About the Project
New Oranim is a beautiful, vibrant young neighborhood located in the center of Karnei Shomron, near the Ginot Shomron neighborhood and in the heart of a spectacular and expansive pine grove. The neighborhood’s residential complex includes about 200 housing units in luxury buildings,
4-5-story terraced buildings, which on one side look out over a green and breathtaking landscape.
The selection of apartments is varied and rich, and includes spacious 3-6-room apartments ranging in size from 80m² to 140m² + large balconies/spacious gardens..
Starting from 1,188,000 NIS
Karnei Shomron is a prosperous yishuv with a heterogeneous community that brings together the diverse elements from across the entire spectrum of the Israeli Zionist population while maintaining maximum mutual respect and quality of life for religious and secular alike. According to CBS (Central Bureau of Statistics) data, as of the end of 2018, 7,713 residents were resident in Karnei Shomron across 5 neighborhoods: Ginot Shomron, Neve Menachem and Karnei Shomron – the most prominent among them, and two other neighborhoods: Alonei Shiloh and Ramat Gilad.
Residents of the New Oranim neighborhood located in the heart of the yishuv enjoy all the good it has to offer along with an established infrastructure of cultural and leisure centers that include
a sports club and community center, pool, gym, Scouts and Bnei Akiva chapters, gymboree for children and a variety of other activities. At the shopping center located near New Oranim, you will enjoy the services of banks, health funds, pharmacies and Social Security, as well as a wide variety of shops, restaurants and businesses.
As part of the overall goal of the community – to strengthen the education system from infancy to old age – Karnei Shomron has branded itself as the largest educational center in Samaria. Among other things you will find 4 daycare centers, 19 kindergartens, 4 therapeutic kindergartens, 4 elementary schools, a Midrasha for girls, 2 yeshiva high-schools and the Karnei Shomron hesder yeshiva.