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If you trawl the UAE real estate market, you would notice that its parched desert landscapes bear the brilliant ideas of the rulers’ visions and dreams. Real estate districts with modern and creative amenities and facilities have sprouted all over the emirates and continue to do so.
Some of the existing and under-construction structures are high-end addresses boasting beautiful uninterrupted vistas. One of these is District One, a freehold and the first project within the Mohammed bin Rashid (MBR) City that is located close to the Meydan Racecourse.
Investors can choose from the many options available at District One, where they can own their dream home amidst a lush-green neighbourhood and sparkling waters for the ultimate luxury living experience. The community promises privacy and security within a dynamic city.
Modern Arabic, Mediterranean and contemporary villas and mansions will dot a sprawling expanse of green. Interestingly, buyers are given 45 floor plan choices and four to eight-room options within the four phases.
Inspired by nature, the homes are designed in resort style with living areas that open to private gardens and with direct access to the beaches.
The extravagant community is planned to exude unparalleled exclusivity surrounded by wooded courts, man-made beaches, lagoons, a waterpark and parks.
It will offer a wide range of sports and fitness facilities like basketball and tennis courts, jogging and cycling tracks, a football field and horse trails, among others. Retail shops, entertainment centres and dining outlets will also dot the development.
District One is located within three kilometres of Dubai’s entertainment, commercial and business hubs. Within the city but far removed from its rush and distractions, it is the ideal location for those looking for an idyllic environment.
• MBR City is a mixed-use development backdropped by Downtown Dubai
• District One is the first among a number of developments within MBR City
• Houses will come in contemporary, modern Arabic and Mediterranean styles
Source: Alfred Ocianas, Special to Properties
The writer is a freelancer