Media: Abramovich bought in Israel the most expensive Villa

Businessman Roman Abramovich bought the most expensive Villa in Israel in the exclusive village Herzliya Pituach - a Northern suburb of tel Aviv, where the Ambassador's residence, paying property record for Israel, $ 65 million, according to the publication "Globes" referring to a source close to the deal.

According to journalists, the area adjacent to the Villa area is about 9.5 thousand square meters. The main part of the property - the house, owned since 2006, was a British Manager of a hedge Fund, Alan Howard, cofounder of Brevan Howard Asset Management.

As writes the edition, the previous owner bought the Villa for $ 9 million and "spent huge funds for the improvement of real estate by extending the land with 6500 square feet to 9500 square meters and built two impressive buildings, designed by architect Orly Shrem".

The property also has a tennis court and a swimming pool on a hydraulic platform, which can be converted in a guest area for events.

Abramovich received Israeli citizenship in 2018.