Muscat Hills phase 2 work starts
Muscat, June 24, 2013
Construction of the Muscat Hills Phase II Golf and Country Club Integrated Tourism complex (ITC) has commenced, a statement from Cluttons, a leading real estate specialist, said.
Last year, Cluttons in Oman was appointed as the exclusive sales agent for Muscat Hills Residences.
The project is one of the growing number of ITCs in Oman meaning both local and expatriate buyers can benefit from owning property in the country.
Cluttons is noticing strong interest from initial purchaser interest, especially among Omani nationals. Prime sites such as Al Hamra View, offering large villas and large plot size, have already sold out. The developer, Towell Construction, has taken into account the needs of customers looking for more luxurious living. For example Lake Terrace, previously earmarked for apartments and houses will now consist of seven large villas. Similarly, Tahr Prospect, initially designed with 27 villas will now consist of only 18 properties on more spacious plots, it said.
Muscat Hills is a unique, one of a kind project, and the site is currently being marketed off-plan by Cluttons.
The phase II development comprises over 75 villas all offering beautiful views of landscaped terrain set against the spectacular backdrop of the Al Hajar Mountains. The development is located close to Muscat International Airport and the city centre, major retail outlets and is accessible for the Muscat Expressway. There are six different villa configurations to choose from ranging from 350 to 650 sq m in size, with four or five bedrooms and maid’s quarters, designed to offer spacious interiors, ample parking and high quality finishings.
Philip Paul, Cluttons country manager in Oman, said: “Now that construction has commenced, the current strong flow on enquiries is only set to increase. We are thrilled to be the exclusive sales agent for Muscat Hills Residences, which we feel reflects our successful track record in Muscat and Cluttons’ commitment to international best practice in the region.” – TradeArabia News Service