Historic ‘House on Turtle Mountain’ in Japan Just Reduced

Embodying ultimate serenity and impeccable design, this historic home in Kita Kamakura, Kanagawa was just reduced by 200 million Yen! Nestled atop a large rock that resembles a turtle and symbolizes good fortune, this residence has earned the famous name “The House on Turtle Mountain.” The home’s real fame hails, however, from the three of the rooms that were dismantled from the original “Tsukiji Rantei House,” a renowned restaurant in Tokyo.

With private surroundings of soothing, brooks, ponds, waterfalls, bamboo forests and rock gardens, “The House on Turtle Mountain” is a place of pure tranquility. The perfect balance between Japanese architecture and modern luxury, the home has 6 rooms divided by traditional fusuma, shoji and tatami partitions. The rest of the home including the guest room, bathroom, living room and kitchen offer a stunning minimalist aesthetic that achieves the highest possible comfort. The property is boasted to have a prime piece of land with good energy. Read more about the history of this home by visiting the Hurwitz James Company Flyer.

 

Interested buyers should contact Bob Hurwitz at 310-477-8865 to schedule an appointment.

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