These incredible luxury homes have an unusual element that is not common in other luxurious estates – underwater tanks.
These properties range from £ 12.3 million to £ 77 million ($ 16 million to $ 100 million).
These James Bond-style villas are being built four kilometers off the coast of Dubai in an exclusive gated community.
They have huge bathtubs against the background of a gigantic underwater tank.
The tanks in the bedrooms extend over the entire wall and offer a panoramic view of the diversity of marine life.
One of the houses called The Swedish Palace has a "snowy" winter room with a pillar crowned with snow in the middle.
The walls show a picturesque setting in a forest that is also crowned with snow and a "cold" atmosphere.
The Kleindienst Group is building the luxury properties and has published more pictures showing the property.
The picture shows a balcony accessible through glass double doors and offers a picturesque view of Dubai's horizon.
1,000 of the 4,000 floating homes have already been purchased, reminding buyers of Atlantis from James Bond's The Spy Who Loved Me.
The £ 3.8 billion "Heart of Europe" project is inspired by countries such as Germany, Venice, Sweden, Switzerland and St. Petersburg.
It is part of the world island-like island with 300 islands off the coast of the Arab country, Reuters reported.
The Kleindienst Group intends to complete the project by the time Dubai hosts Expo 2020, a global exhibition that the Emirate hopes will attract 25 million visitors.
The chairman of the private small service group said: "Our offer is aimed at the target group of second homes and we are confident that the Expo 2020 will add value to our offer."
Standard & Poor's global ratings indicated that Dubai property prices could fall by 10% to 15% over the next two years.
Analysts say oversupply is one of the reasons developers are completing projects at the time Expo opens.
However, he made it clear that Kleindienst does not care about the current situation of the real estate and hotel industry in Dubai.
The project provides "strong capital growth and rental income that make the second home market an attractive investment opportunity for investors".
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The Expo is likely to lead to spikes in the real estate and hospitality markets, said Manika Dhama, associate partner of real estate consultancy Cavendish Maxwell.
Kleindeinst said, "How things will develop after the Expo, I do not think anyone can predict that at the moment."
Expo 2010 is the first international trade show event taking place between October 2020 and April 2021 in the Middle East.
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