Jumeira village

Old Oct 5th 2010, 4:20 pm
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Has anybody been to view the townhouses at Jumeira village? The ones for sale on dubizzle and betterhomes look really good and only 85k a year for rental for a 3 bedroom. They are 3 floored townhouses which I suppose keeps the price down but the amenities fully equipped kitchen,gym and pool also look ok.
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Has anybody been to view the townhouses at Jumeira village? The ones for sale on dubizzle and betterhomes look really good and only 85k a year for rental for a 3 bedroom. They are 3 floored townhouses which I suppose keeps the price down but the amenities fully equipped kitchen,gym and pool also look ok.
Have they even started work on the gym and pool yet??? The place is still a building site, more so than Sports City, where I am, and we still dont have pools etc..
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Has anybody been to view the townhouses at Jumeira village? The ones for sale on dubizzle and betterhomes look really good and only 85k a year for rental for a 3 bedroom. They are 3 floored townhouses which I suppose keeps the price down but the amenities fully equipped kitchen,gym and pool also look ok.
Dont think there's gonna be any pools or gyms their for a while...
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I was surprised how nice JV in general was, but it's a building site in the middle of nowhere with awful access... and the busiest accommodation is the Jumeirah Group's staff accommodation (which you may decide is no bad thing )
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Old Oct 6th 2010, 1:02 pm
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I did suspect this to be the case as the pictures look nice especially the unfinished parts,haha.
Looks like springs,barsha or staying in the entertainment capital of Mirdif :-(
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I did suspect this to be the case as the pictures look nice especially the unfinished parts,haha.
Looks like springs,barsha or staying in the entertainment capital of Mirdif :-(
Aaaw no! Don't start the whole Mirduff thing again.

....at least not until I find that damn popcorn gif!
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Aaaw no! Don't start the whole Mirduff thing again.

....at least not until I find that damn popcorn gif!
Bugger did I miss out on a thorough slating of Mudrif?
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