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The Most Incredible Million-Dollar Mansions Of Dubai

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Dubai has built a name for itself as one of the most luxurious places in the world to live. From sleek sports cars to lavish gold-encrusted toilets and beyond, the Emiratis know how to live life to the fullest. Everything is done to the absolute maximum in Dubai – including the not-so-humble abodes of the country’s elite.

Whether they’re located miles out to sea on a giant man-made island or high above the city with views of one of the most incredible skylines in the world, there are multi-million villas, penthouses, and condos everywhere in Dubai. Here’s a look at some of those elaborately designed exquisite properties that have it all, except, in some cases, land access for the FedEx delivery person.

1. Floating Seahorse Villa

Year Built: 2020
Estimated Market Value: $3 Million*
Architect: Kleindienst Group

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The underwater section of the floating seahorse villas is composed of a reinforced concrete box with windows on either side that provide full views of the underwater world around the semi-aquatic home. In this lower level, there are two bedrooms (each with its own en suite). The water level section has a complete kitchen that can be concealed with fold-out panels, a dining area, and a washroom facility.

A jacuzzi and large terrace await the seahorse’s residents on the floating home’s upper level, but that’s not all. With one of these villas, noisy neighbors will quickly become a thing of the past — traded in for the soothing sounds of the waves crashing against the front patio.

2. New Living on Water

Year Built: 2017I -2018
Estimated Market Value: Unknown
Architect: Unknown

These stunning homes were brought to Dubai by a Dutch company aptly named New Living on Water (NLW). Their first project in the Middle East, they expect to bring in about $150 million total from home sales alone. 

NLW aimed to create homes that were both environmentally friendly and beautiful, with an emphasis on privacy for their inhabitants, despite being in a large city. The market for these might be narrow, but a lucky few million- and billionaires will no doubt snatch these homes off the market in no time.

3. Duplex, Six Senses Residences

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $7.7 Million*
Architect: Select Group

If you’re living in Dubai and have been successful enough in life to reside in one of Dubai’s fabulous neighborhoods, the Six Senses Residences on the world-famous Palm Jumeirah is not a bad place to start. This Sky Villa is a duplex with a built-up area that covers 6,196-square-feet and has almost everything you’d ever need.

4. Emirates Hills Supermansion

Year Built: N/A
Estimated Market Value: $25.5 Million*
Architect: B8 Architecture and Design Studio

This 43,000-square-foot ‘super mansion’ is one of the largest such properties in Emirates Hills. Designed with seven bedrooms and an open-plan entrance area with double-height ceilings, the $25.5 million estate is definitely for those who don’t just enjoy the lap of luxury but would settle for nothing less. 

Its conceptual design shows a masterful rooftop with an end-to-end patio and an infinity pool in the center. The mansion’s enclosed front courtyard will be wonderfully landscaped and fitted with fountains that line the driveway where an assortment of Bugattis, Ferraris, and other high-end luxury vehicles will most likely be kept.

5. Penthouse, Dubai Canal

Year Built: 2021-2023
Estimated Market Value: $23.4 Million*
Architect: Arquitectonica and Meyer Davis Studio

With the help of the brilliant Italian designer brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani, architect firms Arquitectonica and Meyer Davis Studio have collaborated to design a paradise oasis on the Dubai Canal — the Mr. C Residences. One of the prize picks of the residences is a 15,220-square-foot five-bedroom, six-bathroom penthouse apartment with world-class views of the Arabian Gulf.

Included in the many amenities that this 15,220-square-foot flat will offer is a formal dining room — that will seat ten comfortably and a rooftop terrace with a seating area and a swimming pool. The 6-bedroom penthouse will even have a private elevator that’s only accessible by the owner (and security, of course).

6. Sky Mansion, Ritz Carlton Residences

Year Built: 2020-2025
Estimated Market Value: $46.5 Million
Architect: Amar Sabeh

Found within Dubai’s Creekside neighborhood, in the Ritz Carlton Residences, this Sky Mansion is like something out of a fairytale. Its 42,332-square-foot plot consists of only built-up area — meaning not an inch of space has been wasted. Whether you have a large family or just lots of friends, this 8-bedroom giant has enough room for all.

Depending on the time of year, residents of the Ritz Carlton’s Sky Mansion will be able to spot several exotic birds in the nearby Ras Al Khor nature reserve — which can be seen from one of the mansions encompassing floor-to-ceiling windows.

