What Does a Villa Built for a Dubai Royal Look Like?
August 23, 2017
Take a look inside this 46,000 square foot luxury villa complete with luxury amenities including 11 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools, a 16-seat movie theater, breathtaking views of the best stretch of beachfront available for a private residence in Dubai, and a nightclub with room for 200 guests. According to Mansion Global, ‘The villa also comes with a very rare asset in this part of the world’ approval to put in a mooring for a boat, something that is not usually permitted in Dubai’.
The neighborhood is full of high-end establishments such as Nobu and Locatelli located in the Atlantis hotel, a W Hotel coming soon, and a $4.5 million square foot shopping mall currently under construction that will feature five stories of luxury shopping and rooftop restaurants.
It may be not a surprise that the Dubai Royal family never lived in the home, but used it for guests and entertaining. Built in 2007, the villa is built more like a hotel than a private residence with specific service entrances and complete maid quarters for 10 staff members. The villa is currently on the market for $200 million (AE Dollar) / $54.5 million (US Dollar). See Mansion Global article
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Photo: Mansion Global