The luxurious project, known as Hai Rose Falaj, consists of 39 townhouse villas on the golf course.
The initial phase of building will commence in September and the project is scheduled to be completed in 18 months.
Sadiq Jaffer Sulaiman, CEO of Maysan Real Estate Company, stated, “We are pleased to announce that we are launching Hai Rose Falaj. At Maysan Real Estate, we are operating with creativity, innovation and a thorough commitment to supply the very best of the facilities to our valued clients.
“Maysan Real Estate’s ambitious company program has been created to supply distinguished actual estate projects for the future. We are proud of our partnership with Muscat Hills that is primarily based on trust, mutual understanding and a frequent vision.
“We are a profound name in the real estate sector in the sultanate dedicated to the development of residential, commercial and tourism projects in various regions with a renewed vision that contributes to the development of the sector.”
He added that ownership of the Hai Rose Falaj project is open to Omani citizens as effectively as Gulf nationals and foreigners. It offers foreigners with a residence permit for self and loved ones in the sultanate topic to the ownership of the home.
Each villa contains a private swimming pool on the roof deck overlooking the golf course. A garden, a barbecue location, parking lots for every villa and a private elevator (on request) per villa. All the villas in the project are equipped with European kitchens and wardrobes in the bedrooms. Each villa also contains central air-conditioning, power saving method, laundry and maid’s rooms.
The project is named Hai Rose Falaj simply because it will be surrounded by a rose garden. The plants will be imported from numerous nations. The entrances and exits are created in a way that tends to make the movement smooth with particular parking for guests and guests.
“We have given special importance to security in this project. There will be CCTVs and security service will be available round the clock.”
Catch glimpses of the project and for interview with Sadiq Jaffer Sulaiman here.
Information Source: Muscat Daily