Okay, so it is not a "true" burnt orange, it is only the color of burnt orange, or would you prefer the color Sienna....but anyway this home just stands out from its neighbors, both in the architecture and also in its upkeep. It is still being lived in and obviously the people who live there love the old building, it is just a pleasure to see.
But as you can also see there is a wider range of architecture here in Neve Tzedik, from the small to the large and the important to the trivial. Whatever you like it is worth taking a walk around this wonderful area. I do hope that Tel-Aviv manages to preserve and do better on the upkeep here.
Favorite thing: Found this building proclaiming that it had been built in 1921. Today it is open to the winds and nobody pays it a second thought, but it looks like in its youth it filled an important role in someones life. Asked a few people on the street and they did not know what the buildings function was. I wonder, was it a private home, a "functional" office building, what, what, what??