Stunning 8 Bedroom House in Excellent Location, Al-Rabiya, Amman, Jordan
Al-Salam Street 3,
With its welcoming atmosphere, outstanding natural beauty and fascinating history, Jordan continues to one of the most desirable places across the Middle East to live. On offer here is a unique chance to invest into this magnificent part of the world with this stunning property.
Located in the beautiful capital Amman, the house features 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 4 kitchens, 4 floors with lift access to all floors, garage, terrace areas and is surrounded by excellent views of the city.
This property not only offers buyers a modern, spacious and comfortable place to live, but is also a smart investment into the fast-growing middle eastern holiday rental market, thanks to its spectacular location. Amman is not only a beautiful place in its own right but is also a great base from which to explore the many other amazing places that Jordan has to offer such as the fabulous Petra, The Dead Sea and Wadi Rum. For those wishing to venture a little further, Jordan is also a great base to explore to limitless other wonders of the middle east thanks to its proximity to other countries such as iraq, israel, Lebanon and Syria.
Sports and leisure fans will not be disappointed as the area is close to many excellent walking and cycling areas. Golf fans will also be happy with the number of excellent courses nearby including Bisharat Golf Club.
The area is very well connected via local roads and the nearest international airport, Queen Alia international Airport, is just a short drive away. Providing another huge plus point in the holiday rental/residential commuter markets.
Villa in a very Residential area of Amman, close distance from Cambridge High school , Gym, Mall and Amman city centre. The Dead sea is a 1.5 hour drive away, and beautiful Roman ruins and Authentic Arab “souq” 20 minutes drive.
Comprised of : 4 floors. Floor 2-4 all have multiple areas with open balconies. 4th floor large balcony has been renovated with seating & BBQ areas and full view of Amman city.
Garden is filled with multiple fruit and vegetable trees/plants, with large summer seating area surrounded by plentiful grape trees. Large Garage within gated area. Fully functional lift/elevator with outdoor/indoor access to all 3 floors.
Semi-furnished. 3rd and 4rd floor contains new furniture still in packaging.
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ABOUT THE AREA
Jordan has delighted visitors for centuries with its World Heritage Sites, friendly towns and inspiring desert landscapes.
Jordan has a tradition of welcoming visitors: camel caravans plied the legendary King’s Highway transporting frankincense in exchange for spices while Nabataean tradesmen, Roman legionnaires, Muslim armies and zealous Crusaders all passed through the land, leaving behind impressive monuments. These monuments, including Roman amphitheatres, Crusader castles and Christian mosaics, have fascinated subsequent travellers in search of antiquity and the origins of faith. The tradition of hospitality to visitors remains to this day.
Petra, the ancient Nabataean city locked in the heart of Jordan’s sandstone escarpments, is the jewel in the crown of the country’s many antiquities. Ever since explorer Jean Louis Burckhardt brought news of the pink-hued necropolis back to Europe in the 19th century, the walk through the Siq to the Treasury (Petra’s defining monument) has impressed even the most travel weary of visitors. With sites flung over a vast rocky landscape and a mood that changes with the shifting light of dawn and dusk, this is a highlight that rewards a longer visit.
Take a ride through Wadi Rum at sunset, and it’s easy to see why TE Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) was so drawn to this land of weathered sandstone and reddened dunes. But Jordan’s desert landscapes are not confined to the southeast: they encompass a salt sea at the lowest point on earth, canyons flowing with seasonal water, oases of palm trees and explosions of springtime flowers scattered across arid hills. Minimal planning and only a modest budget is required for an adventure.
As Middle Eastern cities go, Amman is a relative youth, being mostly a creation of the 20th century. But though it lacks the storied history and thrilling architectural tapestry of other regional capitals, there’s plenty here to encourage you to linger awhile before making for Petra, the Dead Sea or Wadi Rum. in fact, Amman is one of the easiest cities in which to enjoy the Middle East experience.
Downtown Amman is a must-see. At the bottom of the city’s many hills and overlooked by the magisterial Citadel, it features spectacular Roman ruins, an international-standard museum and the hubbub of mosques, souqs and coffeehouses that are central to Jordanian life.
Elsewhere, urbane western Amman has leafy residential districts, cafes, bars, modern malls and art galleries; and in earthy eastern Amman, it’s easy to sense the more traditional and conservative pulse of the capital.
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Located in a peaceful and well-run community
Close distance from Cambridge High school , Gym, Mall and Amman city centre
Huge 990m2 property
4 floors. Floor 2-4 all have multiple areas with open balconies
4th floor large balcony has been renovated with seating & BBQ areas and full view of Amman city.
Fully functioning lift with outdoor/indoor access to all floors
Terrace and balcony areas to bask in the glorious sunshine on
Spacious private garden area
Large Garage within gated area
Garden is filled with multiple fruit and vegetable trees/plants
Surrounded by breath-taking views of the city
Minimal light pollution meaning star gazing is spectacular
Massive potential in the Jordan holiday rental market
Surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty and historical significance
Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
Great base from which to discover other fantastic parts of Jordan including Petra, The Dead Sea and Wadi Rum
Bordered by other fascinating parts of the middle east including israel, Lebanon, Syria and iraq
Many excellent walking and cycling areas nearby
Surrounded by many excellent golf courses including Bisharat Golf Club (https://en.leadingcourses.com/middle-east+jordan/bisharat-golf-course)
Excellent transport links
Close to Queen Alia international Airport