The four majestic residential towers of Goldcrest Dreams is being built in the newest mixed use development on the Sheikh Mohd. bin Zayed highway, Ajman. It caters to a wide range of tastes and preferences - an ideal environment to build your dream home. Dreams & Visions Located on the Emirates Highway, Goldcrest Dreams is:
Twenty five minutes drive from Dubai International Airport Fifteen minutes drive from Sharjah International Airport Twenty five minutes drive from Dubai City Center Zero minutes away from your heart Dreams at your door step The moment you step out of your comfortable apartment, you are spoiled for choice with ready access to shopping areas within Paradise Lakes.
And if you are not an avid shopper, perhaps you could choose to spend the whole day by staring at clouds silently moving above or working out in the gym while your children splash about in the covered pool on the roof top.
All this before you choose which restaurant or cafe to dine in when you're in the mood.
Dreams in Ajman This lovely emirate of the United Arab Emirates offers its residents nothing less than a haven to unwind. Its laid back approach to life is a far cry from the loud and maddening pace.
Known for its diving sites and rolling sand dunes, Ajman has grown into an ideal residential sanctuary for people seeking the best of both worlds.
Ajman also moves up a couple of notches in the real estate sector because it is the only emirate that currently offers its residents the opportunity to actually own property - where every owner has their title deed registered under their own name in the Lands Department.
Cruising from Ajman city from Sharjah brings you into the Corniche, with a fine sandy beach on one side and the city spread out on the other. From building traditional dhows to the larger trading booms, Ajman is also known for the speedsters that take part in the Dubai Powerboat Meets.
The emirate's mountain villages are Manama near Dhaid - which is the nearer - and Masfut which is next to Hatta, a part of Dubai emirate. Manama, which literally means the "sleeping place" also has a small old fort while Masfut is known for its colorful marble.