Immobilier: Reem Island’s à Abu Dhabi – photos
Reem Island’s propose sa première villa à louer sur l’île de Reem à Abu Dhabi. Reem Island est une île naturelle à 600 mètres au large de la côte de l’île d’Abu Dhabi. Les projets immobiliers qui se développent sur l’île, sont disponibles aux étrangers qui souhaitent acquérir un bien sur cette île. On y trouve, notamment, Sorouh Real Estate, Reem Investments et Tamouh pour les promoteurs.
Plusieurs projets à vocation résidentielles et commerciales ont vu le jour. Découvrez les photos de ces villas, ci-dessous.
The 42 three, four and five bedroom luxury villas in the development called Nalaya, come with beach access, private clubhouse and swimming pool.
The estate, which is managed by First Gulf Properties, is one of the first completed parts of the entire 650-hectare Najmat master plan which is set to also include a marina, two schools, a hospital, shops and offices.
The estate in Najmat Abu Dhabi, built by master developer Reem Developers, comprises 10 three-bedroom villas, 20 four-bedroom villas and 12 five-bedroom villas, all of which have access to a private beach and many of which overlook the sparkling waters of the Arabian Sea as well as natural mangroves.
Rents range between a staggering Dh330,000 and Dh450,000 a year. Pictured, the community clubhouse, pool and beach.
The largest villas, spread over 4,050 square feet, include a two-storey Balinese-style internal courtyard which tenants can fill with shrubs and trees and which is visible throughout the large open villa.
The villas all have direct beach access and sea views, include a large balcony, private outdoor patio and garden as well as the usual features of en suite bathrooms, built in cupboards, large kitchens and a maid’s room.
These are then only leasable villas to be built on Reem Island.
Reem Developers has set its rents not far below the most expensive in Abu Dhabi, which are currently located on Saadiyat Island.
The final water connections were completed last week, and leasing is to start next week.
According to the latest report from Cluttons, brokers expect rents in Abu Dhabi to fall by an average of between 5 and 7 per cent before the end of the year.