Jumeirah Golf Estates ReadyLime Tree Valley AED 9,000,000
- 5 beds
- 5,499 sq. ft.
Mediterranean villas by the golf course
If you are a lover of the rolling greens and admire tranquil living, Jumeirah Golf Estates is the place for your luxury home. Home to the DP World Tour ‘Race to Dubai’ golf tournament, the area hosts two world-class championship golf courses, teamed with a lovely clubhouse and excellent leisure facilities.
The Country Club spans 130,000 sqft and is home to a luxurious spa, an array of signature restaurants, golf academy, tennis academy, first-class shopping, conference space, and various other recreational facilities. Owners of the villas will receive unlimited access to the Country Club along with an entitlement of the Golf membership. Banquet facilities will also be available for up to 250 people, along with an events area for up to 400 guests overlooking both Earth and Fire courses.
Lime Tree Valley consists of eight distinct villas, namely: Castellon, Zaragoza, Almeria, Girona, Granada, Tarragona, Valencia and Murcia. All the villas are developed to ensure views of the golf course or park areas and are designed to limit excessive heat gain for the hot summer months. Designed in a Mediterranean style, all villas feature a ground timber floor with an en-suite study or guest bedroom, two automatic door car garages, breakfast rooms attached to the kitchen, a family/ TV room on the upper floor, maid’s room and staff rooms in Granada and Tarragona, walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, separate thermostat control in every room, terracotta ceramic tiling with granite, timber floored master bedroom, fire alarm systems, walk-in showers, thermal blockwork, covered terraces and pergolas. These villas also have roofs finished with clay tiles and external facades to create the Mediterranean feel.
Golf is more than just a sport - it's a way of life. And for the residents of Dubai's fabulous Jumeirah Goilf Estates, located adjacent to the Emirates Road, life suits them down to a tee. Divided into four world-class golf courses named after the natural elements - fire, earth, wind and water -...Learn more