Economy Minister Naftali Bennett has put his 385-square-meter Ra’anana house up
for sale, people familiar with the matter told Globes. He built the house, which
is on an 820-sq.-m. lot, after selling his company Cyota for $145 million. The
house on Tsifman Street has easy access to the Ra’anana- Kfar Saba Junction,
which is in the heart of the city’s national religious neighborhood and includes
public religious institutions.
According to the Israel Tax Authority,
Bennett bought the property for NIS 8,275,000 in 2007. Real-estate sources
estimate the house’s value at NIS 10m. to NIS 12m.
confirmed that he has put the house up for sale but declined to say where he
intends to move.