The Jewish Holocaust survivors’ Hollywood home, which was purchased by the Jewish group Wayfair for $5.2 million in January, was used furniture that featured items from the Holocaust in its home.
The home’s kitchen had a Holocaust survivor’s table, a refrigerator and a large dining room table, as well as a large table with a Holocaust-themed rug.
A large dining table and chairs were used as tables in the dining room.
Wayfair says it purchased the home for $3.7 million in 2012.
Wayfair is part of the large group of Jewish real estate agents who also includes Kish Companies, the company founded by the late Israeli billionaire Zvi Gershon.
The company also owns an Israeli shopping mall, which it has marketed to Jewish shoppers.
Wayward, a subsidiary of Kish, is currently seeking a buyer for the home.