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₪160 / 4br - King David Residence Luxury 4 BD/Pool/Gym/Parking (Jerusalem City Centre, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel)


4BR / 2Ba available feb 4

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

This exceptional 4 bedroom is located within the King David Residence next to the King David Hotel. It comprises a huge living room with an open kitchen, a terrace with luminous south exposure, 2 private bathrooms with independent toilets and a private Norwest exposure balcony.

The apartment features very high-ended standard and is made of noble material, luxury decoration and modern technology including central AC, electrical blinds, TV in all rooms, home automation, etc.

The Space:

Huge apartment 4 bedrooms. Living room: 2 large sofas (8 people can seat) and a large TV screen.Dining area with big table and chairs.

Fully equipped kitchen with modern features. A bar is at use with 4 high chairs.

All the rooms are spacious and comfortable. They feature closets big enough to hang and put clothes as well as luggage.

Room description:

Main Parental room (king size bed/possibility to split) with private bathroom and private toilet, closet room, TV, working desk

Second Parental room (king size bed/possibility to split) with private bathroom and private toilet, a closet, TV, working desk

Parental room (queen size bed), closets, private balcony with Northwest exposure, TV

Parental room (queen size bed), huge closet, TV

Guest Access:

Gym access

Swimming pool access

Private parking available.

High security level with intercom, doorman, cameras and alarm.

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The Neighborhood:

Mamilla (Hebrew: ממילא‎‎) is a neighborhood of Jerusalem that was established in the late 19th century outside the Old City, west of the Jaffa Gate. Until 1948 it was a mixed Jewish-Arab business district. Between 1948 and 1967, it was located along the armistice line between the Israeli and Jordanian-held sector of the city, and many buildings were destroyed by Jordanian shelling. The Israeli government approved an urban renewal project for Mamilla, apportioning land for residential and commercial zones, including hotels and office space. The Mamilla Mall opened in 2007.
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