two buildings on the site, which were designed by architect Orly Shrem, a tennis court, and a pool.

      Roman Abramovich received Israeli citizenship in May 2018. He owns other real estate in this country, Globes notes. In 2015, Abramovich bought the Varsano Boutique Hotel and its adjacent plot in the southern part of Tel Aviv for $ 25 million.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Roman Abramovich Russian oligarchs    

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