7. Frond N, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $22 Million*
Architect: Unknown

This $22 million mansion can be found on Frond N as part of The Palm Jumeirah’s exclusive gated community, Signature Villas estates. The villa’s open-plan main foyer has extra high ceilings that are accentuated by the glorious crystalline chandelier that hovers above. However, the property’s true beauty won’t be seen until you’ve explored further.

There are six bedrooms and an astonishing thirteen washrooms within the walls of this 13,578-square-foot ultra-modern villa. Unique to this Frond N masterpiece is a rooftop gym with encompassing glass walls that provide dreamlike views of one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

8. The Volante

Year Built: 2017
Estimated Market Value: $10.3 Million*
Architect: The Fraser Nag Partnership

Located on the shores of the Dubai Canal, Volante has a clear view of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and most of Dubai’s incredible modern downtown skyline. The building features 45 exclusive residences, including this 5-bedroom, 6-full bathroom, and 10,788-square-foot full-floor suite.

Residents of the Volante have full access to the complex’s spa and fitness center. However, it’s doubtful that there will be much time for those things while entertaining guests in the beautifully built infinity pool or singing songs and roasting marshmallows by the dancing flames of the sunken fire pit outback. 

9. Cavalli Tower, Dubai Marina

Year Built: Estimated Finish Date of 2025
Estimated Market Value: $7.1 Million*
Architect: DAMAC

The Cavalli Tower project at the Dubai Marina was launched in 2018 and will have 485 units over seventy floors. When it’s completed in 2025, the Cavalli Tower will be near the top of the list of DAMAC Properties’ largest and most daring undertaking to date. 

Several villas will be on the tower’s upper floors, just like this 6,501-square-foot paradise pad in the sky. The 5-bed, 6-bath penthouse is close enough to the downtown promenade that everything you need should be within walking distance. The Cavalli Tower will have an in-house fitness center and spa, a 24-hour concierge, and a resort-style pool bar. 

10. World Trade Centre Residence

Year Built: 2005-2008
Estimated Market Value: Price On Application
Architect: Hazel W.S. Wong

Located next to Dubai’s World Trade Centre, just a few miles from the northern shores of Downtown Dubai are the World Trade Centre Residences. The residences have several massive penthouse apartments, including this next one that covers over 15,000-square-feet of the tower’s upper floors.

The 16.5-foot ceilings of the entertainment and living areas give the abode a royal feel. However, a few minutes of staring off into the horizon from one of the duplex penthouse’s two terraces should do the trick when trying to remain humble. 

11. Mediterranean Villa

Year Built: 2019
Estimated Market Value: $27.23 Million*
Architect: Callison RTKL

Much like Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, the Dubai Hills Estate, one of the wealthiest communities in Dubai, is located on the ‘outskirts’ of the city. The neighborhood is often referred to as “millionaire’s row,” and after a brief tour, the nickname will become quite clear.

This 6-bed, 7-bath Mediterranean-style Villa in Dubai Hills Estate is one of several dream mansions in the hills. The 27,800-square-foot villa has marble flooring in all the main rooms and tons of amenities to entertain even the ficklest of guests, including a movie lounge, spa, and a huge outdoor entertainment area.

12. Penthouse, Downtown Dubai

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: $20.4 Million*
Architect: Omniyat

The penthouse that takes up the 37th, 38th, and 39th floors of Omniyat’s The Residences, Dorchester Collection in downtown Dubai sits perched on the banks of the Dubai Canal with transcendent views of the Burj Khalifa and the rest of the dreamlike downtown Dubai skyline. The “super triplex” has 26-foot high ceilings that make it appear even larger than it already is.

Although the triplex’s interior is yet to be built, we know that the buyer who purchased the shell of this $20.4 million palace in the sky is the owner of 17,712-square-feet of prized Dubai real estate. They will also have an outrageously large outdoor area with a rooftop pool.

13. Jumeirah 3, Jumeirah

Year Built: 2015
Estimated Market Value: $17.2 Million*
Architect: Unknown

If privacy has been an issue in the past, you can forget about those troubles. This Jumeirah 3 villa has twelve-foot-high walls to help ensure your private life remains that way. Once inside the mansion, it will be tough to get you to leave. The 15,000-square-foot open-plan layout has almost everything one could need.

