Gorgeous Modern Large Artists Home-Yavneel Israel

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Yavnel, Israel
Gorgeous Modern Large Artists Home-Yavneel Israel
4 bedrooms
1 guests
30 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 1
Type: Home
Per month: $4,500
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Yavnel vacation home rental
-Central Location-Huge Views-Modern-Can Accommodate Multiple Families-
Available July 1st-August 31st, 2010---ARTIST'S HOME

In the foothills above Yavniel, Israel

- (PRICE DEPENDS ON GROUP SIZE) APPROX $4500 USD/MONTH (includes all utilities & taxes) -

Amazing opportunity to live in a gorgeous contemporary home with the creative touches of the artist-owner.
Sweeping views of the agricultural lands of Israel with great quiet and privacy; Light and bright.
Floor plan allows for multiple families to share the space if desired.
Email now to reserve your time and fall in love all over again
Dorit bat Shalom

Dorit Dror

Area Information
YAVNIEL is the oldest moshava (farming community) of modern Israel, founded in 1901 by immigrant farmers. It overlooks the magnificent Yavniel Valley and is a delightful village of about 3000 people.
With its proximity to Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) and other historic and biblical Christian and Jewish sites in the Galilee, it is an ideal location for a relaxed and peaceful getaway and a wonderful opportunity for a personal or family educational and recreational experience. Minutes from popular international tourist destinations, available activities include horseback riding, four wheeler drives in the hills, swimming pool, water park,, heated soaking pools and spa, lovely walking paths and hikes in the historic hills. Short drives away are the fascinating cities of Tiberias and Tsfat. The classic larger city destinations of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa are within easy driving distances as well as multiple gorgeous beaches on the Mediterranean.
TIBERIAS, a city of about 40,000 residents, is picturesquely located on the shores of the Kinneret and boasts several sites of Jewish historical significance. Close by are the ancient ruins of Capernaum, Magdala, Chorazin and Bethsaida. Visitors have several excellent restaurants to choose from while they shop on the recently refurbished pedestrian promenade by the Kinneret.
The ancient city of Safed ( Tsfat). A rather small town located in Northern Israel, 900 meters (3200 feet) above sea level in the mountains of the Upper Galilee, it commands magnificent views east to the Golan, north to the Hermon and Lebanon, west to Mt. Meron and the Amud Valley, and south to Tiberias and the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee).
For a long time Safed has been a well kept secret, even to most Israelis. However, according to the great mystics of the past, Safed is to play an important role in the final redemption. The Meam Loez, in the name of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, says that the Messiah will come from Safed on his way to Jerusalem. The Ari HaKodesh said that until the Third Temple is built, the Shechinah (God's Manifest Presence) rests above Safed.
Its past is also rich and great. According to legend, Safed is where Shem and Ever, son and grandson of Noah, established their yeshiva where Jacob (Yaakov Avinu) studied for many years. According to other sources, the town was founded in 70AD. The city flourished in the 16th century, when many famous Jewish religious scholars and mystics moved to Safed following the Spanish Expulsion, fleeing from the horrors of the Inquisition. Safed then became the spiritual center of the Jewish world, where Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) reached the peak of its influence. Kabbalists, such as Rabbi Yitzhak Luria (Ha-Ari HaKadosh) and Rabbi Shlomo Alkabetz (author of Lecha Dodi) and Rabbi Yosef Karo (author of the Shulchan Aruch) just to name a few, made the city famous. It was here that the first printing press in the Middle East was set up, publishing in 1578 the first Hebrew book to be printed in Israel. At that time the town was also a thriving trade center. However, Safed suffered terribly during the ensuing years due to earthquakes, plagues and Arab attacks. In modern times, the liberation of Safed was one of the most dramatic episodes in the 1948 War of Independence.
Safed is one of the four holy cities in Israel, together with Jerusalem, Hebron and Tiberias. The old part of town consists of narrow cobblestone alleys revealing artists' galleries, medieval synagogues, private homes and small guest houses. Despite its small population ( 27,000), Safed is once again making its mark on the map.

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Jul 01 2014 Aug 01 2017 - - - $4,500 1 Month
Check In: 10 a.m. Check Out: 4 p.m.
Deposits: 1500 USD
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