Slew of Extra-Lavish Developments Launch as Dubai’s Luxury Market Soars


The Farmhouses and Verona, Damac Hills 2, Dubailand

Located on the highly sought-after Damac Hills 2, the Farmhouses and Verona are the latest additions to the Dubai developer’s high-end gated community. 

The Farmhouses collection offers 13 standalone five- and six-bedroom villas that come with a staff room. Each unit will have an ample backyard area that homeowners can utilize to create horse stables, barnyards, hydroponic gardens, a yoga retreat or a private outdoor cinema. 

Verona will feature rows of four-bedroom townhouses. The waterfront new homes reflect a blend of modern aesthetics and oldtime elegance. Residents of both projects will have access to a series of resort-style amenities provided for Damac Hills 2 home buyers, including a waterpark, a bird aviary, and various fields, pitches and courts for sports enthusiasts. 

The development features many health and wellness facilities, such as a gym, jogging tracks, a wave surfing facility, swimming pools, a sauna, steam rooms and yoga platform. It also offers plenty of entertainment venues including an amphitheater, a lazy river, a man-made beach and a floating cinema. 

Sales of the Farmhouses and Verona were launched in August.

Number of Units: 13 villas in Farmhouses, 384 townhouses in Verona

Price Range: Farmhouses range from AED 6.2 million to AED 11.9 million; Verona townhouses start from AED 6.2 million to AED 11.9 million 

Developer/Architect: Damac Properties

Unit Sizes: The Farmhouses include five- and six-bedroom villas, and Verona offers four-bedroom townhouses

Amenities: A lazy river, a man-made beach, swimming pools, jogging tracks, basketball courts, football pitches, barbecue area, a dog park, a hedge maze, children’s play area, outdoor rain shower, outdoor cinema, a fitness center and outdoor sauna.


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