The design of the villa’s two-kitchen setup and stunning dining room is accentuated by its elegantly laid-out marble floors and an incredible central courtyard. Inside this mansion, there are 6-bedrooms and 7-bathrooms. Not to mention an indoor theater and fitness center.

14. Majestic Vistas, Dubai Hills Estate

Year Built: 2021-2022
Estimated Market Value: $9.5 Million*
Architect: Emaar

Located within Mohammed bin Rashid City’s upper-class Dubai Hills Estates, this 13,336-square-foot villa is part of Emaar’s Majestic Vistas Villas project. The 6-bedroom mansions of the estates have been gracefully designed to optimize all possible natural light.

The floor-to-ceiling glass windows surrounding the dining and living spaces really brighten up the place, and if you’re a golf fan, you’ll love this. They’re situated right on the iconic championship Dubai Hills Golf Course and have views of the links that will make watching golf on ESPN a thing of the past.

15. Al Barari Villa

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: Unknown
Architect: Frederico Spagnulo

Designed by the famous Italian architect Frederico Spagnulo, the Al Barari Villa (or Villa Blackrock) has seven large bedrooms and twice that number of washrooms. This exquisite mansion is a one-of-a-kind sophisticated abode with Swedish wood flooring, Italian marble tiling, and a masterful spiral staircase that commands the focus of the room.

Villa Blackrock has a private movie theater, 12-seat dining area, spa, fitness center, personal library, steam room, sauna, and even an ice pool that’s kept at 10° F — and that’s not even all there is in this 4-floor, 18,468-square-foot mansion. It also has an outdoor pool to cool off in during those hot Emirati summer days.

16. Six Senses Residences, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2020-Present
Estimated Market Value: $22.2 Million*
Architect: Select Group

The Six Senses Residences on Dubai’s exquisite Palm Jumeirah is made up of 162 private residences, nine of which are beautifully designed beachfront villas that would be perfect for anyone who enjoys living in the lap of luxury. Whether you’re a fan of water sports or relaxing at home, these villas have it all.

Their built-up area is approximately 26,514-square-feet and consists of 5-bedrooms (with ensuite) that have incredible nightly views of Dubai’s unbelievable sunset. If you’ve got $22.2 million to spare, love privacy, and have no problem hanging around your huge mansion all day, a villa in the Six Senses Residences might be just the property you’ve been looking for.

17. Eco-Friendly Floating Mansion

Year Built: 2023
Estimated Market Value: $5.4 Million*
Architect: Unknown

A few years back, Swiss hotelier Kempinski began the first phase of a massive project — a 156-room floating palace resort. The floating structure will be surrounded by twelve private villas, or ‘ luxury houseboats,’ as Kempinski refers to them. 

The roofs of the Neptune villas are lined with solar panels — making these floating homes eco-friendly and energy-efficient. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide for beautiful views of the sunset from the sea, especially when the villas are detached from the dock and set sail toward the horizon at a cruising speed of 6 nautical miles. The Neptune villas are not just rentals; they’re also for sale. And all for the comparatively reasonable price of approximately $5.4 million.

18. Bugatti-Inspired Villa

Year Built: 2015
Estimated Market Value: $10 Million*
Architect: Unknown

These homes are perfect for fans of the world’s fasted street-legal automobile, the Bugatti Veyron. Designed to look like Bugattis, these limited-edition homes  are named Ettore 791–a clever nod to both Ettore Bugatti and the country’s calling code. 

The homes come outfitted with glass garages to show off their cars, along with seven bedrooms, and floor to ceiling windows with golf course views. Prices start at a whopping $10 million, but it appears that the sky is the limit. 

19. Le Reve, Dubai Marina

Year Built: 2004-2006
Estimated Market Value: $13 Million*
Architect: WS Atkins & Partners

Coming in with 4-beds and 7-baths, this penthouse takes up an entire floor of the 52-story Le Reve residential complex. It has marble, and wood-finished walls and a kitchen made for families to enjoy meals within its walls.

A 4K Dolby Atmosphere cinema system has been built right into the penthouse’s walls, providing optimum sound for whatever you choose to listen to. The fabulous panoramic views of the Dubai Marina that look out toward the Palm Jumeirah and the rest of the Dubai beachfront will have you Tweeting none stop about how great your flat is.

