Canal Cove By Nakheel At Palm Jumeirah
The developer, Nakheel Properties, is the developer of the opulent Canal Cove Villas project. On Palm Jumeirah, there is a collection of homes and townhouses there. The building was finished in 2007. On the fronds of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah lies a sub-community of opulent villas and townhouses known as Canal Cove. This enclave, built by Nakheel, has some of the most luxurious beachfront homes in the emirate. A total of 118 residences have been constructed at Canal Cove on the different fronds of the artificial island. The homes are broken up into clusters of six to twelve units, and each cluster has a small park that locals may have used together. Beginning in 2002, the project was finished in 2007.
The project offers a beautiful beachside location far enough from the busy town to still be accessible to its primary infrastructure.
- Canal Cove is a gated residential sub-community of Palm Jumeirah, Dubai.
- Three-bedroom townhouses, Four-bedroom townhouses
- The area contains a mix of three- and four-bedroom townhouses.
- Canal Cove is a self-contained community located on the Crown of Palm Jumeirah, the Crown being the part from which the fronds emanate.
- Sought-after location in Dubai
Features & Amenities
- gated secure area
- a private beach
- a swimming pool
- a fitness center
- a playground
- a barbecue area
- park for walks
There are 118 structures all of which are constructed in the Mediterranean style. They are separated into six zones, each including between six and twelve structures. Every zone has a courtyard with a pool. Homes with 3 and 4 bedrooms are available. The smallest properties start at 3,800 square feet. The pricing range begins at AED 8,000,000. (USD 2,178,000).
Canal Cove is a high-end master-planned project, a beachfront experience with a hefty price tag. Real estate investors have a profitable potential as a result. Even on the island, the only thing to think about is getting to work. Reaching from one frond to the next is challenging. Not to mention that travel to and from the mainland is impacted by traffic. For youngsters who attend schools in adjacent areas, this might be inconvenient.