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Property for Sale in Tsur Hadassah
Located in the Meah neighborhood on the popular Shitah Street
Luxurious 7-room villa with enchanting western view, many built-ins.
Features: on large entrance floor: 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining area; on upper floor: 3 large bedrooms, balcony (70 sq.m.) , view,
storage room, 2 parking spaces.
Tsur Hadassah is a rural community located in the Judean Hills, approximately 10 km. south-west of Jerusalem, within the "Green Line", around 755 meters above sea level. The settlement was established in 1960 as a center providing services for the moshavim in the area, known as the “Fork Settlements”: Mevo Beytar, Mata, Bar-Giora and Ness Harim. Tsur Hadassah is named after Hadassah, the American Zionist women's organization, and falls under the jurisdiction of the “Matte Yehuda Regional Council” .
Tsur Hadassah has developed greatly and today is the fourth settlement in size in the area, following Jerusalem, Mevasseret Tsiyon and Abu Gosh.
The majority of Tsur Hadassah's population is young, comprised mainly of families with children of all ages. Tsur Hadassah has three neighborhoods: the "old" neighborhood – an area of villas populated largely by veterans; to the west is Har Kitron, mainly detached or semi-detached houses, and the "Valley" (HaEmek) – also called "New Tsur Hadassah" - which has apartments and duplexes, garden apartments and semi-detached houses. Most of the community services are located there – the elementary school, kindergartens, local health care, synagogues, and commercial center with a wide variety of shops, central park and more.
Roads for motorists and bicyclists approach Tsur Hadassah, winding through one of the most charming landscapes in Israel. Alternately, the tunnel road is short and quick, shortening the trip to Jerusalem to a mere 15 minutes. Most of the inhabitants work in Jerusalem and the surrounding area; many are associated with the Ein Kerem medical center: medical, administrative and research staff.
Commuters to the Tel-Aviv area enjoy easy and direct access to highway 6 (trans-Israel) as well as the Jerusalem-Tel-Aviv highway, without having to travel through Jerusalem. The commute is a pleasant trip through the mountains descending from the settlement to the Ella junction in the Ella valley, or to Beit Shemesh.
Tsur Hadassah is expected to reach a population of 5000 families within the next ten years. Real estate activity is thriving in the area: sales and rentals of houses, apartments and lots. Properties put up for sale recently in the Har Kitron neighborhood were bought up immediately.