Nakheel brings a water-front community to the heart of the desert with Jumrieah Islands, a 300 hectares residential development created with families in mind. Here, an array of home types (mentioned below) are surrounded by lush landscaping, winding canals, dynamic water falls and lagoons, all located in this prestigious district.
Jumeirah Islands is an upscale and exclusive self-contained complex of 46 clusters within man-made islands spread across an area of 300 hectares.
The development is situated on east of the Sheikh Zayed Road, between Interchanges 5 and 6 ideal location of travelling to neighboring Abu Dhabi or within Dubai. 5 minutes drive to Ibn Batutta Mall, 10 minutes to the Beach, Dubai Marina and Marina Mall, 10 minutes drive to Emirates Mall an ideal location with fantastic access to and from.
The intricate real estate project comprises a total of 736, four and five-bedroom villas designed along four core themes.
Jumeirah Islands’ themed villas offer a mix of architectural styles drawn from all over the world and reflect the international influence in Dubai.
Each villa is detached features a private swimming pool and garden, unique architecture, exceptional choice, Inspiring surroundings. Lush landscaping, quaint walkway bridges and cycling paths enhance this residential retreat. Jumeirah Islands is without a doubt a truly stunning project.
The designs of the villas are portrayed under four core themes:
The islands are separated into 46 clusters. Each cluster comprises 16 individually styled villas.
All villas are passed through a rigorous customer feedback process that addresses homeowner concerns. The process is managed by teams of dedicated craftsman that complete all necessary adjustments.
To add to the development there are retail areas and a dedicated clubhouse for residents of the Jumeirah Islands. Having the following amenities:
A supermarket, Coffee shop, ATM machine, Laundry, Flower shop, Health Club with restaurants and gymnasium, Parks, Tennis courts, Children’s play area
Lakes form such an integral part of the Jumeirah Islands, with a land to water ratio of 23/77, that it is believed to be the highest in the world.
The water is pumped from the sea and its salinity ensures against it containing larvae or insect infestations. The water body is recycled on a daily basis and is in constant flow via underground pipelines.
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