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Stunning new apartment with private garden, in Jerusalem City center. 120 years old historic stone house after a complete restoration. Hand-built by Nesh ReArt, all natural wood. The furniture designed and built specifically for this house. 2 bedrooms with full-double beds, one sofa opens to single bed.
5-STAR LUXURIOUS stone house with peaceful private garden and private entrance.
Surrounded by quiet, pedestrian-only alleyways (all directions).
Would be ideal for a two/one couple or a couple with kids. Can accommodate up to 5 people.
Historic 120 years old after renovation
2 min walk to Machane Yehuda Market
3 min walk to Ben Yehuda Street
3 min walk to light rail train
10 min walk to the Old City
10 min walk to the central bus station
2 king size beds, in 2 bedrooms
1 single/twin bed in the living room
Fully equipped kitchen
Water Filter & Ionizer (Hot and Cold)
Automatic floor cleaning robot - dust and mop
2 TV sets in 2 bedrooms
Wireless Hi-Fi Speakers
Quiet ceiling fan
Tempur Orthopedic Mattresses
Nachlaot is a cluster of neighborhoods in central Jerusalem known for its narrow, winding lanes, old-style housing, hidden courtyards and many small synagogues.
Nestled between the stately Teutonic-cum-Middle Eastern elegance of Rechavia and the warren of spice stalls of the Machane Yehuda market is Nachlaot, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Jerusalem and a reliably fascinating slice of Jerusalemite life.
Nachlaot was established in the late 1870s outside the walls of the Old City, which was becoming increasingly overcrowded and unsanitary.
Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda outdoor market is located next to Nachlaot.
At one time Nachlaot had a higher concentration of synagogues than anywhere else in the world, around 300 within a radius of just a few blocks.
The neighborhood includes the world famous Ades Synagogue, Addis Congregation, the flagship of the Syrian Halebi community, and many more.
Nachlaot was declared as historic preservation site in 1989, under cultural heritage protection.
The house is located in the center of Jerusalem, walking distance to most of the sites. All transportation is very near - bus, city train, etc...
Please see this article (itraveljerusalem.com/articles/to-and-from-tel-aviv-airport/) for all the ways to get to Jerusalem.
I prefer the first one (shared taxi) since it's much cheaper than private taxi (but takes a bit longer to arrive). When you take the shared taxi please state the address - Agripas st., corner of Halhul st. near the Machane Yehuda market).
If you’re 3 or more people I’d consider taking a private taxi - the difference might be very minor and you won’t have to be in a taxi with 9 more people (since shared taxis are kind of minibus). The address for the private taxi is Halhul st. which is a tiny street splitting from Agripas st. which is the main market street. Than you walk straight ahead 100m and turn right to Gibeon st. , walk another 50m and you'll see number 8.
Taking a bus is an option, but you’ll have to walk about 15 min with luggage and I think it’s not a good way to start your vacation.
Train is a scenery option but the longest one (almost twice the time) and it arrives far away from city center, so another cab/bus should be taken.
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