Villa on Dubai Palm Jumeirah with “1600-Year-Old Olive Tree” Sells in DH128 Million

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1600-Year-Old Olive Tree

On The Terrace Of This Signature Villa On Frond G, There Is A 1,600-Year-Old Olive Tree.

The Palm Jumeirah continues to bring in deals worth more than Dh100 Million. The most recent one brought in DH 128 M for a Signature Villa on Frond G. According to reports, this one on the Palm’s Frond G stretch is the most expensive. The seller was B1 Properties. Atlantis the Royal Residences’ penthouse recently sold for Dh163 Million. Making sure that super-premium properties in Dubai continue to attract buyers who will pay top dollar.

Along with all newest amenities, the “Framed Allure” Signature Villa also has a 1600-year-old olive tree just on the terrace. The goal of the designer was to reconcile “the internal and external environments” and “modern and traditional living.”

According to Babak Jafari, from of B1 Properties, It is one of the very few properties that blended seamlessly indoors and outdoors with sophistication. While defying traditional norms in respect to the geometric style of the façade.  Alpago Properties built villa, which is also developing a collection of villas on Frond G, also known as “Billionaires Row.”

The house has three stories and is ready for habitation. Emre Arolat, the architect, designed the over 19,240 sq. ft. enclosed space. CK Designers & architects designed the interiors, and Neo Light Design served as the lighting consultant.

According to Arolat, “the building has a strong geometric language, and the metals used to add to the impression of subdued solidity.” “The three-story high reception area marks the center of the house in aspects of circulation while also framing a view of the sea.  All the en-suite bedrooms have additional study space, hobby areas to views of the sea. As well as intermediate spaces and gardens, the website states.

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