A beautiful brand new renovated garden apartment on Emek Refaim street.
This historical fully restored German Templar House will make you feel out on the countryside while in the beating heart of the city.
THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF SPACE TO RELAX AND UNWIND IN THIS FABULOUS HOME!
Enjoy the convenience of a modern luxury apartment in a historic Templar
house. Spacious, sunny, with it’s own gated entrance, large private garden, and parking, this is a unique opportunity to experience the best of ancient
and modern Jerusalem. Family and friends will enjoy the oversized living
and dining area with original stone walls, unique mosaic “netilat yadayim”
hand-washing station, and waterfall-faucet in the powder room. The cooks in the household will love the well-stocked, spacious, airy kitchen with two sinks, and a breakfast island. Upstairs, 4 bedrooms with
capacious built-in closets, solid wood doors and 3 full baths provide plenty of privacy and soundproofing. High end finishes, balconies off two of the
bedrooms, elevator, cable TV, wi-fi and smart-house security system are
just a few of the amenities in this special building.
All parts of this magnificent duplex are yours to use!
Interaction with guests
I would be available for anything, including tours / attractions ideas...
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What I love about this house:
Located on the quiet end of Emek Refaim- a short walk to the first station and old city.
Loads of space for entertainment-living and dining space with cable t.v and wifi.
Kitchen with space for cooking and working.
Garden, private entrance and parking spot!
The rate includes everything except for the electric bill.
Treat it as if your own- enjoy it responsibly.
No pets or smoking allowed.
Rate does not include electric usage.
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As a student, I try to make time for the things I love-
photography, reading, hiking, soccer and running.
Born and raised in Jerusalem, I would love to be more than a host and would be delighted to share my personal experience of this city and its features...
See you in Jerusalem!