Remember those luxury floating villas that opened a few months ago? Well the people behind the villas, Kleindienst Group have announced a new set of floating villas to be built – these ones bigger than the last.

Inspired by Emirati culture and lifestyle, alongside European design, the 40 new Signature Editions of the Floating Seahorse villas have been designed for large families with children, who are also visited by lots of guests.


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Ground level on the Signature Floating Seahorse villas

With four flexi living and sleeping areas over a space of 4,004 square feet and three levels – the Signature Edition accommodates up to eight adults and eight children, with each level of the villa able to adapt to suit individual needs.

The outdoor areas on the ground and upper level can also be enclosed for privacy, or opened up for al fresco use.

Exterior view of the SIgnature Edition with curtains

Exterior view of the Signature Edition with curtains

The eight main rooms include the Sky Majlis and Sky Bedroom on the upper level, with a Sea Family Room and Sea Bedroom on the ground level. The underwater level will feature the Underwater Ladies Room, Master Bedroom, Coral Entertainment Room and the Coral Master Bedroom.

Upper deck by day

Upper deck by day

The underwater level, possibly the coolest part of the villa will boast views of the villa’s surrounding coral gardens and marine life, with the garden surrounding the villa spanning over 600 square feet.

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Talking about how the villas got their ‘Seahorse’ name, company CEO Josef Kleindienst said in a statement how the artificial reefs “will be a protected area in which seahorses can safely live and breed.”

The master underwater bedroom

The master underwater bedroom

Owners are given the chance to personalise their villa with their own style, with the ability to choose from a variety of different premium quality finishes, ranging from flooring, to kitchens and bathrooms. Even the interior design and soft-furnishings can be customised.

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The villas have been designed, engineered and built in the UAE, and if you’re looking to buy one will set you back a cool Dhs12 million.

With an estimated completion for the first phase set for October this year, you better snap them up fast – assuming they sell as quickly as the first batch of Floating Seahorses.

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