“Moving from hip, happening, pulsating Nachlaot to prim and proper Katamon makes perfect sense. Afterall, living inside of Jerusalem’s beating heart comes with a rather hefty monthly price tag. And Katamon is just brimming with young, shiny couples who can be seen around Palmach and Haportzim pushing around their photogenic children in late model Bugaboostrollers.
Having mined Yad2, Homeless, Janglo and WinWin for the hottest leads on Jerusalem rentals, my wife and I spent many an early summer’s evening scouring the countryside in hot pursuit of a well-lit, well-maintained, first floor, two-bedroom, accessible, affordable but not cheap place to hang our Tilley hats…”
To read more about our adventures in moving, click the link below to the complete essay as it appears in the Times of Israel: