This newest sustainable community in Abu Dhabi is offering Spanish-inspired villas!
Jubail Island Investment Company has unveiled its designs for the first phase of villas currently under construction, offering Mediterranean-inspired living at the heart of Abu Dhabi’s newest sustainable community.
With four distinct styles to choose from, the villas provide a range of unique designs to suit buyers and are available for sale immediately. The developer has drawn inspiration from the historical styling of original Spanish haciendas, offering residents a contemporary, stylish and unique family residence amid a beautiful natural setting.
Taking design cues from traditional Spanish architecture such as overhanging terracotta pitched roofs, coloured external renders and classic Spanish metalwork, the villas represent an organic, luxurious and modern take on the hacienda. In addition to main entry courtyards, special features include towers concealing staircases, balconies, and colonnades as well as covered terraces – all adding the element of discovery, yet facilitating practical living spaces for modern families.
The Mediterranean-style villas will be offered across multiple villages in Jubail Island: Marfaa Al Jubail, Souk Al Jubail and Seef Al Jubail, and Nad Al Dhabi.
Mounir Haidar, managing director of Jubail Island Investment Company, said: “We are delighted to announce that our Mediterranean villas are on sale, providing families with a traditional design built to the most modern standards of construction using the best materials available.”
“Set amid Abu Dhabi’s outstanding natural beauty, discerning purchasers have the choice of four separate styles – yet each one connects luxury with the aesthetic of a true hacienda house. We set out to demonstrate a sense of Mediterranean architecture mixed with the luxurious, bespoke features that perfectly represent the vision of Jubail Island. These villas are perfect for families seeking a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary living,” stated Haidar.