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Dubai Properties unveils Phase 2 at Villanova

Villas in La Quinta will have two to three shaded car parks as well as an additional outdoor area, perfect for socialising and family time

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Master developer, Dubai Properties (DP), announced the launch of La Quinta, the second phase of the Villanova residential master community, in Dubailand.

The premium three-, four-, five-, and five plus-bedroom independent La Quinta villas range in size from 204m2 to 359m2, offering families in Dubai the choice of larger villas, a growing segment in the market.

Villas in La Quinta will have two to three shaded car parks as well as an additional outdoor area, perfect for socialising and family time. Inspired by Mediterranean and Portuguese architecture, the villas are set amidst lush gardens complete with walking and biking trails, intersecting pedestrian-only linear parks, and fountains.

Masood Al Awar, chief commercial officer at Dubai Properties, said: “La Quinta is a residential neighbourhood that is specifically designed to accommodate larger families who require in excess of three bedrooms. We have seen a strong demand for this category of family homes following the successful handover completion of Phase 2 of our master-planned community Mudon at Dubailand; the demand is also reflected in the high resale transactions in the secondary market.

”This new launch will invariably enhance the market dynamics in the family accommodation segment and we anticipate a strong uptake for all the units launched for sale.”

The large Villanova master plan comprises of smaller neighbourhoods of 150-250 units and multiple recreational facilities, each one including a pool house, children’s play areas, BBQ zones, picnic lawns and basketball court, as well as other community-wide facilities like mosques, retail outlets with outdoor seating and more.

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