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Yas Acres, Yas Island

AED 4,650,000

Property Details

Location Yas Island
Approx size 4683 sq.ft
Reference No BHM-S-169925
RERA Permit No
4 Bed
5 Bath
2 Parking

Unit Overview

Yas Acres a golf and waterfront development which will add 1315 villas to Yas Island, that is available for purchase by all nationalities, is one of the most significant new residential developments to be launched in Abu Dhabi by Aldar with a development value of over AED6 billion. Inspired by the concept of Yas Island Living, Yas Acres is located on the northern shores of the island. Residents will enjoy the golf course and club house, parks, schools and vibrant waterfront right on their doorstep. Yas Acres, which upon completion will be home to 15,000 residents, is the embodiment of Yas Island Living, which emphasises community and puts leisure at the heart of everyday life. To achieve this, the full length nine-hole golf course and member's country club sits at the heart of the development. This is accompanied by schools, mosques, community retail, a yacht club and marina.

School

Nearest school

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (7km)

Taaleem-EdisonLearning (7km)

Raha International School (7km)

Facilities and Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Built in wardrobes
  • Central air conditioning
  • Parking
  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Gymnasium
  • Intercom
  • Kitchen white goods
  • Laundry/washing room
  • Maid's room
  • Private garage
  • Private garden
  • Shared swimming pool
  • View of gardens
  • Bus services
  • Children's play area
  • Clubhouse
  • Communal gardens
  • Fitness club
  • Mosque
  • School
  • Shopping mall
  • Shops

Contact Agent

Agent Name
Maria Joao Beires

Senior Property Consultant

RERA No. CN-1062600

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