Les appartements en bord de mer de Hidd Al Saadiyat (Abu Dhabi)

Hidd Al Saadiyat  immobilier abu dhabiTrès prochainement, les résidents de Hidd Al Saadiyat seront les seuls personnes habilitées à gambader sur sept kilomètres de plages privées à travers les 461 habitations. Un privilège assez rare de nos jours.
Le projet est situé sur la côte nord-ouest de l’île de Saadiyat, un arc de 9 km de sable blanc immaculé. Le développement devrait comprendre des hôtels cinq étoiles et des stations internationales avec cette communauté résidentielle, qui va profiter de la beauté naturelle qui l’entoure, tout en restant sensible à l’écosystème intact de l’île. La communauté disposera de zones commerciales et de divertissement haut de gamme, et les villas ont été conçues avec ce paramètre à l’esprit. Un certain nombre de types de villas ont été présentées pour ajouter de la variété au projet, alliant contemporain, moderne, et les styles méditerranéens.

A l’intérieur des unités disposent d’espaces ouverts pour assurer la continuité du mouvement du formel à des zones de la famille. Coulissantes ouvertures avec de grandes fenêtres afin de maximiser la lumière du soleil et les vues. Profitant pleinement de l’emplacement en bord de plage, les villas disposent d’un jardin à l’arrière directement sur la plage avec une deuxième façade à la mer. Conformément au mode de vie sur mesure de l’île de Saadiyat, le matériel utilisé pour ces villas augmente la qualité de ces produits. Un produit immobilier hors norme et original dans la région d’Abu dhabi. Découvrez les photos de ces superbes produits, ci-dessous.

Prices range from Dh7.2 million to about Dh40m. Outside view of the type 4 seven bedroom villa at Hidd Al Saadiyat.

Hidd Al Saadiyat is located on a long thin spit of land at the far end of the capital’s cultural district Saadiyat Island.

An aerial view of Hidd Al Saadiyat on Saadiyat Island. Project manager LEED has built a series of stone flood defences to enable the homes to be built along the beach without fear of them getting washed away. Flood defences also include a long groyne of rock which means that the sand from further up the island is retained.

The largest villas in Hidd Al Saadiyat measure more than 29,000 square feet. Pictured is a seven bedroom villa.

Some of the largest villas in the development have been custom built with 2,000 square metre basements including salons, barber shops and private cinemas.

Construction of a second phase including a marina for 110 boats is currently under way. Pictured, the inside view of the type 4 seven bedroom villa

SDIC says it has sold all but around 50 of the villas in the first phase of the project. However, the majority of those left are the ones in the cheaper price bracket because it has built more of them.

The bathroom in the type 8 four bedroom villa. Measuring 4,725 square feet on a 6,780 square foot plot it includes a reasonably sized garden and a barbecue deck. The bedrooms are all en-suite with a sizeable rain shower and wet room in the master bathroom and all the bedrooms include large built in cupboards.

The drawing room in the type 4 seven bedroom villa.

The four-bed villa includes a maid’s room, a double garage and the kitchen is fully fitted to include Miele appliances and the house is fitted with whizzy controls which enables its inhabitants to remotely change the temperature and lighting and even open the curtains.

One of the bathrooms in the type 4 seven bedroom villa.

All villas come with a partial sea view.

The kitchen in the type 4 seven bedroom villa.

This week the developer announced that the project’s key infrastructure work was nearly finished with all the underground services including water, sewerage and electrical cables installed., All electrical substations and lifting stations are completed, the main roads have all been paved and all light pole bases and electrical cables have been fitted

The four-bed villa includes a maid’s room, a double garage and the kitchen is fully fitted to include Miele appliances and the house is fitted with whizzy controls which enables its inhabitants to remotely change the temperature and lighting and even open the curtains.