Alandalus is a new mid-priced neighbourhood within Jumeirah Golf Estates comprising town houses and apartment buildings inspired by Mediterranean architecture.
The buildings are currently under construction and will occupy four hectares of the ten-hectare location, leaving six hectares for ‘lush’ landscaping.
The houses are equipped with modern interiors and large outdoor terraces and roof towers.
Residents can avail themselves of the facilities offered by the extensive club house.
There will be 95 two- and three-bedroom townhouses set in a gated community with pedestrian friendly streets and a plaza. The design of the buildings and the plaza take their inspiration from the architecture of Andalucia in southern Spain.
All the houses are oriented north south to benefit from prevailing breezes and have private terraces. Residents will be given the option to include a plunge pool and patio as well.
Inside, the rooms have been designed with a combination of traditional Andalusian and modern materials.
Water features, abundant foliage and olive and citrus fruit trees combine to infuse the neighbourhood with a Mediterranean flavour.
There are to be 715 spacious apartments in Alandalus, housed in two low-rise and six mid-rise blocks. The apartments range in size from one to four bedrooms and those on the corners will generally have larger floor areas.
All apartments have large covered terraces and views across the golf course and landscape with its five lakes.
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Amenities at Alandalus include two golf courses, six hectares of landscaping, jogging and cycling tracks, a gym, swimming pool, tennis courts, and two clubhouses.
Towers A and B were completed in May 2019.
Tower C is scheduled for handover in Q4 2019.
Towers D, E, F, and G are scheduled for handover in Q2 2020.
Alandalus in the News
Construction Business News, 14th May 2019
The name ‘Alandalus’ derives from the Moorish kingdom that flourished in southern Spain for seven hundred years, from the 8th to the 15th centuries.
Some of the great heritage sites in Andalucia that date back to those days have provided inspiration for the design of Alandalus.
The Great Mosque of Cordoba, with its columns of jasper, onyx, marble and granite, is considered to be one of the most accomplished monuments of Moorish architecture and will inspire the design of Alandalus mosque.
The Alhambra palace in Granada has been described as ‘a pearl set in emeralds’ and its water channels and reflecting pools inform the design of Alandalus’ water features, colonnades and flower beds.
The Generalife gardens were built close by the Alhambra in the 13th century to provide the kings of Granada with a tranquil place to escape the official affairs of the palace.
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