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Elahiyeh Neighborhood | Live A Life In The Upper-class District In Tehran

About Elahiyeh; Tehran’s Luxury District

The Elahiyeh neighborhood is located in northern Tehran and is considered a wealthy and upper-class area. Both residential and business establishments may be found in the vicinity. It is teeming with the homes and places of business of a large number of politicians, diplomats, artists, and other ex-pats. Fereshteh Street, which has traditionally been the most costly street in Tehran, is the section of the neighborhood that is known for having the best and most comfy apartments. The most recent structures and a large number of trendy establishments, such as high-end boutiques and sophisticated bistros, can be found in this neighborhood.

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Elahiyeh neighborhood is considered to be one of the “most fashionable areas” in all of Tehran. This neighborhood is known for its extensive gardens and houses that have striking architectural elements. Due to the fact that it received the majority of mountain rainwater, this region of northern Tehran was possibly the greenest. The most stunning and picturesque garden vista in all from north Tehran might be seen at the highest point of Elahiyeh. This region is known for its pleasant climate, particularly during the spring and summer months. The neighborhood of Elahiyeh is located in close proximity to the district of Jordan. Both Shariati Street and Valiasr Street are easily accessible from here.

History of Elahiyeh Neighborhood

Elahiyeh was formerly a part of the Zargandeh area. Elahiyeh has a great climate owing to its location in Shemiranat, which is south of the Tajrish area. It was close to the Darband River and Tajrish Valley. Many lush gardens have sprouted up in Elahiyeh as a result of this adequate access to water supplies. Elahiyeh was formerly known as “Khorazin,” and Mohtaram al-Dawlah, Amin al-Dawlah’s wife, owned this territory. Mirza Jafar Hakim Elahi made three separate purchases of six properties in Khorazin in 1869. This region is called Elahiyeh because Mirza Jafar Hakim Elahi purchases these properties from the Tajrishi heirs of Mirza Hossein and Mulla Mohammad Ali.

Features That Separate Elahiyeh Neighborhood From Others

Elahiyeh has pleasant weather, and the fact that twelve embassies have chosen to set up headquarters here is a testament to the area’s prestige. This neighborhood has a relatively high concentration of office buildings. In terms of climate and opportunities for making a living, Elahiyeh is among the most desirable areas in the northern part of Tehran. This region is home to the majority of embassies, diplomats, and a large number of celebrities. The majority of the property in this neighborhood was formerly owned by Fakhr ol Dowleh, who was reputed to be the wealthiest lady in Iran during her lifetime and was the daughter of Mozaffareddin Shah Qajar.

Elahiyeh Landscape

Fereshteh street is home to the majority of Elahiyeh’s most popular eating establishments, retail establishments, and places to go for entertainment. Elahiyeh is separated from the surrounding districts by the majestic towers, which are rather tall. Elahiyeh can be found directly next to Tajrish square, and it provides direct access to both Valiasr street and Shariati street to the west and east, respectively. Find out more information about the Elahiyeh neighborhood in Tehran and look at available rental properties on tehranoffers.com.

Popular Parts of Elahiyeh

Fereshte Street, Pol-e Rumi, Dr. Hesabi Museum, and the Iranian Music Museum are in this area. Also, the embassies of Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, Malaysia, Egypt, the Russian Embassy Garden, the German Embassy Garden, and the Turkish Embassy Garden are located in this neighborhood.

  • Fereshteh Street: One of the streets in Tehran, which may also be referred to as Morteza Fayazi Street, is called Fereshteh Street. It can be found in the Elahiyeh neighborhood. Fereshte Street begins from the junction of Valiasr Street and the Parkway in the west and continues all the way to the Pol-e Rumi in the east of the city. The Sadr metro station is the nearest stop along the public transportation route that provides access to this street
  • Pol-e Rumi: Both the neighborhood and the bridge that bears the name Pol-e Rumi (Rumi Bridge) are located in the Shemiran region to the north of Tehran city. This bridge spans the Maqsoodbek river and links the Elahiyeh area with Shariati Street
  • Jordan Street: Jordan Street or Nelson Mandela Street, which is also known as Africa Street, is one of the popular and famous streets of Elahiyeh
  • Takhti Street: Takhti Street, which used to be called Jhaleh Street, was the residence of Pahlavan Takhti, the most prominent Iranian wrestler, and is considered one of the main streets in the Elahiyeh neighborhood of Tehran

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Fereshteh Street; The Street of Angel

It is home to the most expensive real estate in all of Tehran, with an average price of $1,442 per square meter, making it similar in price to Beverly Hills, California. Additionally, the clubhouses of the embassies of Russia, Turkey, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Belgium, Iceland, Cuba, and Finland are all located here. Fereshteh Street, which has traditionally been the most costly street in Tehran, is the section of the neighborhood that is known for having the highest amenities.

