Thursday, September 13, 2007

Bavaria launches its Sandoval townhouses in Jumeirah Village

Baveria sadowal townhouses in Jumeirah, Dubai
Bavaria Gulf, a German boutique developer, has revealed the launch of Phase I of its first realty project in the Emirate, the Sandoval Townhouses, at Jumeirah Village. This project signals the German firm's foray into the Dubai property sector.

The Chairman of Bavaria Gulf, Dr. Shahriar Daneshoo, mentioned that the under-explored mid-segment in Dubai has high potential and continued buoyancy and that the property sector is sure to witness twice or thrice the current growth during the next five to seven years.

He continued to add that the properties in Dubai are moderately priced as against those in other international cities, and hence one can expect a constant appreciation in property prices during the coming years.

As revealed by him, the Phase I of the Bavaria Gulf's project will comprise of 36 townhouses. The second and third phases include a total of 260 apartments, which will be announced later during the year. Each of the 36 scrupulously designed townhouses will be separately TUeV-certified. TUeV is one of the most independent and trusted quality evaluators in the world.

The approximate price for the residential units will begin fromDh.1.88 million.
Raymond Lefevre, the Bavaria Gulf General Manager explained that Sandoval, being one of the best developments in Jumeirah Village, the company plans to introduce the stringent German standards to the region, at an affordable price, particularly targeting the mid-segment market in Dubai.

  • Family friendly designed floorplans
  • 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom townhouses
  • Extra maid and family room
  • Original German brands and products
  • Energy saving green concept
  • Sizes from 2,747 sq.ft. to 4,157 Sq.ft.
  • Independent German quality control with quality certificate for each unit
  • Choice of custom design interiors
He told that Bavaria instills confidence among the buyers by providing copies of original product specifications and agreements, and give them a sense of security during the course of signing the ownership deal. Hence the customers can remain confident that all the materials that are used in the projects have long life and need low maintenance.

Each of the Sandoval homes are expected to have original German/European brands as fittings and appliances. The homeowners will also get the opportunity to choose from the custom-designed interiors. Certain additional features include shaded balconies, extra storage space, and walk-in wardrobes. Only insulated building material will be used for saving energy. The houses will be provided with bay windows and sunlight shaft so as to ensure that the natural light provides a bright and spacious ambience.

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