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Balcony View, Fairways West Tower, The Views
Dubai
This 360 VR Tour was set on a higher floor during a shoot on this apartment. A wonderful balcony view of an apartment in Fairways West Tower in The Views, Dubai. Located alongside with The Greens near Emaar Business Park. This 3 bed apartment has an amazing panoramic view of the Emirates Golf Club and Jumeirah Lake Towers and Dubai Marina skyline. Fairways West tower has grade A facilities on - site including huge swimming pool, BBQ area, fully fitted gym and kids play area. The pool deck gets great sun throughout the day due to is position on the podium level (2nd floor).
Copyright: Roderz itzme
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7500x3750
Uploaded: 21/08/2011
Updated: 30/08/2011
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Tags: balcony view; emirates gold club; dubai marina; jlt; jumeirah lake towers; high rise; fairways west; fairways towers; fairways; apartment; golf course; the greens
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