Villa Consists Of Special Garden , Special Roof , 3 Bedrooms , 3 Bathrooms , Reception 3 Pieces Delivery In 2021 Payment Terms : 5 % Down Payment Over 30 Quarter - 7.5 Years Semi Finished Villa With Prime Location Land Area : 400 SQM Built Up Area : 260 SQM ground floor area : 112.20 SQM First Floor Area : 117.45 SQM Roof Floor Area : 25.35 SQM Property Type : Townhouse Villa
About Arco And Lavande Lavande is ARCO’s slice of France in Sixth of October. This provincial-inspired development is enveloped in fields of beautiful lavender, bringing residents the look, feel and scent of Provence. With 354 French country style homes overlooking lush greenery and a stunning floral landscape, Lavande whisks residents away to an entirely serene space far from fast-paced city life. The development also features amenities such as a barbeque and children’s area and bicycle and jogging lanes for the whole family to enjoy. Key Facts: Location: Sixth of October Total Area: 236,000 sqm Unit Types: Villas, Twin Villas, Town Houses Launch Date: November 2016 Status: Ongoing Villas Old and new, Formal and informal elements are mixed in houses ranging from humble cottages and farm houses to Grande chateaux. Common elements include tall, thin windows, often with slate-board shutters, steep roofs, multiple gables, and assorted curved arches. Stucco and stones are frequently used trimmed with painted timbers, window boxes, wrought iron railing and brick highlights around windows and doors. Inside, you’ll find wood beams, plaster walls and stone floors as common thematic features The term "contemporary architecture" refers to today’s building styles, which are quite diverse and boast a wide array of inﬂuences. "Modern" refers to the modernist architecture of the early and mid-20th century, an era of great change. LAVANDE is the French word for LAVANDER which we used to name our Province after as the main characteristic of our province is the lavender fields. Lavender is native to the Old World and is found from Cape Verde and the Canary Islands, Europe across to northern and eastern Africa, the Mediterranean, southwest Asia to southeast India. The true origins of lavender are unclear, but its qualities for both fragrance and healing properties have been recognized almost since the beginning of recorded civilization. When Tutankhamen’s tomb was opened in 1922, 3,000 years after it was sealed, traces of lavender were found which still retained slight scent.