|🟧 Title Type||Freehold|
|🟧 Quality Classification||High-end|
|🟧 Height Classification||Low-rise|
|🟧 Number of floors||2–3|
|🟧 Amenities||mosques, health care, schools and nurseries, exercise centers, post offices, eateries and neighbourhood basic need shops|
|🟧 Property Type||Villas, Townhouses|
|🟧 Project №||1943|
|🟧 Kid’s Facilities||Schools and nurseries, Kids play area|
|🟧 Sports Facilities||Exercise centers, Gym, Yoga area, Golf course|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||Community swimming pool|
|🟧 Apartment area||2099–2772 sq ft|
|🟧 Fully furnished||No|
|🟧 Maid's room||Yes|
Aquilegia is situated in the Akoya Oxygen community, located in Dubai. The neighborhood is surrounded by a luscious and green environment that supports the connection to nature. Akoya Oxygen is right next to the Umm Suqeim Expressway, which makes it easy to get to any part of the city. The location away from the city provides a calm and family-friendly character and the wide range of amenities on the territory offer everything one could wish for.
The Trump World Golf Club Dubai is an exclusive venue that is designed to offer golf enthusiasts everything their heart desires.
Akoya Oxygen offers a dedicated community center that houses retail facilities and high-end amenities. Other things that add to the comfort of residents include:
Although Akoya Oxygen is relatively far from the center of Dubai, the excellent road connections will help you get to any part of the city within 30 minutes.
Aquilegia at Akoya Oxygen consists of luxury townhouses and villas that are located in a green and secluded community.
Akoya Oxygen is a project of DAMAC Properties, a real estate development company from the UAE. Founded in 2002, the company has become one of the main players on the Dubai property market. The company has won a string of awards and has completed over 25.000 homes. DAMAC collaborates with high-end lifestyle brands to offer customers the most convenient and comfortable living conditions. Nowadays, the company is active in multiple countries, which include the UK, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and Qatar.