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Luxury 3 BHK Duplex With Maid’s Room Brand New.

130.000AED Yearly

Features

  • Balcony
  • Basement Parking
  • Bright Windows
  • Built-in Wardrobes
  • Central AC
  • Duplex Apartment
  • Gym
  • Newly Renovated
  • Nice Finishing
  • Swimming Pool

Details

Luxury 3 BHK Duplex With Maid’s Room Brand New.

Service Elevators
Reception/Waiting Room
Security Staff
CCTV Security
Maids Room
24 Hours Concierge
Double Glazed Windows
Centrally Air-Conditioned
Study Room
Waste Disposal
Maintenance Staff
Flooring (Tiles)
Pet Policy (Allowed)
Rent Is Paid (Quarterly)

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Waterfront Al Hisn overlooks the Persian Gulf and is centered on sandy Abu Dhabi Beach, known for the pedestrianized Corniche promenade and impressive views of skyscrapers. Snowy-white Qasr Al Hosn is an 18th-century former fort with a museum and a visitor center displaying traditional Arabic crafts. There are play areas in Family Park 2, while Lebanese restaurants, coffee shops, and burger bars pack the backstreets

Qasr al-Hosn, also known as the White Fort (originally not white in colour but painted bright white during 1976–1983 renovations) or Old Fort,[5] was constructed in 1761 as a conical watchtower to defend the only freshwater well in Abu Dhabi island.[2] The tower was later expanded into a small fort in 1793 by the then ruler, Shakhbut bin Dhiyab Al Nahyan, and became the permanent residence of the ruling Sheikh.[2] The tower took its present shape after a major extension in the late 1930s, aided by revenues received for granting the first oil license in Abu Dhabi.[6] It remained the emir’s palace (hence the name Qasr al-Hosn, meaning Palace fort) and seat of government until 1966.[2] The fort has been developed several times and is now partially open to the public.[7][8]

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