An elite collection of townhouses inspired by the Mediterranean
The project's architecture combines the lightness of traditional Mediterranean housing, the brevity of minimalism, and some hints at ethno-futurism. Each townhouse is a perfectly balanced work of art: monolithic white panels intertwine perfectly with accent elements made of wood, and ornamental grilles on the windows develop the theme of unity with nature. All architectural details add up to a harmonious pattern, one that exudes tranquility and self-sufficiency.
The collection includes two-story and three-story urban villas with 4 or 5 bedrooms. The area of the buildings ranges from 2,286 to 3,470 square meters. Spacious rooms will provide ample personal space for each family member, while the combined living and dining rooms will become a favorite place for unhurried leisure. The layouts of all townhouses include courtyards with patios and lots of greenery — a place for you to relax and watch your favorite TV series, arrange family dinners, or gather friends for a barbecue. The five-bedroom versions include an additional floor that will house a large terrace and a maid's room. Master bedrooms have access to a private balcony.
The main material of the finishing is wood, which is lavishly used in pieces of furniture, wall panels, doors, and various decorative elements. Thanks to the abundance of this component, the interiors become cozy, airy even: nothing here shackles the eye or the soul. The combination of soft pastel tones, natural materials, and smooth lines creates a comfortable space that is equally suitable for concentrated work and long-awaited rest.
The influence of Andalusia's sunny expanses is felt not only in architecture but also in landscape design. The Marbella townhouses are surrounded by a beautiful garden in which Arab palm trees blend wonderfully with olives and even European varieties of trees — step outside the door and enter an enthralling kingdom of nature. secluded paths that form an ideal route for reflection and quiet contemplation. Along major roads, there are shops and boutiques where you can buy everything you need at any time.
The center of the new community's social life will be a large pond with sandy beaches, recreation areas, and quiet corners allowing to hide from prying eyes. Here, you can set the pace for productive weekdays and arrange short-distance swims every morning, bask in the sun, lazily splash in the water, or make new acquaintances — and then go out on picnics with new friends. Variety is the spice of life, and in Marbella, it will be provided by live flamenco performances.
The Marbella townhouses are part of the Damac Lagoons area, which boasts easy access to Dubai's key automobile networks. The Hessa Street highway is close at hand. It provides quick access to major highways such as Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, Emirates Road, and Al Khail Road. It will take only half an hour to get to the coastal area of Dubai Marina and the legendary Palm Jumeirah. The same amount of time will allow you to get to the Downtown area that features the famous Burj Khalifa skyscraper and Dubai Mall, the world's largest retail center.