The SpaceLarge 3 bedrooms - 130 sqm net/appx 1400 sqf
3rd floor , elevator
3 balconies - each appx 15-20 sqm (all open - also succa)
A/C , Internet , HOT Cable TV
BR1 - Master br with double bed and full bath room/Jacuzi
BR2 - 2 single beds, one pull out bed (can sleep 3)
BR3 - double bed + 1 single pull out bed (can sleep 4)
up to 9 sleeps
minimum one week
Enjoy your home in Jerusalem away from home.
Bedrooms: 3 | Floor: 3rd | Bathroom: 2.5 | Balcony:2 | Wireles internet 12mb | Cable TV | Private Parking
Bed linens & Towels | Washing Machine & dryer | Air conditioning | Fully equipped kitchen | Refrigerato/stove/oven/microwave | outdoor furniture Interaction with GuestsThe property manager of the apartment will be greeting the guests and will assist them at any mater.
he can be reached at any time for any assitance or help at his mobile (phone number hidden) or by e-mail. The NeighborhoodThe German Colony (Moshava Germanit) was one of several settlements known as "German Colonies" built in Israel by members of the Christian Templar Society in the second half of the 19th century. The Templars were primarily farmers, hence the name Moshava, an agricultural collective settlement. The neighborhood was built in the form of a typical German village of the period, with narrow streets, stone fences, thatched rooftops of pine and cypress wood, and a lot of greenery ; however, unlike a typical German village, the houses of the German Colony of Jerusalem were built of the local stone (and not wood and bricks). The area's homes have special features, such as fields of trees and green gardens. In 1975 the Colony was declared a historical site in order to preserve its unique flavor. The German Colony is located in southern Jerusalem and expands from both sides of Emek Refaim Street. Today Emek Refaim is one of the most popular streets in Jerusalem, with a cosmopolitan flavor, stylish boutiques, restaurants and coffee houses bustling with life. The area is next to great cultural spots like the Jerusalem Theater, the Islamic Museum and the Natural Science Museum. It is also just a few minutes walk to the Old City. In the German Colony are two high schools, an elementary school, a variety of preschools, medical centers, community centers and various synagogues of various denominations, due to the many immigrants in the area from France and the United States. Getting AroundA short walk from the trendy Emek Refaim, the best location possible! This beautiful, tree lined street is filled with Restaurants and Cafes to suit all culinary tastes plus a Post Office, Hairdressers, Banks, Money Changer, Mobile Phone Rental, Swimming Pool and Gym, Pharmacy and Dry-Cleaner on your doorstep.
The Cinemateque and Smadar Cinemas, The Chan Theatre and Jerusalem Theatre are only a short walk away.
New to the area is the beautiful Train Track Walkway / Cycle Path that takes you from the center of the Gemran Colony to the new First Station Complex with great Restaurants, Cafes and daily activities for all the family!
bus routes to the center of town, old city, and central bus station.
Center of Town - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), and 18a
Central Bus Station - 34, 34a, 18, and 18a
Malcha Shopping Mall - 77, 77a, 18, and 18a
Apartment comes with a private parking spot. Other Things to NoteAdditional notes from owner
For Longer stay then two weeks we charge one cleaning fee each two weeks on top of the departure cleaning fee, this way the apt is cleaned while your stay.
there is 5$ a day allowance for Electricity use, balance will be charged by reading the meter, this system is to prevent tenants to leave the Air Con on while they are not in the apt and / or the hot water electric boiler.
*in Pesach time, Kitchen Kosher is | $200 per stay, Pesach dishes uppon request. Minimum stay is two weeks or 5500$
* Succot time - price includes succa
the rental rate which is published is the basic rate, it is always depend
on the period of the time you are booking and the season in the year.
holidays/summer month have different rates.
please contact me for offers based on the dates you are looking at