Damac High Gardens
- The garden space of a villa
- The urban vibe of an apartment
- High gardens pairs modern architecture with innovative landscaping to create a refreshing lifestyle
- Each terrace can be a canvas for horticulture, a space for reading or a setting for al fresco evenings with friends
- Swimming pool, landscape garden, Children play area, gated community, rainwater harvesting
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Damac Properties UAE has launched its premium housing project, High Gardens, in Dubai Land, Dubai. The project offers 1, 2, 3 BHK Apartment from 796 sqft to 2835 sqft in Other. Among the many luxurious amenities that the project hosts are Power Backup, Fire Sprinklers, 24 Hours Water Supply, Earthquake Resistant Structure etc.
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- 1 BHK
- 2 BHK
- 3 BHK
796 sq ft
1262 sq ft
2835 sq ft
Damac High Gardens Amenities
- 24 Hours Water Supply
- Earthquake Resistant Structure
- Fire Sprinklers
- Power Backup
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Do NRIs require consent of the Reserve Bank to buy immovable property in India?No, NRI's do not require permission to buy any immovable property in India other than agricultural/plantation property or a farmhouse.
- Is there any limit on the number of housing properties that may be purchased by an NRI?There are no limits on the number of residential properties that may be bought by an NRI. However, repatriation (the process of converting a foreign currency into the currency of one’s own country) is allowed only in respect of two such properties.
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