A luxury apartment in the Mamilla neighborhood on Zamenhof Street in Jerusalem, in a very central location but quiet and pastoral, close to Mamila boulevard and the city center. The building of only 9 apartments is partly a preserved building and partly new and modern building. A unique and rare combination in the Mamilla neighborhood of Jerusalem.

The apartment is on the second floor of the building, overlooking the quiet courtyards of the neighborhood and the ancient Jerusalem houses, especially the beautiful courtyard of the World Center of North African Jews with magnificent authentic Moroccan design fountains.

The apartment has 6 rooms and covers 317 square meters on one level with a balcony of 30 square meters in addition to a small balcony that emerges from the kitchen. The smartly designed apartment is divided into living and hosting area with a huge kitchen and large dining area, next to a spacious living room that opens onto a luxurious sun terrace. In addition, there is a safe room (mamad) that can be used as a TV room / study room / guest room.

The whole apartment is paved with luxurious marble, underfloor heating, floating walls, a ceiling-mounted sound system throughout the house, an alarm system, Mitsubishi air conditioning system, Kuppersbush appliances, Dornbracht faucets and lighting from the prestigious Kimchi company. In addition, a “smart home” system was installed in the house.

The apartment enjoys a spacious private robotic parking that leads to an elevator which goes directly into the apartment. As well as a huge storage of about 15 square meters.

Price: 16,500,000.00 ILS / 4,701,256.52 USD / 4,038,379.35 EUR / 3,535,344.90 GBP


  • 317sqm + 30sqm balcony
  • 2nd Floor
  • 4 Master Bedrooms
  • Large Kitchen
  • Large Living Room
  • Dining Area
  • 1 Safe Room / mamad
  • 1 Parking Space
  • 1 Storage Room 15sqm

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