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Rehavia

Rehavia, nestled in the heart of Jerusalem, is a true gem awaiting your discovery. Its tree-lined streets and historic charm create a unique blend of old-world elegance and modern convenience. With its proximity to iconic landmarks like the Knesset and Yemin Moshe, you’ll find a vibrant tapestry of culture, history, and cuisine right at your doorstep. This neighborhood’s character is further enriched by its diverse community and welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re strolling through serene parks, exploring the local art scene, or savoring delicious cuisine in its cozy cafes, Rehavia promises a quality of life that’s both enriching and fulfilling. Make Rehavia your new home, and immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of Jerusalem.

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Rehavia: a prime location

Many European intellectuals and professors chose to live in Rechavia in the early 20th century, as did various leaders and politicians. In keeping with the intellectual character of the neighborhood, most streets of Rechavia are named for Jewish scholars and poets from the Golden Age of Jewish culture in Spain, such as Maimonides, Abarbanel, and Nachmanides. Rehavia (also Rechavia) is an upscale Jerusalem neighborhood bordered by Nachlaot to the north, Talbiya and Katamon to the south, Shaarei Chesed to the west, and the Old City to the east.

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Why You'll LOVE it:

Why You'll HATE it:

Reason 1

Historical Charm with its streets and architecture.

Reason 1

Parking Challenges of limited space and high demand.

Reason 2

Culturally Rich melting pot of Jewish diversity & influence.

Reason 2

Cost of Living is higher than other areas in Jerusalem.

Reason 3

Near iconic Landmarks including the King David Hotel and the Windmill.

Reason 3

Traffic Congestion in peak hours can be a drawback.  

Reason 4

The shops that line the streets are small and intimate and sell specialized items.

Reason 4

Noise Levels near main roads can be bothersome.

Reason 5

Walking distance to the Old City and the Kotel.

Reason 5

Regular reconstruction of boutique buildings to adhere to the TAMA 38 plan.

Home Styles In Rehavia

Rehavia was established during the British Mandate Period in 1921. Subsequently, the German-Jewish architect Richard Kauffmann turned Rehavia into the garden neighborhood. Today, three architectural designs stand tall in Rehavia: Bauhaus, Mandate Era, and Modern. 

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Bauhaus Apartments

Rehavia boasts a significant number of Bauhaus-style buildings, known for their clean lines, white facades, and functional design. These apartments often feature large windows and balconies, allowing for plenty of natural light.

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Mandate Era Homes

Some homes in Rehavia date back to the British Mandate period and are characterized by a blend of architectural styles, including Art Deco and Mediterranean Revival. These homes often have distinctive features like arched doorways and tiled roofs.

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Modern Apartments

In recent years, there has been a surge in modern apartment complexes in Rehavia, catering to contemporary living preferences. These buildings often include amenities such as underground parking, elevators, and rooftop terraces, offering a modern and convenient lifestyle.

Schools

Rehavia and closely neighboring areas such as Katamon, boast some of the best schools in Jerusalem. 

The Rehavia school named after David Ben Gurion was founded in 1930 and about 499 elementary school students study there.

Evelina de Rothschild School is a Girls Religious Public Elementary and High School with a history that spans 150 years. Located on Menahem Ussishkin Street. 

The Nisui promotes cooperative learning in a community context. There is an emphasis on the integration of students with special needs including learning disabilities, communication disabilities, and physical and mental disabilities. 

Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi is a research, cultural, and educational institution. The main functions of the institution are the study of Israeli communities in the East, the study of the history of the Land of Israel, Exploring Jerusalem and making it available to the general public.

Places of Interest

Rehavia is home to the Jewish Agency, the Windmill on Ramban Street, the Great Synagogue, and the President’s House. In the center of historic Rehavia is Yad Ben-Zvi, a research institute established by Ben-Zvi.

This expansive urban park is a wonderful place for outdoor activities. It offers walking paths, playgrounds, and open spaces where you can relax or have a picnic. It’s a favorite spot for both residents and visitors.

After the creation of the State of Israel, the Ratisbonne Institute gradually became a center of study for Christians interested in Jewish studies. 

A beloved local cafe, Café Aroma is known for its excellent coffee and delicious pastries. It’s a cozy spot to unwind, read, or catch up with friends while savoring a cup of your favorite brew.

For those interested in discussing the Torah and matters of faith, the Rehavia Synagogue is a significant religious and community center. It’s a place of worship and a hub for cultural events and discussions related to Judaism.

This vibrant street in Rehavia is lined with shops, boutiques, and eateries. It’s a great place for shopping, dining, and people-watching. You can find a wide range of cuisines, from Middle Eastern to international, making it a culinary hotspot.

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