A husband and wife who have lived in a rural farmhouse for the past 12 years, as well as their children, say they have found a great home for their two small children in this modest town in Israel’s Hadera region.
The couple have two small dogs and a cat.
In fact, the family’s home has a small but pleasant garden with a swimming pool, a horse-drawn cart, a small pond, a dog run and a large stone house.
The home, located in the small town of Nablus, was built on the property of the family, who owns the property, which is about 40 meters (164 yards) by 120 meters (450 feet) by 180 meters (1,200 feet) on a hilltop.
The farmhouse, built by the Israeli-American couple’s grandparents in the early 1900s, is located about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from the main town of Haderah.
The house itself is located next to a large hill and is surrounded by a fence and the city of Nabi Saleh.
The property is currently under the ownership of a local family, but the owners have not yet decided to sell it.
In an interview with Haaretz, the husband, who has been in the field for a number of years, explained that they have been looking for a suitable home for the children, who are five and four years old, and for themselves.
The family has a dog, he said.
In a country where the average age of the population is 18, the owners are extremely satisfied with their home, he added.
The home also has a garden, which the husband enjoys gardening.
The family also has an interest in animal husbandry, and they are interested in learning how to raise their animals.
They also hope to learn how to breed their pets, which they have already begun.
The couple plans to continue to live in the farmhouse with their two dogs and cats, he explained.
The husband also plans to keep the animals in their own backyard and make a small garden for them.
While the farm house is a relatively small place, the couple said it is a great place to raise and educate their children.
They are also happy to learn about farming, which, they said, is a rewarding experience for both their children and themselves.
While living in the rural village, they have had no problems raising the animals, the wife said.
“We have raised dogs, chickens, turkeys, goats, cows, sheep, turkey and sheep and goat, we even raised pigs,” she said.
While she has not had a chance to go outside the house to feed them, she has enjoyed the experience.
“It is a good environment for them to learn and develop,” she added.
The husband said that he had no problem with the neighbors and was happy to live with them.
“I am happy to be able to work in the fields, so I have not complained about the environment, ” he said, adding that he hopes that his children will be able enjoy the farm as well.
“They will grow up in a good home,” he added, adding, “I am ready for anything.”