Chelouche Street Neve Tzedek 311.
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Only steps from the golden beaches and blue waves of the Tel Aviv shore, the picturesque quarter of Neve Tzedek (Oasis of Justice) is Tel Aviv’s oldest, and perhaps the most architecturally beautiful neighborhood.
Though a comparatively small neighborhood, Neve Tzdek teems with culture. The world-renowned Batsheva dance troupe performs at the Suzanne Dellal Center, boutiques sell the handiwork of local designers and artists, and many of the city’s best cafes and restaurants can be found here.History
A wealthy Algerian family established the neighborhood twenty-two years before Tel Aviv was built, and a street bearing their name (Chelouche) commemorates the founding family’s memory. 'Beit Aharon Chelouche', Aharon Chelouche's home still remains today on 32 Chelouche Street. Location
Chelouche Street is perhaps the oldest and one of Tel Aviv's most important land marks; like every street in Tel Aviv, numbers ascend from the west to east. This picturesque street begins from the sea and ends in Eilat Rd. the border between Neve Tzedek and Florentin. As it crosses Shabazzi Street, Neve Tzedek's main road, it is ideally located with easy access to many of Neve Tzedek's attractions. Architecture
Whilst walking along Chelouche Street, it is difficult not to notice the
architecture. Two storey houses with red roof tiles and big wooden
windows are seen everywhere you go. The colors are magical. Some houses
still remain untouched, whilst others have been meticulously renovated
and preserved, brought back to their formal glory. The majority of the
residences are either Garden duplexes, or duplex penthouses; taking
either the first half of the building or the second half. Since the
buildings are relatively close to each other, the majority of the houses
in Neve Tzedek are fairly long and narrow.
While skyscrapers rose up along the skyline and streets widened to
accommodate increased traffic and increasingly larger cars, Neve Tzedek
has retained its original charm throughout all these years. Just at the
end of Chelouche Street is the Neve Tzedek tower standing proud.Real Estate
Real estate prices in Neve Tzedek are considered amongst the highest in
the city. On Chelouche Street, the estimated average price is anything
between NIS 30,000 per square meter to NIS 37,000 per square meter.
Prices tend to go higher once crossed Shabazzi Street towards Eilat
Road. A garden Duplex of 215 square meters with a 30 sqaure meter
private garden is currently available for sale on Chelouche for the
price of 4,400,000 NIS.
When looking at renting an apartment in this magical street, an average
three bedroom apartment is estimated between NIS 9,000 to NIS 13,000 a
month. The same garden duplex was rented at NIS 12,500 a month.
Early in 2011, a 100 aquare meter apartment on Chelouche Street was sold for NIS 3,442,800.
The residents of this picturesque street include foreigners, diplomats
and locals. Families immigrate to Neve Tzedek for the private schools,
the Neve Tzedek community center, kindergarten's and intimate public
gardens that can be seen everywhere. Neve Tzedek is the ideal
neighborhood for raising a family. The Marc Chagall School is located on
Chelouche and is considered to be one of the best schools in the city
with students from 17 countries.
Weather looking to live on or simply wandering through this magical
area, Chelouche Street boasts both prime location and an abundance of
history. Being the unique neighborhood that it is, Neve Tzedek will
always draw people; the history, architecture and character are what
make this place so special.Su Casa TLV Real Estate is a boutique brokerage with a focus on the Center Tel Aviv market; whether you are looking to rent, buy or sell real estate in Tel Aviv, Su Casa Tel Aviv is bringing you home.
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