Tuesday, August 9, 2011

A beautiful Caesarea home

The Israeli town of Caesarea is one of my favorite places in Israel. Not only does it have a lot of very interesting, ancient ruins, but the modern part is also very pretty and calm, and Caesarea is also located right  by the sea and has an amazing beach.

Most of the Caesarea residents are well-to-do and that shows in their houses as well. There truly are some amazing houses here (but also some quite affordable apartments).

This is just one of the houses out for sale there right now that I liked.

The white walls, the brown furniture as well as the brown door to the patio are all typically Israeli, so it's interesting to see how even the well-to-do residents of Caesarea actually decorate just in the same way as the rest of the Israelis.

(the pics are from Yad2)

Monday, August 8, 2011

Very nice balcony in Tel Aviv

I love nice balconies and big windows. My dream would actually be to have a whole wall filled with windows that can let sunlight in all day. That's why I am very jealous of whoever owns this apartment in Tel Aviv:
(click on the picture to enlarge it)

Tons of sunlight all day, how gorgeous!

(pic from The Maki Group, who is actually selling this apartment right now!)

Thursday, August 4, 2011

My current dream home

Ok, so I have to be honest and say that my ultimate dream home changes all the time. But for a while now, my ultimate dream has been the same. The place? The Andromeda Hill project, in Jaffa.

I've been here a few times now, and not only is it right by the beach, in the loveliest parts of this charming old city, the whole project is also simply gorgeous!

The complex also has all facilities you could possibly need, such as a swimming pool, a gym, a spa, a chess board outside and much more, so living here would be a really relaxing (especially due to all the sea air!) as well.

There are several different kinds of apartments in the project, but they are all a bit too expensive for me and my husband at the moment. So if we want to live here, we have to save a bit more first. But a girl can always dream, no?

(the first pics are from Andromeda's own website, and the last two from Yad2.co.il)