A high point

At 800 meters above sea level, Arnona’s selling points are its topography, rural ambience and location.

By JOHN BENZAQUEN
March 19, 2015 14:25
3 minute read.
Arnona

Buildings in Arnona are limited to six floors.. (photo credit: ADI BENZAKEN)

 
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Demand for real estate in the southern neighborhoods of Jerusalem, especially in Arnona, is robust – and it may become more so if immigration from Western Europe increases, because Arnona is a favorite location among newcomers from there and from North America.

Situated between the neighborhoods of Talpiot and Ramat Rahel, Arnona has a rural ambience despite being in a bustling urban area. It is a family-oriented community with religious, traditional and secular families. It is also a modern area, catering to those who would love to live in the nearby Baka neighborhood but cannot afford the hefty real-estate prices. Many of the new immigrants from France and other Western European countries who are seeking a haven from rising anti-Semitism are purchasing in the area because they can get more for their money.

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