20. Mansion, Jumeirah Bay Island

Year Built: 2017
Estimated Market Value: Price On Application
Architect: Hannes Werner with Wolfgang Regner / Aleksandra Spijunovic

Jumeirah Bay is well known for its larger-than-life mansions and extravagant lifestyle. However, if you’re hoping to find the top-tier properties that this neighborhood has to offer, the seahorse-shaped island just off the coast of the mainland is where the attention should be focused.

At least that’s where this 64,583-square-foot mega-mansion villa can be found. This enormous house has more than enough bedrooms for all of one’s out-of-town guests (each with its own washroom) and a one-of-a-kind upper-level infinity pool with a full view of the bay.

21. The 118 Penthouse

Year Built: 2018
Estimated Market Value: $13.4 Million
Architect: Archgroup Consultants

With views of the world’s tallest building, The Burj Khalifa, and its surrounding park and fountain, the 28th penthouse on the 28th-floor of 118 Downtown is a 6,650-square-foot work of art. The apartment’s extra-high ceilings provide for a homely atmosphere, and its 4-bedroom design means that there shouldn’t be a problem finding space for visitors. 

As made evident by the extra room in the penthouse, the one that’s been designated for a private driver, it’s expected that whoever lives here probably won’t be doing much of their own driving or cooking. The penthouse’s kitchen was designed by SieMatic and will be a great workspace for most personal chefs.

22. Pearl Jumeirah, Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $15 Million*
Architect: Unknown

Located just off the coast of Dubai’s central business district, the Palm Jumeirah houses a handful of the city’s most beautifully designed villas. The one that is arguably at the top of the Pearl’s list of excellence is an 8-bed, 10-bathroom beachside villa on the most exclusive part of the island.

The building’s facade was designed to depict each of the world’s gems via LED lighting, adding breathtaking decadence to an already gorgeous structure. Residents of the Pearl Jumeirah keep their gold , Porches, and Mercedes safely stored away behind thick transparent garage doors. Why transparent? Why not?

23. Triplex Penthouse In The Atlantis Royal

Year Built: 2021-2022
Estimated Market Value: $49 Million*
Architect: Sybille de Margerie

In the middle of the crescent that encircles the main palm of the exquisite man-made Palm Jumeirah is the site of the Royal Atlantis luxury hotel and resort and its accompanying Royal Atlantis Residences. Taking up the 35th-37th floors of the complex is a triplex unlike anything you’d find anywhere else. 

The 25,000-square-foot Atlantis triplex is listed at $49 million, which was Dubai’s most expensive condo as of the end of 2021. As of now, there are no plans for the design of the penthouse’s interior. That will be left to the property’s buyer, who will most likely be the CEO of a Google-like company, of course.

24. XXII Carat, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2016-2017
Estimated Market Value: $23 Million*
Architect: Chattels & More

The XXII is another of the beachside properties of The Palm Jumeirah. However, unlike some of the other mansions, this one isn’t located on the main trunk or any of The Palm’s fronds. It can be found right down at the end of the outer crescent with one of the most beautiful views around. 

$23 million isn’t just going to get you nice views. The XXII Carat also has 5-bedrooms (each with an ensuite), a spacious library, and a classy high-ceilinged living room with an imperial staircase that leads upstairs. And what’s up there? The private terrace and rooftop swimming pool, of course.

25. Beach Front Villa, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $15 Million*
Architect: Nakheel

Residents of Dubai who are looking for the security and privacy of an exclusive community need to look no further than the beachfront villas on Palm Jumeirah’s Frond K residential sub-community. It comes fully equipped with everything one needs in order to live their best life, including 6-bedrooms, 8-washrooms, and a rooftop patio with a panoramic view of Dubai.

At 13,414-square-feet Frond K’s villas are not the largest that reside on The Palm Jumeirah, but they sure are some of the most beautiful. The yard has a large swimming pool to cool off in, and a covered outdoor deck ideal for entertaining.

26. 100 Palm

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: $30.2 Million*
Architect: SAOTA

With five huge suits, eight washrooms, and a built-up area of about 14,000 square feet, ONE100 Palm is a great example of the multi-million-dollar mansions that reside on Palm Jumeirah, which gives the word luxurious a whole new meaning.

26. 100 Palm

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: $30.2 Million*
Architect: SAOTA

With five huge suits, eight washrooms, and a built-up area of about 14,000 square feet, ONE100 Palm is a great example of the multi-million-dollar mansions that reside on Palm Jumeirah, which gives the word luxurious a whole new meaning.

