A luxury home in Jerusalem for sale with marble flooring is up for sale for the first time in over a decade, a source close to the sale told The Jerusalem Mail.
The home, a 10,000-square-foot house in the affluent Gush Etzion neighborhood, was built in 2009 and sits on land belonging to a local government, the source said.
The source added that the home’s owners, the Gush Eretz family, purchased it from the local municipality.
The Gush etzion is home to a number of Jewish communities, including a synagogue and a mosque.
A spokesperson for the municipality confirmed the home is for sale, but declined to elaborate.
The source said the Gasht Etzions family plans to renovate the house in accordance with plans.
This is the first sale of a property owned by the Gish Etzons in Jerusalem in nearly 10 years.
The sale is being done through an intermediary in the form of the city of Jerusalem.
The sale is scheduled to take place on November 25.
According to the seller, the home has been renovated in accordance to the plans of the Gisha Etztions, a family who owns the building.
In 2017, the house was sold to the Grits Etztons for $1.1 million.
The Jerusalem Post reported in 2017 that the Gusez family had purchased the home in order to build a new home.
The city of Gush Tzahal, which is about 20 kilometers (12 miles) northwest of Jerusalem, has long been known for its wealthy residents, who often enjoy the privilege of living in a large apartment complex that includes many restaurants and shops.
It is not clear what the G-Tz’s plans for the new home are, but the Gasha’s family has been known to live in expensive apartments.