The most recent structures and a large number of trendy establishments, such as high-end malls and sophisticated coffee shops, can be found in this neighborhood. Fereshteh used to be one of the quietest, most peaceful, and greenest parts of northern Tehran, with vast gardens; however, it has seen significant development and real estate investment.

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Now, Fereshteh is one of the most chaotic yet greenest parts of northern Tehran. During the height of this boom, many of the enormous gardens and big homes in this neighborhood were demolished to make way for the trendiest high rises, which resulted in a significant increase in the population of this region. Because of this, the tight lanes around this region have become problematic, and as a result, the surrounding traffic often becomes gridlocked in the evenings.

Popular Malls and Amenities In Elahiyeh Neighborhood

In Tehran, Iran, to the north of Nelson Mandela Boulevard, there is an ancient mansion called Sabet Pasal. It is Tehran’s most significant historical building and is known as the “Stone Palace” and “Iran’s palace of Versailles.” The wealthy Iranian businessman Habibollah Sabet, better known as Sabet Pasal, who founded Iran’s first television station, owned the mansion. During the Iranian Revolution, the Mostazafan Foundation took control of the palace, and Ali Ansari, managing director of Ayandeh Bank, finally acquired ownership of it. Here is the list of amenities in Elahiyeh.

  • Sam Center Mall
  • Queen Center Mall
  • Elahiyeh Namad
  • Akhtar Hospital
  • Sina Clinic
  • Jamali Clinic
  • Nikan Boy School
  • Farabi High School
  • Roshd-e Nuo Girl School
  • MehrAein Girl School
  • Cinema Museum
  • Hesabi Museum

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Dr. Hesabi Museum

One of Tehran’s museums, the Dr. Hesabi Museum, was constructed in 1992 at the site of the late renowned Iranian scientist Dr. Hesabi’s home. It is on Maqsoodbeyk Street, formerly known as Hesabi Crossroads in the Elahiyeh neighborhood that Mahmoud Hesabi’s personal items, scientific and educational records, medals, certificates, and historical photographs are on display. The museum is housed in a building that was constructed in 1930 and is on the third floor. This location exhibits Dr. Hesabi’s manner of living in addition to the building itself, which is historic and worth visiting, and the things that are on display at the museum.

Dr Mahmoud Hesabi Museum

You may view the modifications Dr. Hesabi made to his home to make things simpler for his vision-handicapped wife or his creative reuse of broken objects at this museum. Iraj Hesabi, Mahmoud Hesabi’s son, is in charge of overseeing the operation of this museum. The Mahmoud Hesabi Museum is divided into two areas that are now in process: the cultural portion, which is in charge of publishing Mahmoud Hesabi’s writings, and the scientific section, which is concerned with the life and scientific work of Dr. Hesabi. The museum’s administration said in 2008 that it would host 200 to 300 university projects in addition to 100 high school ones.

Elahiyeh Neighborhood Access by Metro

The majority of the districts in Tehran’s first district are confined to residential structures and do not have direct access to the subway, but Elahiyeh has the finest connection, making it one of the few communities in the area with excellent access to the metro. It is regarded as having robust public transit. The following are the metro stops that are closest to Elahiyeh:

  • Qeytariyeh metro station
  • Shahid Sadr Metro Station
  • Tajrish metro station

The finest access to public transit and BRT bus lines has been made possible by Valiasr and Shariati streets, which lie on each side of this area. These lines, coupled with the Parkway bus terminal and the Parkway taxi terminal, have greatly facilitated the use of public transit by the locals of this area.

TehranOffers; To Buy and Rent Properties In Elahiyeh

At TehranOffers, we seek to facilitate the process of buying or renting a house for foreigners, ex-pats, and diplomats in Tehran. Having direct connections with the developers of residential projects in the Elahiye area, we are ready to provide any type of service regarding buying and renting houses in the best areas of Tehran.

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