If you’re looking for a place with various amenities, ONE100 Palm has a state-of-the-art fitness center, entertainment lounge, and three gourmet kitchens. More into the hosting lifestyle? Not a problem. This $30.2 million seaside mansion has a glass-tile infinity pool, rooftop jacuzzi, and an outdoor cinema fully equipped with a massive assortment of candy and popcorn.

27. One Palm Omniyat

Year Built: 2022
Estimated Market Value: $10.6 Million*
Architect: Omniyat

Omniyat’s One Palm residences are among the first things people see when they gaze across at the wondrous Palm Jumeirah from Dubai’s mainland. With 4-bedrooms and 4-bathrooms, this 8,718-square-foot apartment is suitable for growing families (or single folks) who are used to having visitors stick around for a while.

Residents of One Palm Jumeriah have full access to the building’s private beach, fitness room, sauna, in-house cinema, and, of course, its lagoon-inspired pool surrounded by palm trees that helps to make every day a day in paradise.

28. Frond M, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $22 million*
Architect: Unknown

Taking up 13,120-square-feet of space on The Palm Jumeirah’s exclusive Frond M, this 3-floor villa has 6-bedrooms, a couple of lounges, a gaming room, a huge beachside infinity pool, and an open main floor plan that makes it seem even larger than it already is. Long story short, the designers did not skimp on anything.

Due to the villa’s floor-to-ceiling windows, those who reside here will never be for want of a stunning view — which, thanks to its location at the end of Frond M, this mansion’s is second-to-none. The properties on Frond M are also Smart compatible, which means Alexa will always be there to help regulate the pool’s temperature.

29. Ritz Carlton Residences

Year Built: 2022-2025
Estimated Market Value: $48.2 Million
Architect: Amar Sabeh

Dubai’s Ritz Carlton Residences are some of the most expensive private properties that can be found anywhere in the world. Each is designed with floor-to-ceiling windows in every room but does not lack privacy. The main hall of each residence has a winding staircase that emanates grace and class.

The luxury residences at the Ritz Carlton in Dubai have eight beautiful bedrooms, each with its own washroom and private terrace, and, of course, the property’s outdoor area has an infinity pool. Located in the city, instead of off its coast, the rooftops of the Ritz Carlton’s Creekside Residences provide views of the Ra Al Khor Reserve and the world-famous Dubai skyline.

30. The Crescent, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $20.1 Million*
Architect: Francesco Molon and Leo International Team

The $20.1 million aptly named Imperial Mansion is located on the outer crescent of the Palm Jumeirah at the Emerald Palace. The estate’s stunning interior was designed using the 50+ years of experience of the architectural team from Francesco Molon. When we say stunning, we mean it.

Walking through the Imperial Mansion means walking on polished marble floors through rooms that are lit by unbelievable crystal chandeliers. Suppose we’re going to talk about luxury. In that case, we can’t omit the mansion’s elevator that services all of the property’s floors, including the basement, which houses the mansion’s private spa and personal fitness center.

31. One at Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2020
Estimated Market Value: $12.7 Million*
Architect: SOMA

One of the first complexes you’ll see when visiting the fabulous palm-shaped artificial island in Dubai is One at Palm Jumeirah, the 25-floor skyscraper at the base of the palm’s trunk. Aside from the 64 rooms and 27 suites, One at Palm also has four world-class villas on the property. 

This villa, in particular, is a 7,169-square-foot villa with four-room and four bathrooms. Each bedroom is equipped with a walk-in closet, and the washrooms are marble-finished, not gold as one would expect in Dubai. Trying to find a place to park your yacht? Look no further than the mansion’s yard, which backs onto the beachfront and marina.

32. The Address Sky View Towers

Year Built: 2019
Estimated Market Value: $9.5 Million*
Architect: Adrian Smith of Skidmore Owings & Merrill

They might sit in the shadows of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, but The Address Sky View Towers should not be taken lightly. Within its walls are a few of Dubai’s pristine condos, including the one that takes up the Towers’ top two floors.

The interior area of The Address Sky View Towers’ top-floor duplex is 8,357-square-feet. That includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a showcase high-ceilinged living room that exits onto the $9.5 million property’s enormous 1,100-square-foot terrace. The duplex also has an additional guest room that (let’s be honest) will probably be for the live-in maid.

