One-bed 'standard' home priced at a cool Dh3 million

Seventh Heaven will have a a six-star resort, retail village with a floating market. (Supplied)

Al Barari, a master community of opulent villas, in Dubailand, is going for expansion.

The second phase of Seventh Heaven, which comprises 157 homes, including duplexes, penthouses, sky villas; and garden homes with private pools on the terrace and access to manicured gardens if located on the ground floor, will go for sale on Feb 2.

A one-bed ‘standard’ home will cost Dh3 million. Standard homes ranges from one- to three-bed units, starting from 2,000 square feet up to 3,850 square feet.

“Seventh Heaven is a continuation of the Al Barari vision to create a community set in the natural environment.
“The design of each home has been carefully constructed so that you are always visually connected to the landscape, whether it be at garden or tree-line level,” said Mohammed Zaal, Chief Executive Officer, Al Barari.

Exclusive homes will vary from one- to four bedrooms starting from 2,970 square foot up to 6,600 square foot. No prices were given for sky villas.

Property prices in Dubai rose by over 20 per cent in 2013 and is expected to rise by another 10 to 15 per cent this year.
International properties consultancies have stated that there is high demand for luxury apartments and villas in the emirate due to its safe haven status.

According to the developer, the architectural design of Seventh Heaven features takes inspiration from the rugged mountains on the country’s coastline.

Hong Kong-based 10 Design is the architect of the new phase.

Seventh Heaven extends the established community at the Al Barari estate, which includes Al Barari residences and The Reserve villas as well as Body Language, their signature health and fitness centre, and eatery, The Farm.

In future, Seventh Heaven will have a six-star resort, retail village with a floating market, dining venues and a creative hub.
 

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