Casa in Arabian Ranches, a unique architectural concept of a truly exclusive lifestyle.
In the Arabian Ranches 2 community, residents can enjoy a quiet and peaceful life. Here you can feel the eternal breath of the desert. The Moroccan-style villas are surrounded by lush green landscaped gardens. There are many useful infrastructure objects inside the community as well as in the neighboring areas. The path to the city center will take about half an hour.
The complex consists of long rows of neat 2-storey villas, of light beige color, which is associated with sand. Flat, duo-pitch or hip roofs of red tile - here you can find any option to your taste. Spacious terraces provide a zest to the exterior of the buildings. Arches, domes and mosaic elements show beauty and vitality.
On the vast territory, there are shops so that you can make the necessary purchases without having to go far from home. You can have a cup of coffee or a light meal in the cozy cafe and kids will love the well-equipped playgrounds. The wonderful pools provide inhabitants with coolness and the opportunity to relax. There are safe children's pools for kids as well. The park is a great place for family walks, and at the barbecue areas you can gather with friends for a fun party. There is also covered parking plus additional places for visitors’ as well as a high-level modern security system. Residents can play golf at the community’s course or have a drink at the bar.
There are villas with 3 or 4 bedrooms that vary from approximately 3150 to 3600 sq ft. The walls of each house are made of special thermo-resistant materials, and the air-conditioning system is installed inside, making life at home comfortable and pleasant.
Emaar Properties has more than 100 projects on its record since 1997, when it was founded. Casa is the first post-crisis community. Despite the unfavorable forecasts, the company managed to implement it at the proper level.
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