How to find the best home in the most expensive house in Jerusalem
There are no finer options for the average Israeli house hunter than a luxury one.
It is no wonder, then, that when you’re looking for an estate with the best prices, it’s not always easy to find one.
The truth is that, for the most part, the most affordable home in Jerusalem is far from the best.
The top 10 most expensive houses in the city, according to the Jerusalem Post, are:• • •••• •• •House 1,000 Shechita (Gideon Shechit) from Gush Etzion: $1.8 million• • house from the area of the Erez crossing: $2.5 million• house from Kibbutz Beit Jala: $3 million•• house in the old city: $4.5m• house on Shabat street in East Jerusalem: $6.5millionHouse 1: Located in the central Israeli town of Shechitas village, this three-bedroom house, which was built in the 1960s and has been home to the family for generations, is one of the top-rated properties in the country.
It was built for the owner, who bought it in 2000 for $1 million, and was designed to look like a modern villa.
It has a spectacular garden and is well connected to the city by a public transportation line.
The main floor is open and airy with views of the nearby Beit El settlement.
The main dining room is lined with glass doors, and a large dining table is located in the middle of the room.
The entire house is well ventilated, so it’s easy to enjoy the views while relaxing in the family’s spacious living room.• •house from Beit Yosef: $5.7 million•House 2,200 Yitzhak in Ramat Gan (Goran Matalon) from Ramat Tzur: $7.6 million•house from the former West Bank settlement of Al-Ram: $8.3 millionHouse 1 from Givat Zeev (Gavriel Katz): $8 millionThe second house in Givats Zeeva village, in Ramath, on the border with Lebanon, was the home of Gavriel Katz, a real estate agent and founder of the Zeevan family.
It’s also one of those that’s more accessible than the other two.
It comes with a large private courtyard that’s a perfect spot for a lunch.
The other rooms are well ventilated, so you can enjoy a peaceful walk to your favourite cafe.
• •house in Ramallah from Al-Saba: $10.4 millionHouse 3,600 Zeevet from Ramallah: $11.1 millionHouse 4,400 Yair from Ramleh: $12.1 billionHouse 5,000 Erez from Ramath: $14.4 billionHouse 6,000 Beit Yavne from Ramah: $15.1bnHouse 7,400 Tiberias from Ram Ramle: $16.9 billionHouse 8,400 Beit Hasharon from Ramachan: $17.9billionHouse 9,400 Nabi Tamar from Ramavat: $18 billionHouse 10,600 Ramat Arba from Ramla: $19.2billionThe third house is the one most likely to cause your heart to skip a beat, and it’s also located in Ramle, near Ramallah.
The house is designed to resemble a modern mansion and is surrounded by a green garden.
It also has two large bedrooms, a large living room, and the rest of the property is enclosed in a walled garden.
The house is in the midst of a massive renovation that will add a lot of new features.
The current owners are planning to add a new entrance for visitors and an elevator that will enable visitors to get to the other floors.
The property will also feature a restaurant and a gymnasium.
This property will be fully renovated and sold.• house located on the northern edge of Jerusalem: Ramat Shechitz from Ramot: $13.3millionHouse 2 from Ramen Ramat (Ramat Zilper) from Eilat: 1.9 million• farmhouse from a village in Jerusalem’s northern West Bank: Kifas from the village of Kifa: $9.8millionHouse 3 from Eshkol from Jerusalem: 1 million• residence in the Beit Yaakov area of East Jerusalem’s Old City: 5.6m• garden with swimming pool from Beyhem: $20 million• three-storey apartment in the village Beit Meir from the settlement of Beit Arie: $21.4millionHouse 4 from Be’er Sheva from the settlements of Kiryat Malachi: $23.5billionHouse 5 from Ein Kerem from Jerusalem’s central Ne