National Properties, a subsidiary of National Bonds Corporation, announced on Friday that the entire first phase of its renowned Andalusia Collection has been sold and delivered in only 18 days.
The Collection, which forms part of the renowned “The Villa” project in Dubai, consists of 69 premium villas to be released in three phases, with the first phase comprised of 31 villas already sold out and keys handed over to 31 customers.
Phase 2, consisting of 16 villas, went on sale February 1 and with consumer demand already high, it is expected to be sold out just as quickly as Phase 1.
“The success of the Andalusia Collection has emanated from our vision to deliver high-end real estate on par with international standards right here in Dubai,” said Mohammed Qasim Al Ali, General Manager of National Properties. “We are delighted to be fulfilling that vision, by successfully delivering an ensemble of villas that are unique in design, unparalleled in grandeur and unmatched in quality and value.”
Embracing the unique concept and highly popular Spanish theme that defines The Villa project, the Andalusia Collection recognises the historical link between the people of the Middle East and the legendary Spanish region Andalusia — a name that is derived from the Arabic word ‘Al Andalus’.
The Andalusia Collection villas captures the architectural elements in stunning detail and presents them in three types of spacious luxury villas on generous plot sizes that reach up to 30,000 sqft.
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