Damac Properties has announced the launch of a series of new three-bedroom villas at its Akoya Oxygen master development in Dubailand.
The company on Saturday said the Akoya Fresh villas have been targeted at young professional couples and families with a starting price of Dh1.2 million, which is payable over three years.
Each villa will have separate kitchen and living areas, and its own back yard. They also come with a plot deed for the accompanying land.
“These villas are very suitably-priced for young couples wishing to purchase their first home in Dubai,” said Tim Fallon, the vice-president of corporate communications for Damac Properties. “At this price, a new home-seeker would have the choice to own a villa in a thriving golf community and all of its benefits rather than buying an apartment.”
Akoya Oxygen is a 55-million-square foot masterplanned community off Al Qudra Road. The project is home to a Trump World Golf Club with a course designed by Tiger Woods, a man-made rainforest and an entertainment district know as Vista Lux.
Akoya Fresh is one of a number of recent project launches of budget accommodation aimed at younger buyers at Akoya Oxygen. This month, the firm launched another series of three-bedroom villas for Dh1.2m called Akoya Selfie, and last month it unveiled three-bedroom villas known as Akoya Imagine 2.0 for Dh999,999. In August, it also announced the sale of Akoya Imagine land plots from Dh600,000.
The Akoya Fresh properties will go on sale at the Four Seasons Jumeirah hotel in Dubai and at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi from midday on Monday.
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