Most Expensive Houses in Dubai Right Now (2019)

In this article we will share with you the names of some Most Expensive Houses in Dubai that are there for your either for rent or for purchase. It will be an amazing feeling to be able to afford anyone of these absolutely stunning homes in Dubai. So sit there and relax and be ready to take a look around some of Dubai’s most expensive properties. We hope that during the entire span of your journey we will be able to give you an insight into these magnificent mansions and awe-inspiring apartments to the best extent possible. 

Dubai’s Most Expensive Villa For Sale: Enviable Emirates Hills

Talking about high rollers, they don’t get much higher than Emirates Hills – aka The Beverley Hills of Dubai, which is where this beautiful 43,000 sq. ft. 6-bedroom villa in Emirates Hills is located & where you will find many of Dubai’s most expensive properties. 

Most Expensive Houses in Dubai
Most Expensive Houses in Dubai

It is listed at a cool AED 170M, but in this bargain, you will get all that space, a gorgeous garden, access to Emirates Hills’ legendary gated grounds & facilities & a host of other first class amenities. 

If it is pricey for you, then you should go for other properties that are for sale in Emirates Hills, where prices currently begin from AED 3.65M for a modest, relatively speaking, 4,000 sq. ft. 3-bed villa.

Emirates Hills, One Of The Most Popular Residential Developments In Dubai

Emirates Hills is home to not only one, but 2 first class golf clubs – The Emirates Hills Golf Club & the Address Montgomerie Golf Club, so you have two choices at your disposal when it comes to lush green spaces & views of rolling hills & space to breathe & relax. 

The beauty of Emirates Hills is the glorious setting, which gives you the feeling of an exclusive country club, while is still close to the action. Mall of the Emirates is less than 20 minutes away in the car, Dubai Marina 15 minutes, as is Ibn Battuta Mall. Media City is even closer at just 10 minutes away, while the captains of industry can be in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in around half an hour.

Dubai Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Home Goals

Emirates Hills is just 15 years old, which is rather mature by Dubai construction standards & it has a new, younger sister development, set inland, that offers equally opulent properties for high net-worth individuals looking for some serious gated community luxury. This fabulous 7-bed 22,860 sq. ft. Dubai Hills Estate, Hills Grove villa has some serious wow factor, luxuriously furnished, acres of space, stunning views over the rolling green hills that give the development its name, as well as a large, private pool.

The property can be yours for a mere AED 98M, but as the district becomes as established as its older sister Emirates Hills, prices are likely to go up. Hills Grove is part of the prestigious Dubai Hills Estate. Villas for sale in Dubai Hills Estate begin from a slightly more affordable AED 1.8M for a 4-bed 3,962 sq. ft. property in Park Heights. After completion, Dubai Hills Estate is due to have its own golf course as well as a top-class tennis academy, as well as a host of other premium amenities & is therefore likely to top many future lists of Dubai’s most expensive properties.

Tallest Building Burj Khalifa Has The Highest Priced Apartment

It shouldn’t be a surprise to know that the highest apartment in Dubai, the world in fact, as it is in the world’s tallest building, comes with the highest price tag – step forward that epitome of the UAE & Dubai’s enormous cultural achievements, Burj Khalifa, where the 107th & 108th floor 20,986 sq. ft. 11-bed penthouse in Burj Khalifa is listed for sale for a cool AED 100,875,888, the most expensive apartment in Dubai. 

The Dubai Mall, is on your doorstep, along with the more traditional Souk Al Bahar & the stunning cultural hub, the Dubai Opera. This deal comes with a guarantee that you will always get the best of all front row seats for the district’s stunning New Year’s celebrations, which light up the city with extraordinary light & pyrotechnic displays. 

Becoming an owner of this apartment is really taking possession of a unique piece of architectural history, not just of Dubai or even the UAE, but of the remarkable early 21st century development of the region in general.

If AED 100M is a bit heavy on your pocket, then you should have a look at smaller apartments for sale in Burj Khalifa, that start from around AED 1.9M for a 548 sq. ft. studio, or try renting an apartment in Burj Khalifa, starting from AED 100,000 per annum for a studio.

Island High Life On The Palm

There’s nothing to not to love about the Palm Jumeirah? Sea breezes, proximity to stunning hotels clubbed with beautiful beaches & of course some of Dubai’s most expensive properties. If an apartment 800m up in the Burj Khalifa isn’t your scene, why not consider spending your days gazing out at the azure waters of the Arabian Sea from your own 5-bedroom duplex 21,294 sq. ft. Palm Jumeirah penthouse? 

Becoming an owner of this movie star-style home will set you back AED 93,330,000, but for that, you will get a sensational spacious roof terrace with private infinity pool, on The Palm’s West Trunk.

The attractions of living on The Palm are well known. Proximity to some of Dubai’s showiest 5 star hotels, including the world famous The Atlantis The Palm & an opportunity to own a piece of one of Dubai’s original marvels of engineering, who’s construction kick started back in 2001. 

If your budget does not quite stretch to a penthouse, then there are plenty of other choices of apartments for sale on The Palm & you could pick yourself up a bijou studio for just AED 750,000. Or, to test those blue waters first & rent a property on The Palm a snip at AED 50,000.

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