The Wave / Al Mouj, Muscat, Oman. Simply Spectacular Fifth Floor Penthouse Apartment. Marina Sea Views. Stunningly Beautiful. Available For Immediate Rent. Rental OR3,000/pm
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The Wave / Al Mouj – Simply Spectacular
A Simply Spectacular Four bedroom penthouse. On the fifth floor. Unbelievable views of the sea front and marina.
This incredible, simply spectacular apartment has four bedrooms. Separate maid’s room.
Dedicated parking for two cars.
A massive lounge with huge floor to ceiling windows and doors. Welcomes you into this stunning property.
Walk out onto the expansive terrace and take in the sea air. Fill your eyes with the deep blue hue of the ocean.
The Wave, Muscat is a unique community that offers incredible diversity in leisure & lifestyle – from the pristine beaches and 400-berth marina to the Greg Norman signature designed gold course and beautiful landscaping & architecture throughout.
The contemporary villas, townhouses and apartments enjoy views of picturesque Muscat beaches, waterways and gardens – all mere minutes from cosmopolitan shopping & dining experiences. The nearby luxurious Kempinski and Fairmont hotels infuse the estate with a distinctive resort ambiance.
With development partners that include Oman’s Waterfront Investments (representing the Government of the Sultanate of Oman), National Investment Funds Company (representing the Omani Pension Fund), the UAE based Majid Al Futtaim Group and various other financial partners, The Wave, Muscat is a project based on trust and complete peace of mind.
Combining The Wave, Muscat’s renowned build quality with landscaped parks & marina living, Marsa Apartments provides the best of all worlds – with the ultimate in shopping & dining experiences, access to our 18-hole signature golf course and miles of pristine Muscat beach.
sea and ocean views
Maybe owning some ocean-front property is not such a bad idea. Actually, property with a view of the ocean will suffice as new research suggests an ocean view relieves stress.
The Michigan State study is the first to find a link between health and the visibility of water, which the researchers call blue space.
“Increased views of blue space is significantly associated with lower levels of psychological distress,” said Amber L. Pearson, assistant professor of health geography
Even after taking into account residents’ wealth, age, sex, and other neighborhood factors, the study found that having a view of the ocean was associated with improved mental health.