This extraordinary beachfront estate, on a ¼-mile white sand beach, is a rare masterpiece in architecture and interior design and includes every luxury imaginable. Having been featured in various design magazines as well as the TV show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, this stunning property sleeps 10 guests in 5 impeccable bedrooms, with 5 full and 2 half-bathrooms. The sumptuous decor inside the forty-foot-high interior has been customized with the finest art treasures from throughout the world, creating a true beachfront palace.
The Jewel of Maui is a dramatic vision at night, as seen from the edge of the sixty-foot luxury infinity-edge pool. Inside, there is central air conditioning and a media room with a 9-ft. projection screen & plasma TV/DVD system. The grand hall ensures every guest in the home has a comfortable place to gaze at the ocean and pool areas from the plush, 30 ft wraparound sofa.
Could be a good investment opportunity. A new neighbourhood is being built off the Abu Dhabi-Dubai road east of the Abu Dhabi International Airport.
With a total area of 12.5 million sq. metres, the new neighbourhood will have 4.857 residential villas and all the necessary utilities. The area will give residential and other facilities for over 60.000 persons.
Divided into five villages, the project envisages all amenities and vital utilities such as shopping arcades, service centres, schools, healthcare centres, play grounds and community centres designed in the most modern way.
People interested in investing in European property should consider Portuguese property after research showed that property confidence in the country had improved.
The RICS/Ci Portuguese Housing Market Survey revealed that both the National Activity and National Confidence indices improve in July and weakening demand remains the main factor weighing down on Portuguese prices. This weakening demand is one reason why Portuguese property could be available at knock-down prices.
Spain's National Institute of Statistics says Spain to become an exporting country
Spain’s economy slowed down this year, in the wake of growing market worries over a sovereign debt crisis, the official National Institute of Statistics (INE) said Friday. In the April-June period, the economy grew 0.2 per cent over the prior Quarter, when the Country registered 0.4 per cent growth.
The INE attributed the slowdown mainly to contracting domestic consumption in the Country, partly due to Spain’s towering unemployment.
Spain currently has over 4 million people out of work and boasts an unemployment rate of over 20 per cent.
But the fall was offset partly by an improved performance in the export market, which benefited from an 8.4 per cent rise in exports, coupled with a 1.7 per cent fall in imports on lack of demand in Spain.
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