Emaar puts luxury homes on market

Emaar Properties has unveiled its Golf Homes in Arabian Ranches. The development, located on the fairways of a golf course, sets new standards in luxury living, according to the developer.

Emaar Properties has unveiled its Golf Homes in Arabian Ranches. The development, located on the fairways of a golf course, sets new standards in luxury living, according to the developer.

The community features only 18 homes, which will be auctioned off to customers this week.

The 18 Golf Homes are designed in three styles - Hacienda, Suncadia and Castilla - featuring Arabian and Spanish architectural elements. The Castilla Homes are 868.31m² in size and consist of rooms wrapped around terraces, a verandah, courtyard and an entry court with a central fountain.

Covering 641m², the Hacienda Homes have over 10 rooms, reception courtyard, grand dinning room, three terraces, two gallerias and windows set around two living rooms.

Suncadia Homes are two-floor villas with a wrap-around promenade, an entry tower and entry arcade. The 18 hole, par-72 desert-style Arabian Ranches Golf Course has been designed by Ian Baker-Finch and Nicklaus Design.

Saif Al Mansoori, sales director, Emaar Properties, said: "The Golf Homes at Arabian Ranches is an unmatched villa community, and is positioned as a premium residential destination in Dubai.

The sheer spaciousness of the homes, the design excellence and the spectacular location offer potential investors a prized home in Arabian Ranches, an established residential neighbourhood.

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