Kiryat Wolfson

Located west of the City Center, facing an open view of the Israel Museum, the Knesset and Gan Sacher, this neighborhood is a complex of five high-rise buildings with terraced “villas” going down the hill from Diskin Street. The first set of two buildings was built in 1970 and the last three buildings in 1980. The complex was named after Sir Isaac Wolfson, a British Jewish philanthropist who began the building of the project. Most of the owners are foreign residents and the residents are mainly retirees from overseas. Shabbat elevators and parking plus stores, cafes and a large medical center within the complex, as well as the close proximity of the adjacent neighborhoods of Rechavia and Shaarei Chesed with their synagogues and restaurants, make this a very desirable place to live. In addition, there is 24-hour surveillance in and around the buildings.



$1 = ₪3.482
IdTitleCatCityNBHDTypeRoomsSq MetersFl.ElevatorParkingStorageRoomSuccahGardenDollarsShekels
992 ***SOLD***Space & View # 992 Residential SalesJerusalemKiryat WolfsonDuplex5.01400 $1,350,000₪4,700,700
996 ***SOLD***Beautifully Renovated with a Terrace # 996 Residential SalesJerusalemKiryat WolfsonApartment6.01400 $1,280,000₪4,456,960
998 Beautifully Renovated # 998 Residential SalesJerusalemKiryat WolfsonApartment4.51205 $890,000₪3,098,980
1146 ***SOLD*** Wolfson Villa - Lower Level #1146 Residential SalesJerusalemKiryat WolfsonCottage5.01402 $890,293₪3,100,000



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