Israel’s priciest homes: NIS 120 million for a shore thing
The 10 most expensive home purchases of the past year were tilted toward Mediterranean views, a survey by TheMarker found.
Of course, if you want to see the Mediterranean Sea and even take a dip, access to Tel Aviv’s beaches is free. But if you want to see it from 100 meters or more above, it could cost you as much as 133,000 shekels ($38,800) a square meter.
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