This development is of terrace apartments overlooking Emek Shiloh Valley.
From what I understand the final internal floor plan is decided by the purchaser. Yes, that means that you can individually design your home, customize the plans, making more or fewer, larger or smaller bedrooms etc within the basic outer structure. These buildings are near a bus stop and a very short walk to the neighborhood synagogue which has both Ashkenaz and Temani (Yemenite) minyanim. It's also very close to the pool, playground and more.
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There's a similar development just down the road in the same (my) neighborhood, but their stage one is already sold out.
And there are families building their own homes in Shiloh.
Shiloh is a religious community with Jews of all ages and from all over the world.
We've been living in Shiloh for over thirty years. I'd say that moving here was one of the best, if not the best, decision we ever made after moving to Israel, of course. We made aliyah two months after getting married. It was never a subject for debate.
Living in Israel was something we both wanted to do. And considering that we got married in 1970, the idea of living in Land that had been liberated during the 1967 Six Days War was also important to both of us. There weren't too many options that weren't based on agriculture in 1970.
Post-Six Days War, the Israeli Government looked at the liberated Land in two ways. One was as a bargaining chip to make a peace deal with the Arabs and the second was to make money from agriculture. The last thing the Prime Minister of the time Levi Eshkol had in mind was massive Jewish housing in our Biblical Homeland, meaning places like Shiloh, Hebron, Shechem or Beit El. To continue in that direction I'll have to blog more another time...