(Courtesy of Tivuch Shelly) In the new and rapidly growing area Neve Shamir, Ramat Beit Shemesh, Tivuch Shelly has completed sales of the first wave of new housing and has two options for prospective olim: apartments that will be available in less than 18 months and a second wave to be completed in less than three years. Tivuch Shelly started Beit Shemesh’s Anglo community almost 30 years ago and continues its legacy with this project.
The Ramat Yohanan project will consist of 800 units with great layouts and views of the beautiful Ella Valley. Options will include 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, garden apartments, penthouses with stunning views, sukkah balconies, storage, and parking. The dynamic new community will include all services: schools, stores and religious communal services. Moving to this project will be a soft landing for Anglo olim.
Ramat Yohanan is adjacent to Beit Natif National Park. The neighborhood will have a country club, playgrounds and sports and leisure activities. There will also be an educational complex that will include kindergartens, day care centers, schools and community centers. Religious life will include yeshivot, synagogues and a mikvah. Swift and convenient access to Jerusalem will be provided via the new Route 10, plus a number of other connecting major roads will allow residents to work in all major cities within the center of Israel.
Tivuch Shelly, founded 33 years ago by American-born Shelly Levine, recently completed selling a project in the Neve Shamir area and has now begun selling apartments to Anglo and Israeli buyers in this spectacular new project in an area that is growing by leaps and bounds. Now is the time to get into this project in its early stages. Levine has an outstanding reputation earned over many years of matching buyers to suitable locations and houses/apartments and compatible neighborhoods, where clients find homes that meet their needs and lifestyles.
This community is the perfect place to raise your family or to retire and enjoy the beautiful views around Ramat Beit Shemesh.
To discuss your options with Shelly, you can reach her at (646) 704-1185 through the end of July; email [email protected]; or visit tivuchshelly.com.
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