Recreating European style architecture is an omnipresent trend in the metropolis on the Arabian Gulf. Incredible skyscrapers shape the cityscape of Dubai, colossal urban infrastructure projects and luxurious projects such as the Bulgary Hotel or the Versace Palazzo are visible throughout the city.
Dubai is a city of ambition and luxury, which is trying to beat the world records in everything including real estate. It is therefore not surprising that more and more luxury properties are being built on the Arabian Gulf. We show you an ultra-modern luxury mansion that is a perfect example for this demand:
Built in 2014, this multi-level property impresses with quality and elegance. Situated in the finest living resort of Dubai, The Emirates Hills, the luxury villa extends over a plot surface of almost 2,300m². On a living area of approx. 1,706 m², the property offers not only plenty of space for six bedrooms and eight bathrooms but also for many other highlights.
The property was designed by renowned architects. A spacious formal living room with double height ceiling is accentuated with a Murano crystal chandelier which was solely made for this mansion. Large-scale windows allow plenty of natural light and immerse the property into a homely ambience. An elevator allows any level of the building to be reached easily. A home cinema provides space for extensive movie nights and sports and wellness fans will be fully satisfied thanks to a pool, a Finnish sauna and a gym. The basement offers enough parking slots for up to five vehicles.
Only the highest quality materials and brands have been used in this luxurious property: White and black marble from Italy dominates the exclusive interiors, as well as wall panels, doors and windows that are made of solid wood. The curtains in the property are made by world well-known designer Lorenzo Rubelli, who provides mostly to royal families. The furniture comes from famous brands such as Becker, Ralph Lauren, Giorgetti, Villeroy & Boch and clarifies once more the quality of this unique property.
The luxury villa, of course, has a detailed safety system with eight cameras, an air conditioning system and an automatic smart home system.