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Inside Jerusalem Luxury Mansion With Arab Architecture

From the time of World War II

By Swati DubéPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
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Credit: Israel Sotheby's International Realty

Located in Bayt al-Maqdis, Jerusalem, this single-family historical manor stuns the onlooker with its authentic Arab architecture. The most beautiful thing about this house is its history. Coming straight out of the 19th century, this mansion was built by Christian Germans who were members of the Templers movement. And so you will see their culture and lifestyle spill over into this luxurious home.

If you are wondering who are Templers, then here is the quick history.

The German Templers Movement

Emerged in the mid-19th century, the German Templer Society has its roots in the Pietist movement and is the Pietist sect. They settled their colonies in then Ottoman Palestine and Mandatory Palestine by the German Pietist Templers from the late 19th century until the early 20th century. Those colonies were abandoned after World War II.

Credit: Israel Sotheby's International Realty

About the Jerusalem Luxury Mansion

Nestled in an old German colony, perfect for those who love historic palaces and love to explore different cultures.

Despite its old colony, the house is nestled amidst lush green surroundings with a calm and serene atmosphere.

Its perfect combination of eclectic-Arab architecture is sure to give you goosebumps. Not to mention that the house is spread over 380 square meters and is built on a plot of 614 square meters and enjoys additional building rights of 44 square meters.

When you step on its 21 square meters. Spread the courtyard, you get an impression of the grandeur of the house. The Jerusalem Luxury Mansion has 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with a spacious living room, full kitchen, and separate studio space in the courtyard.

Credit: Israel Sotheby's International Realty

The main attraction of the house is its 100 square meters. Basement floors and an underground swimming pool reflect the styles of different eras with their subtle colors, textures, and shapes that were popular between the 19th and 20th centuries.

If you ever get bored of the house, you can spend a relaxing time in its spacious courtyard or on the 140-square-meter open terrace. From where you can enjoy the splendid view of the property.

This gorgeous home can be anything to either convert it into your other family residence where you can enjoy some private time with your family or take a break from the world and live in its serenity.

Either you can convert it into your office or you can convert it into a luxurious hotel as it has everything that can entertain and charm the guests.

The listing year of the property is 2021. It is on market at the price of USD 8 Million.

Credit: Israel Sotheby's International Realty

About Jerusalem

Along with the capital of Israel, Jerusalem is also a tourist destination, which attracts millions of tourists every year. Located in Westers Asia, there are several attractions here.

The temperature of Jerusalem varies throughout the year. January is the coldest season when the temperature drops to somewhere between 4 and 11 °C. Winter starts in December and lasts for 3.1 months and continues till March.

The average temperature in Jerusalem is below 15 °C. Summer starts in May and the hottest month is August when the temperature rises to 27 °C. While in Jerusalem, you can also enjoy the rainy season starting on October 9, which makes winter extremely cold, and sometimes snowfall and storms can be seen.

Most pleasant that falls during the spring but it is only for a short time. It is still freezing cold, you can still experience the spring season in the month of April and the autumn season of October. But this is rarely seen. Overall the weather here is pleasant and if you do not miss the summer much then this place can be heaven for you.

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Swati Dubé

Storyteller | Skydiver | Certified Tarot Reader

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