Amaranta is a development of stand-alone villas and cluster homes developed by Dubai Properties (DP) in Villanova.
The neighbourhood is landscaped with walking trails, recreational centres, ‘paseos’ and lawns.
The external design of the villas is influenced by Mediterranean architecture, with columns, arches, textured facades and slanted roofs.
The villas are available in two sizes, and the cluster homes in four variants:
Villa 1 - 3 bedrooms + maid’s room + laundry + storage + double shaded car garage
Overall area 2,260 sq ft
Villa 2 - 4 bedrooms + maid’s room + laundry + storage + double shaded car garage
Overall area 2,923 sq ft
Cluster Homes Unit A - 3 bedrooms + study + maid’s room + laundry + storage + double shaded car garage
Overall area 2,068 sq ft
Cluster Homes Unit B - 3 bedrooms + maid’s room + laundry + storage + double shaded car garage
Overall area 2,025 sq ft
Cluster Homes Unit C - 3 bedrooms + maid’s room + laundry + double shaded car garage
Overall area 1,841 sq ft
Cluster Homes Unit D - 2 bedrooms + maid’s room + laundry + double shaded car garage
Overall area 1,544 sq ft
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The gated community offers amenities which include a community centre, swimming pool and playgrounds.
Amaranta Road Access
Villanova is in DubaiLand, situated near the intersection of Al Ain Road, between Emirates Road and Academic City Road.
Amaranta Construction Updates
In December 2017 Arabtec Holding was awarded the Dh1.025 billion contract for the construction of the Amaranta and La Quinta phases of Villanova. The work is expected to take 28 months, with a delivery date of mid 2020.
Construction of the third phase of Amaranta, comprising 300 three- and four-bedroom townhouses, began in the fourth quarter 2018 and is due to be finished by the fourth quarter of 2020.
Amaranta Villanova Phase 4, a collection of three- and four-bedroom ‘ultramodern’ Mediterranean styled townhouses, was launched in October 2018.
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