Ramat Eshkol

Ramat Eshkol was founded in 1969 and was named after Levi Eshkol, a prime minister of Israel. Before the Six Day War in 1967, this open area was a frontier position between the Israeli and Jordanian armies. With the conquest of Ammunition Hill, the way was clear for the liberation of the Old City and east Jerusalem. Located in northern Jerusalem, it borders Maalot Dafna to the east, Sanhedria Murhevet to the west and French Hill to the North. It has become one of Jerusalem's most sought-after locations for young ultra-Orthodox families, especially English speakers. In addition, the spacious villas on Ramat HaGolan street have attracted religious overseas buyers. The neighborhood is within walking distance of the Mount Scopus campus of Hebrew University and the Kotel as well as the nearby Ohr Sameach and Mir yeshivas.



$1 = ₪3.514
IdTitleCatCityNBHDTypeRoomsSq MetersFl.ElevatorParkingStorageRoomSuccahGardenDollarsShekels
1165 ***SOLD***House On Ramat Hagolan Street #1165 Residential SalesJerusalemRamat EshkolSemi-detached House10.03000 $2,276,608₪8,000,000
1555 PRESALE in Ramat Eshkol #1555 Residential SalesJerusalemRamat EshkolNew Project0.000 $



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