There are not enough superlatives to describe Idan's hosting and the apartment. The space is lovely and expansive. The kitchen is very ample and well equipped. A warm and inviting place to come home to over the month I spent there.
A few caveats: you must either like plants or be willing to overcome your antipathy or indifference toward them in order to live here responsibly. (About 5-10 minutes of work per day). I am not a plant person. They typically sense my presence and begin to die despite my most benevolent attentions. But Idan's plants survived me and I even found myself enjoying caring for them.
The internet is slow. If you need super-fast uploading or downloading capability, you will be frustrated. But I imagine for most casual surfers, it is perfectly adequate. (I believe for a few shekels a month, this could be a powerful upgrade to the Airbnb experience).
The neighborhood is not for everyone. It is the epicenter of the Eritrean, Philippino and Sudanese communities in Israel: dirty, chaotic, fascinating and lively. I love the area. Many will not. But if you do not, the apartment, brilliantly located for local and national travel, is an oasis.
To sum up: superb and highly recommended.