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Eagle Hills releases eight villas for sale at Fujairah Beach

Abu Dhabi-based developer Eagle Hills has released eight villas for sale at Fujairah Beach ahead of the development’s December 2019 completion date

The units include two and three-bedroom villas and townhouses.
The units include two and three-bedroom villas and townhouses.

Abu Dhabi-based developer Eagle Hills has released eight villas for sale at Fujairah Beach ahead of the development’s December 2019 completion date.

Fujairah Beach comprises 80 villas and townhouses and 167 guest rooms in the Palace Fujairah Beach Hotel.

The units range from 1,520 to 2,140 sqt in size, and include two and three-bedroom villas and townhouses and will be part of the only gated residential community in Fujairah to offer direct beach access.

The project will also offer amenities including a central garden, a jogging and bike track, a gym, a swimming pool, and a children’s play area.

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Low Ping, CEO of Eagle Hills, said: “Today, we have taken a major step toward bringing premium beachfront living to this unique part of Fujairah, which is set to become the beating heart of the Emirate.

“At Fujairah Beach, we are providing residents with the best of both worlds by placing them on the beach yet still within the city, which will offer a highly convenient and connected lifestyle while also providing a full range of leisure and recreation opportunities.”

 

Once complete, the Fujairah Beach development will also feature the new Palace Fujairah Beach hotel, which will be managed by the Address Hotels + Resorts brand.

The hotel will offer a health club, cafes, dining outlets, separate pools for adults and children, and meeting venues.

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