About the Project
The project has a variety of different apartments with options for future expansion. A 4-room apartment of 118m with a huge garden (70m²) and terrace (60m²), an open view of the desert landscape, expansive spaces, high-level of finishing, high standard stone coating.
Otniel sees itself as the flagship of settlement and growth in the Hebron Hills region, and indeed the amount of families it takes in, the volume of activity and the development of the yishuv in recent years really do speak for themselves. Faced with the challenges of the era, Otniel aims to move ahead, see the future and invest heavily in various projects, whose purpose is to enhance community resilience, absorb new families into the community, and brand Otniel as a community with a high quality of life.
Last chance to enter a new home this summer!
* 3 last apartments remain from the previous project, now available at a lower price.
Starting from 775,000 NIS
Otniel is a religious community in the southern Hebron Hills, established in 1983. Located on the central route that follows the Path of the Patriarchs between Jerusalem and Beersheba.The yishuv is characterized by a strong, religious spiritual atmosphere and its open community. An essential part of this is the highly developed mutual aid system. The residents of the community cultivate the diversity that characterizes it and maintain a vibrant community life.Otniel has over 150 families and is currently enjoying tremendous momentum for growth and development.The Rabbi of Otniel is Rabbi Re’em Hacohen, who is also the head of the yeshiva on site.
< Stone construction/stone coating
< Porcelain granite flooring
< Garden faucet – for garden apartments only
< Landscaping soil – for garden apartments only
< Fences and handrails as needed
< Sun terrace on exit from living room
< A Pladelet door at the entrance to the apartment
< Gewiss or equivalent circuit breakers<
< Three-phase electricity (25/3)
< 150-liter solar water heater
< Shabbat clock
< Quality kitchen cabinets from sandwich wood
< Caesarstone marble
< Infrastructure for dishwasher installation
< Pillar faucets of Hamat (or equivalent)
< Acrylic bathtub
< Ceramic tiles in bathroom and master bathroom up to 2m high
< Antislip flooring in the bathroom
Windows and Shutters
< Klil aluminum windows
< Electric shutter in living room + integral Shabbat clock (Zomet Institute)
< Fly screens on all windows
< Insulating glass windows