In Neve Shamir you will live in a warm and communal environment, quality education for children, nature, and landscapes.
Countless green areas, a sports and country center, and all the services of an advanced city.
The Neve Shamir neighborhood is located between the Ella Valley and Judean Mountains.
This is the ideal location between Jerusalem and the central areas.
There are few places in the country that can be said to have their location perfect.
The city of Beit Shemesh is one of them:
Beit Shemesh is located on the main road between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The Neve Shamir neighborhood, located at the edge of the city, is strategically close to major places:
10 minutes from Sha’ar HaGai junction
25 minutes from the entrance to Jerusalem
45 minutes from Gush Dan
40 minutes from the cities of the south and the Negev
15 minutes from Gush Etzion
Neve Shamir has been planned so that large areas of green space have been designated between the residential buildings.
Areas with natural woods, that will be maintained as they are in correspondence with the planned parks and lawns, alongside bicycle and walking paths.
There are apartments with 3-5 rooms, garden apartments, and penthouses, with quality specifications.
The project has one of the highest standards available in the apartment market in Israel.
A large country club is being built in the neighborhood, which will include swimming pools, sports and recreational areas for the whole family.
You can always find the right activity for you and your children.
There will also be a community center, clinics, and everything that is required of an advanced neighborhood.
Neve Shamir is the natural choice for families who want to raise their children in a quiet area, full of nature, and a breathtaking view that opens the heart.
The view from the neighborhood is of the beautiful Ella Valley, and of the Judean Mountains and Gush Etzion.
The neighborhood is located next to Kibbutz Netiv HaLamedHey, close to Beit Natif National Park, along with historical sites from the Bible period.