This modern villa is located in the Emirates Living District of Dubai. It boasts 13,085 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $9,256,914. People in Dubai sure do love their marble floors…..

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Emirates Hills represents the jewel of the Emirates Living community near Dubai Marina and Dubai Media City. Emirates Hills is the most exclusive freehold project from leading developer Emaar that is currently available on the Dubai property market. The project consists of ultra luxury villas that are finished according to owner’s specifications, meaning buyers get exactly what they pay for, and they get a property that matches their own unique tastes. As you can imagine, Emirates Hills Dubai is the ultimate residential location for Dubai property investors that want space, luxury and privacy. This luxury villa development features 24 hour security, as well as providing a great community environment for families. This villa is very close to the golf course, main majlis, it features formal dinning with connected toilet and washroom, central hall, double volume high with stained glass skylight, family/living room, main kitchen, breakfast area with waterfall view and skylight roofing, gym hall with internal shower and toilet, and guest suite, master bedroom with sitting area, two sets of staircases, lift, garage with space for 4 cars, driver’s room, maid’s room, laundry and storage, swimming pool and wonderful landscaping. The first floor has a master bedroom consisting of the bedroom, private sitting area, walking cupboard and bathroom, three large bedrooms each with dressing room and bathroom, family/living room, pantry and office with private bathroom. The flooring is finished with Spanish Crema Mafel Marble, the bedrooms flooring is finished with warm solid wooden parquet, the interior wooden works are natural cherry veneer, most of the bathrooms are finished by special order of Italian porcelain, while the other bathrooms and toilets are finished with marble with special design for each. The villa has built up area of over 13,000 sq ft and a plot area of over 20,000 sq ft. Enjoy living the lavish life and call now for a viewing.

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  • Daniel

    Oh my my my. While I would NEVER purchase something in Dubai, I do think they are starting to get some very beautiful homes in the area.

    I’ll start with the exterior: it stinks. Reminds me of a giant cookie-cutter home. Nice pool and at least it has a little bit of grass too!

    Interior: While it comes off as a little hotelish or corporate headquarters, I like it. I like the living room/foyer with the wood columns. The marble floors are nice as well, and I actually like some of the built-ins. The two bathrooms shown are horrible. Overall, it isn’t bad, but for the price I was hoping for a bit more detail. It is a competition between Russia and Dubai to see who can charge the more exorbitant prices for mediocrity.




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  • Kieran

    I love the eastern window shades/detailing over the windows on the exterior. I wish it carried that character throughout the home. I dont mind the corporate/hotel feel in the foyer but not once it gets to the bedrooms and bathrooms. A lot of great styles here but it all comes off a bit dyslexic




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  • BB

    I’d rather live in Antarctica than Dubai. NEXT!




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  • Nick

    The exterior is not my style, but, surprisingly, I like some parts of the interior.




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  • Venom

    I would not live in Dubai but damn that is a beautiful home.
    I really like it and it’s amenities.
    I have a friend that got married and lives over there, and my brother’s best friend’s sister has been living there for a few years now, maybe I should go there and check it out.
    The homes and the cars would be worth the trip.




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  • Mak

    Hideous,cold, ugly, devoid of any personality.




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  • Oliver

    exterior is meh… i like some of the elements but as a whole, no. The interior isnt bad.. i like parts of it, like the foyer even though its very confusing with everything popping out like that. Definitely feels hotelish/corporate, but i like it. id definitely tone it down and get rid of those damn marble floors. you want to make sure your house can never be a true home? put marble floors in it. not homey enough for me. i like the wood built ins. bathrooms suck. overall not toooo bad though i guess.




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