Emaar Development has unveiled Saffron, the first townhouse community in Emaar South, the 7 square kilometre lifestyle destination with tree-lined boulevards, walking & bicycle trails and a well-linked public transport network. A joint venture with Dubai South, Emaar South offers a mix of tiered townhomes, townhouses, villas and apartments.
Saffron garden townhouses are located centrally in the new neighbourhood, along the Emaar South Boulevard, minutes away from Al Maktoum International Airport and 10 minutes away from the home to the Expo 2020 Dubai. Set amidst green neighbourhood parks, Saffron garden townhouses have a private rear garden and are linked to an 18-hole championship golf course promenade through a network of landscaped walkways.
The residences have expansive windows to maximise the soothing views of the green parks as well as wide frontage and side yards. Inter-connected pathways lead to a series of neighbourhood and district parks, all in walkable distance. Assuring utmost privacy and security, the gated neighbourhood is designed to celebrate the spirit of community living.
Saffron garden townhouses are designed to enhance the wellness factor of residents with generous open spaces. The residents can enjoy a wide range of amenities such as community swimming pools, indoor and outdoor play areas, barbecue areas, lawns and a health & fitness facility, as well as a community clubhouse.
They can easily access the championship golf course, a driving range, the golf clubhouse, and the wide range of F&B outlets set along the golf course promenade. They are also in walking distance from a retail town centre, a hotel, and other retail attractions.
The well-designed Saffron home has internal finishes in sophisticated neutral tones. The townhouses are intelligently laid out to assure spacious living with dedicated living and dining areas, an open kitchen with built-in cabinets and a breakfast counter. Each home will also have covered parking for two vehicles. Source and images Courtesy of Emaar Development.
Article by Marco Rinaldi