33. Jumeirah Palace Villa

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $38 Million*
Architect: Unknown

Inspired by the ancient architects who designed Athen’s awe-inspiring Parthenon, this 34,869-square-foot modern work of architectural art sits on a 78,100-square-foot plot of land in the Umm Al Sheif District of Dubai. The villa boasts six ensuite-accompanied bedrooms and an extra three bathrooms for guests.

The entrance has a grand staircase that exudes sophistication. Like many of the other mansions in Dubai, the Palace Villa’s outdoor amenities include a private pool, a large private garden, and ample parking space. However, the villa’s running track and tennis court are what truly put this mansion a cut above the rest.

34. Imperial Penthouse, The Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $16.3 Million*
Architect: Unknown

The Imperial Penthouse is part of The Palm Jumeirah’s resort-style Six Senses Residences. At 10,467 square feet, this 4-bedroom penthouse is not the largest property in Dubai, but, let’s face it, it’s definitely not small. Considering the penthouse is located on the beachfront, it’s safe to say that breathtaking views are never hard to find.

If you’ve just gotten back from a long day of skydiving and driving top-end sports cars around Dubai and you’re looking for a way to unwind, the Imperial Penthouse’s private rooftop pool and its accompanying terrace should do the trick. Just pop on some Netflix, and chill in style.

35. Villa in Emirates Hills

Year Built: 2003
Estimated Market Value: $17.7 Million*
Architect: Hopkins Architects

When it comes to expensive properties in Dubai, The Palm Jumeirah and Burj Khalifa get a lot of the attention. However, there’s a private neighborhood not far from the coast that is every bit as swanky — Emirates Hills. This gated community is home to several properties that could easily pass as royal villas, including this 9,000 square-foot, 7-bedroom, and 9-full bathroom masterpiece.

Found in Emirates Hills Sector P, this $17.7 million villa has a grand, high-ceilinged front foyer, private study, and like most places in Dubai, majestic scenery is all around. Depending on where one is in this “mini palace,” they’ll either have an overlooking view of the property’s luscious garden or its neighboring inland lake.

36. Emirates Hills Mansion

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $27 Million*
Architect: Emaar

With an in-house spa, a kitchen suitable to accommodate any gourmet chef’s needs, and a living room big enough to host a small gala, this $27 million mansion in Sector V, Emirates Hills, was made for entertaining.

At 28,000-square-feet, the incredible mansion in the Emirates Hills community measures in at half the size of an NFL field, and it does not lack amenities. The ultra-luxury estate has nine ensuite bedrooms and another six sleeping quarters that have been designated for the mansion’s much-needed staff. 

37. Palm Jumeirah Villa

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $25.8 Million*
Architect: Unknown

Coming in at $25.8 million, the 13,398-square-foot villa on the famous Palm Jumeirah’s Frond C is part of the uber-wealthy Signature Villas community. The villa was built with the comfort of its host in mind. It has six bedrooms and eight full bathrooms, but that’s just the beginning.

The mega-villa’s courtyard doubles as its front foyer and acts as a fantastic welcome mat for visitors. The lounge room was designed with a sunken seating area suitable for entertaining, but one thing that draws attention to the villa most is its outdoor area. It has a large decked terrace, private beach access, and a garden reminiscent of one you’d find at a palace.

38. Lagoon View Villa, Mohammed Bin Rashid City

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: $35.4 Million*
Architect: Emaar

Sitting on the outskirts of Dubai, situated within the ultra-exclusive Mohammed bin Rashid City Hills Grove community, this 22,496-square-foot villa has a clear view of the lagoon from its place in the center of the 18-hole championship Dubai Hills Golf Course. 

The 7-bed, 9-bath villa has panoramic windows, several balconies, and a large top-floor terrace. The yard is made up of a swimming pool suited for a $35.4 million villa and a beautifully landscaped garden with only the most gorgeous and rare plants and flowers.

39. Signature Villas, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $23 Million*
Architect: Nakheel

The Signature Villas on Frond N of the “eighth wonder of the world,” The Palm Jumeirah, are fantastic waterfront properties for large families that prefer the privacy of a gated community. This villa, in particular, is a 6-bed, 7-bath, 6,976-square-foot villa situated on a plot of land twice that size.

