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The Springs is a very relaxed community, perfect for newlyweds and young families. As a gated
community with lakes, greenery, parks and pools it has a very family orientated feel and a strong
community vibe. The Springs features 14 different sub-communities and is the largest community in the
Emirates Living development, which is the first large scale development of its kind across the entire
Middle Eastern region and is led by Dubai’s leading real estate developer, Emaar. The community is
surrounded by sparkling lakes and scenic landscapes, and each sub-community has its own private
entrance and a range of amenities for residents.
The Springs is in new Dubai but is not so far away from the excitement of the city. You’ll enjoy a peaceful
environment but the close accessibility to Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Khail Road means the work
commute is stress-free. The community is not located too far away from the most popular areas of
Dubai, and families looking to enjoy a fun evening in the nearby Dubai Marina or Jumeirah Beach
Residence can get there quickly and easily from their homes in The Springs. The neighbourhood is home
to many expats and is host to a range of entertaining activities for the whole family.
It’s a mature community with many amenities. With 24 beautifully landscaped parks and barbecue
areas, 15 adult community swimming pools and 15 kids’ pools, it offers a variety of leisure activities. The
scenic waters of the 28 lakes are the highlights of this gated community, and residents can enjoy a
delightful evening at the many community retail centres, restaurants, swimming pools, lush parks and
fitness facilities. The Springs Souk has a cinema, shops, restaurants and cafés. This year, there will be
another souk opening, with even more restaurants overlooking the waterfront. What’s more, some of
the villas are within walking distance of the Montgomerie Golf Club in Emirates Hills.
We’re seeing a lot of migration from apartment renters who are coming to enjoy the lifestyle that the
villa community offers. The Springs consists of a collection of 4,856 townhouses and villas starting with
two bedrooms and going up to five, some also having a maid’s room and study. Each property is
designed with spacious living rooms, cosy bedrooms and exclusive back gardens and each townhouse
features a dedicated entrance. The Springs, set amidst its picturesque waterways and luxurious
landscapes, ensures a safe, luxurious and comfortable residential choice for families and professionals.
It’s a great area to buy here if you’re laying down roots or investing.
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