The building was photographed that day Click for a larger image
The house is also in the Founders’ Path of Kfar Saba (Houminer House) Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
: Beit Carmela and Avraham Shabbat
The two-story building was built by the Huminer family in the early 1930s, based on a one-story structure that was on the site. The addition included a second floor and two wings on the western front with a courtyard between them. The building was built in relatively large dimensions and marks a stage in the establishment of the Kfar Saba colony.
The building is built in the style of the "Colony House", which is characterized by stone or brick construction, a tiled roof with four slopes, plaster cladding, vertical longitudinal openings and a visible tin gutter.
In 2016, the preservation of the building was completed by the Shabbat family in memory of their parents Carmela and Avraham, veterans of the city of Kfar Saba.
In conversations with veterans of the settlement, some claim that between 1931 and 1935, the Yavneh school, which was established on the initiative of traditional residents, operated on the site.