Each of the villa’s bedrooms has been fitted with built-in wardrobes and has access to views of the Palm Jumeirah itself or the Atlantis complex across the bay. The kitchen is fit for nothing less than Michelin-star chefs, and the living room is large enough to accommodate at least a dozen people comfortably. 

40. District One, Mohammed Bin Rashid City

Year Built: 2019
Estimated Market Value: Price On Application
Architect: AE7

Within Mohammed bin Rashid City’s luxury residential District One neighborhood, potential buyers will be able to find villas with Mediterranean or Modern Arabic architectural designs, sometimes a little of both. This grand mansion has a minimalistic feel, which says a lot considering it takes up a whopping 27,000-square-feet of space.

This District One grand mansion has 7-bedrooms spread throughout and a top-of-the-line indoor cinema set up large enough to entertain anyone who might pop by. District One location places it close to several great outdoor activities, including the trails around the ‘largest man-made lagoon in the world,’ the Crystal Lagoon.

41. The Dorchester Collection, Business Bay

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $11.1 Million*
Architect: Ominyat

As one of the thirty-nine penthouses of the Dorchester Collection (in Dubai’s Business Bay) this $11.1 million apartment provides those who dwell within with incredible views of the Burj Khalifa and the heart of Dubai’s vibrant central business district.

The 9,433-square-foot modestly luxurious penthouse has 4-rooms and 4-bathrooms. French designers Gilles and Boissier took care of the suite’s interior design and did so in a way that only they could. The complex has a shared pool, private garden, and an assortment of high-end sports facilities for its residents to use at their leisure.

42. Frond P, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2019-2021
Estimated Market Value: $12 Million*
Architect: Unknown

Once you enter the Palm Jumeirah’s property, the first frond on the left is Frond P. Frond P might not be the furthest frond from the shore, nor the largest frond on The Palm, but it does have some incredible villas that cost millions of dollars. 

This $12 million 8,000-square-foot villa is a prime example of what Frond P has to offer. It has 5-bedrooms, 6-bathrooms, and a wealth of other amenities, including a spacious study and Gaggenau kitchen. If the Signature Villa’s waterfront location isn’t enough to keep the kids busy, you can always hook their XBox up to the theatre system. That should keep them busy while you catch some rays in the villa’s private pool.

43. One at Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2022
Estimated Market Value: $10.6 Million*
Architect: Omniyat

One Palm by Omniyat is a gorgeous beachside property that provides residents with unobstructed sea views from every apartment in the building, but that’s not all. One Palm has multiple swimming pools, a spa center, and a state-of-the-art gym on the premises.

4,355-square-feet is comparatively small for a multi-million-dollar apartment in Dubai. Still, with access to three private beaches and a spot on one of the city’s most sought-after properties, this 4-bedroom penthouse will be a fantastic investment for whoever scoops it up from AX Capital — and it’s only $10.6 million!

44. Dubai Hills Villa

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: Price On Application
Architect: Unknown

If owning a villa in the swanky Dubai Hills View community is not on your bucket list, it should be. Measuring in at 30,649-square-feet of built-up area on a 35,000-square-foot plot of land, this 9-bedroom, 10-washroom deluxe mansion is a tiny city of its own.

The villa’s modern interior lends well to the contemporary structure of the home’s architectural design. In the dining area, you’ll find a more formal setting that can easily seat sixteen for dinner. During the day, sit back, relax, and wait around the pool for that latest Etsy order to arrive.

45. Bulgari Residences, Jumeirah Bay Island

Year Built: 2017
Estimated Market Value: $9.5 Million*
Architect: Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel

Located near the coast of Dubai, the Bulgari Residences of Jumeirah Bay Island is a residential development whose patrons can have anything from a loft-style apartment to a 9,397-square-foot luxury penthouse — depending on what they could afford, of course.

For $9.5 million, you can buy yourself one of the Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel designed, 4-bed, 5-bath penthouses with views of the majestic Burj Khalifa and the turquoise blue Persian Gulf. All of which can be enjoyed from the outdoor terrace lounge of your private suite or the Bulgari’s resident-only private swimming pool.

46. Beachfront Villa, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2011-2015
Estimated Market Value: $17.7 Million*
Architect: Melzer Deckert and Ruder Architects, Inc. (MDR)

This 6,881-square-foot Frond N villa has five bedrooms and seven full bathrooms. Its open-plan living space that incorporates the indoor and outdoor lounges and the kitchen’s dining area creates an entertainment area of which to be envious. 

