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₪130 / 3br - Exceptional 3 Bedroom/Parking in best area of town (Jerusalem City Centre, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel)


3BR / 2Ba available nov 14

EV charging
dogs are OK - wooof
laundry in bldg
wheelchair accessible

Beautiful 4 rooms, Parking, Terrace in the heart of Jerusalem in the luxurious residence of the hotel "Leonardo Boutique"

24 hour guardian, Lobby, Parking, Terrace, 2.5 bathrooms

Wifi, TV, Apple TV, washing, dryer, Nespresso ironing board

Located 5 minutes from Mamila and Ben Yehuda, Bars

A walk on the pedestrian street will take you in 10 minutes to the old city

The Space:

Fully furnished living room with sofa and plasma TV.

Open kitchen fully equipped with fridge, oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher, microwave, Nespresso machine, toaster, kettle, crockery complete, saucepan. Dining room up to 9 people.

In suite bedroom.

Bedroom 2 one queen bed.

Bedroom 3, 2 bed than one bed

Spacious terrace available with outdoors furnitures.

Washing machine dryer AC iron and ironing board available. Sound proofed windows.

Linens towels soap and shampoo provided.

Building shabat with a shabatical elevator

Guest Access:

Vous êtes chez vous durant la totalité de votre séjour, une place de parking est mise à votre disposition gratuitement avec l’appartement

Interaction with Guests:

I am always available, except on Saturdays until sunset.

The Neighborhood:

The legendary HaNeviim Street is located in the historical and cultural heart of Jerusalem and is home to dozens of places of historical and architectural interest. The golden age of Haneviim Street began in the mid-nineteenth century and lasted until 1917, when Ottoman sovereignty over the country came to an end. From that time, the street and its surroundings were considered luxurious and housed consulates, hospitals, schools and religious and luxurious residences.

The façade of the project overlooks Monbaz Street and the Sergei Building, one of the most beautiful sites in Jerusalem. It was built in 1890 in the symmetrical style of the Renaissance and owes its name to Prince Sergei Romanov, eldest son of Tsar Alexander II. HaNeviim Court is also very close to a historic building on Queen Helena Street, built between 1912 and 1917 (estimated) and used as a center of commerce and entertainment for pilgrims who came every year to visit the Russian Mission. from Jerusalem.
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