Photographer Yossi Tsipkis Kit Noa Levy (Photographer Yossi Tsipkis Kit Noa Levy)
In the Israeli gastronomy district, in the picturesque village of Abu Gush, which is considered one of the most beautiful small villages in the Jerusalem Corridor, a surprising new project has been built that symbolizes rurality, green nature and quality of life.
Abu Gush, which borders Neve Ilan, Netaf and Kiryat Inavim, is identified by most Israelis as a pilgrimage center to enjoy the fine culinary scene, festivals and historical sites.
But now there is also an opportunity to live in an unusual and fascinating project.
The area is also home to some of the best educational institutions in the suburbs of Jerusalem (Photo: Yehchat)
Meet Nopi Ilan, a new residential neighborhood in the Jerusalem Corridor, which includes boutique buildings close to nature, at reasonable prices and with an easy and quick exit to Highway 1. Each floor has 2-3 apartments, with a large portion of the apartments facing a breathtaking view.
The area is also home to some of the best educational institutions in the suburbs of Jerusalem: Alon in Ma'aleh Hamishma and Harel and Yuval in Mebasheret.
2-3 apartments on each floor, with a large part of the apartments facing a breathtaking view (Photo: Public Relations)
The developers are the Avi Hevar Group and the Tania Israel Residential Company.
The marketer is the team of Dera, under the management of Dror Obeh Zion.
The project was designed by the architect Larry Sternstein, who emphasizes an optimal living environment for the individual, the family and the community, using green elements and considering and preserving nature.
In collaboration with Nopi Golan