Once outside, it will be tough to come back in. The villa’s wrap-around terrace offers something for everyone. It has a stunning infinity pool that backs onto the sea, an area for the kids to play, and compatibility for a Smart entertainment system that would put Best Buy to shame.

47. Sweden Beach Palace, The World Islands

Year Built: 2018
Estimated Market Value: $34 Million*
Architect: Kleindienst Group

Amongst the cluster of six islands of The World Islands known as ‘The Heart of Europe,’ the Kleindienst Group has developed a 7-bed, 8-bath executive mansion that is meant to embody the essence of Sweden with a Dubai twist. The open-plan master bedroom has a jacuzzi a few feet from the bed and a private balcony that looks out at the rest of “Europe”.

The Sweden Beach Palace is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a 25,230-square-foot mansion with a marble-finished kitchen with more counter space than you’ve ever dreamed of having and a side-by-side lounge and entertainment room with high ceilings and the classiest chandeliers you’ve ever laid your eyes on.

48. Palm Jumeirah Villa

Year Built: 2019-2021
Estimated Market Value: $19 Million*
Architect: Unknown

This 7,000-square-foot villa in The Palm Jumeirah’s Frond P Signature Villas has been fully renovated and is ready for someone to snatch it up. It boasts multiple dining areas, a private bar, and a sunken lounge room. The whole house has also been wired to a central entertainment system that can be accessed from any room. 

Outside, the Frond P villa has a spacious pool deck and a lovely pool — both of which are great options for places to spend a lazy day in Dubai. If you’re looking for a quick bite to eat outside of your 5-bed, 5-bath villa, McDonald’s is less than a mile from the gated community, and they deliver.

49. XXII Carat, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2016-2017
Estimated Market Value: $15 Million*
Architect: Chattels & More

The 9,310-square-foot XXII Carat, Palm Jumeirah villa is worth every dirham of its $15 million price tag. It’s located on the far end of the Palm’s outer crescent. Close enough to see downtown Dubai light up at night, but far enough away that others won’t be able to disturb the serene atmosphere you’ve created for yourself.

This first sea-line property has seven bedrooms and nine fully-equipped bathrooms. Although this mansion isn’t made of 22-Carat gold (as its name entails), the experience of living in a place with such decadence and pizzaz will make every moment feel like a golden one.

50. Dubai Hills Villa

Year Built: 2021
Estimated Market Value: Price On Application
Architect: Emaar Properties

This 33,546-square-foot 9-bedroom, 9-bathroom Dubai Hills Grove mansion has triple-high ceilings and marble floors that lead the way through the house’s many incredible amenities. Its tremendous main floor was designed as an open-layout room in which the lounge, dining area, and living room come together to form one substantial hosting venue.

The mansion’s yard is home to a private garden, about which Frances Hodgson Burnett would be proud to write. Let’s not forget that it also has a full view of the Dubai Hills Golf Course and the phenomenal views that go along with it.

51. Coldwell Banker, Emirates Hills

Year Built: Unknown
Estimated Market Value: $12.5 Million*
Architect: Emaar Properties

In the heart of Emirates Hills, Dubai’s most prestigious and expensive neighborhood, a few mansions stand apart from the others. One of which is a $12.5 million estate with a full view of the community’s private golf course.

The luxurious kitchen of this 7-bedroom mansion is like something out of a movie — it has all the modern appliances one could ask for and ample space to move about while cooking. This Emirates Hills villa has a personal gym, mini movie theatre, and a mini indoor spa for the hard worker who needs to unwind after a long day.

52. W Residences, Palm Jumeirah

Year Built: 2014-2020
Estimated Market Value: $6 Million*
Architect: RMJM Dubai

The W Residences are located at about the 9:30 position of the Palm Jumeirah’s outer crescent in one of the landmark’s most sought-after communities. Due to its location, those in the W Residences enjoy the spoils of privacy, gorgeous views, and luxury living like you’ve never seen. 

At one foot shy of 8,300-square-feet, this 4-bed, 6-bath flat ‘ain’t no slouch.’ The $6 million property has a dining area that accommodates ten and the table and another four at the attached private bar. If you’re looking for a place to entertain friends, family, and business associates alike, take a gander at the open-plan W Residences.

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