Built in 1935 under the French mandate, this villa was built by a Russian architect for two brothers and their families.
The use of clean, geometric lines suggests a Bauhaus influence. The colonial-style white façade contrasts beautifully with the outdoor foliage. The white pillars give way to a dramatic staircase entrance, overlooking lush gardens that are home to hundred-year-old trees and wooden swings that still carry the laughter of the people who swayed them.
The timeless and elegant architecture of the house, and its joyous spirit, represent a glory that never fades; a beauty that remains forever.
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