This modern and luxurious villa was commissioned as a family home for the designers, Alice and Brian Bergner, by V-Studio Architects, one of Israel's foremost architectural firms.
Villa Alice is available as a short-term rental and is considered by all to be Caesarea's number rental property.
Whilst cutting edge and minimalistic in design, the villa, even with its geometric corners, high ceilings, broad windows and bright pastels, by virtue of its unique architecture built upon varying interconnected spaces and limestone floors, offers a warm and even surprisingly intimate atmosphere to its occupants. The 650 square meters of total living space have been split into a larger and smaller unit, the larger unit including two very substantial master bedroom suites - one on each floor, two additional bedroom suites, (a total of four bedrooms) and a state of the art kitchen. The smaller unit which also runs on each of the three floors is a charming, completely autonomous, private, and semi-detached creation which includes an open space living area leading to its own garden, an additional master bedroom suite and two additional bedrooms and bathroom. In total the villa has seven very spacious bedrooms.
Much of the home's interior was designed especially for the villa and includes natural stone slab floors, a "floating" kitchen, CORIAN topped bathroom cabinets from Cosmic, and lighting from internationally renowned designers such as Artemide and Mobiluce. Many unique one-of-a-kind lighting designs and photographs created by the owners are also showcased. Most of the major items of furniture were commissioned especially for the project by some of Israel's leading furniture designers, and include an amazing centerpiece, a huge French oak dining table that seats four as comfortably as it does twenty. All of the furniture is available for sale.
Throughout the villa are interspersed original works of art, which contribute greatly to the atmosphere and which will provide substantial added value should you choose to purchase them with the Villa.
Although basically designed as a single home, the property’s aspect as a corner location facilitated the inclusion, early in the planning stage, of an optional and smaller sub-unit which has been very cleverly designed to include its own private entrance and garden, and offers complete privacy from the main living area.
The villa is very well located, less than a five minute walk to the synagogue and tennis courts, and a five minute drive to the township center.