It's a unique penthouse, with a spectacular panoramic view of Jerusalem, suitable for both family residences and to host a reception and private events.
Located in the prestigious Rehavia neighborhood, on the 14th floor, overlooking the Knesset, the Court, the Kiryat Hamimshala, and the Israel Museum.
The neighborhood is also well known for its popular bars and restaurants.
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A leafy, upscale neighborhood, Rehavia was established on a large plot of land purchased in 1921 from theGreek Orthodox Churchby thePalestine Land Development Company. It was given the biblical name Rehavia.
Rehavia became known as a neighborhood of upper-classAshkenazi Jews, home to professors and intellectuals. Many of Israel's early leaders lived in Rehavia:David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister;Zionist leaderArthur Ruppin; Menachem Ussishkin, head of theJewish National Fund;Golda Meir, Israel's fourth prime minister;Daniel Auster, the first Jewish mayor of Jerusalem, philosophersHugo BergmannandGershon Scholem.
It’s popular for the wine bars, laid-back eateries, and gourmet food shops lining Azza Street. Trails weave among olive trees in the Valley of the Cross, a park home to the 11th-century Monastery of the Cross. The modern Jerusalem Great Synagogue has a large mezuzah collection and striking stained glass, while Beit Avi Chai hosts film screenings, lectures, and art performances.
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