The year 2017 witnessed some great deals in the real estate market especially for villas in Dubai. The homes of Emirates Hills made up the majority of the deals followed by Palm Jumeirah. Below are the top 10 property transactions in 2017, according to REIDIN.
Editor's note: Please note that the villas featured are for illustrative purposes only. The intention is to showcase the villas in the same area at similar price points to better express what attributes the most expensive luxury properties sold this year could have.
1. emirates hills villa, aed 95 million
A luxurious villa hosting more than 5 bedrooms situated in the upscale golf community of Emirates Hills was built on a plot of 35,645 square feet and a built up area of 22,780 square feet. It was sold at AED 95 million and boasts more than 5 bedrooms.
The home featured below is at AED 85 million. It features 10 bedrooms and is situated in the H Sector of Emirates Hills and is complemented with stunning views over the lake and Dubai skyline.
2. emirates hills villa, aed 90 million
Another villa situated in Emirates Hills sold for AED 90 million. It has a built up area of 25,812 square feet, over a plot of 46,211 square feet.
3. palm jumeirah villa, aed 84.2 million
A 5-bedroom villa on the Palm Jumeirah was sold for AED 84.2 million. It has a built up area of 7,762 square feet and sits over a plot of 14,451 square feet.
The below featured beach villa is at a similar price point. It is situated on the Palm Jumeirah and features 6 bedrooms. It offers Dubai's first unique Vitrocsa motorized guillotine window system featuring floor to ceiling glass windows that open through a motorized system over three floors of glass.
4. palm jumeirah villa, aed 67 million
A 5-bedroom home in Palm Jumeirah with a built up area of 7,924 square feet over a plot size of 14,451 square feet sold for AED 65 million. The beach villa featured below, is one of the nicest beach villas of Dubai and features 7 bedrooms around the same price point.
5. emirates hills villa, aed 60 million
A villa with over 5 bedrooms that sold for AED 60 million has a built up area of 16,106 square feet over an area of 22,236 square feet.
The below featured villa, is situated in the J Sector of Emirates Hills. Consisting of 6 bedrooms, it has several sitting areas on the main floor, a spacious dining area ,a beautiful kitchen and office facing the lake.
6. emirates hills villa, aed 55 million
The villa (not pictured above), has a built up area of 16,106 square feet and has been built on a plot size of 22,236 square feet.
The home featured above is situated in the E Sector of Emirates Hills and comprises of 6 bedrooms. It has been created with some of the finest materials imported from Europe including high quality sanitary ware and kitchen fixtures.
7. emirates hills villa, aed 54.2 million
Another Emirates Hills villa sold for AED 54.2 million has been built on a plot of of 41,704 square feet and has a built up area of 23,924 square feet.
A similar villa featured below is situated in the P Sector of Emirates Hills. It features 7 bedrooms and will provide its occupant with gorgeous golf course and water views.
8. emirates hills villa, aed 50 million
An Emirates Hills villa sold for AED 50 million was been built on a plot size of 35,021 square feet with a built up area of 22,381 square feet.
The below featured villa is situated at the P Sector of Emirates Hills and is at the same price point. It is a fully furnished one and features 6 bedrooms. It is complemented with jaw dropping of the Dubai Marina skyline.
9. Emirates Hills Villa, aed 49 million
The home sold in Emirates Hills has a built up area of 2,792 square feet over a plot of 40,805 square feet.
10. emirates hills villa, aed 41 million
This villa sold for AED 41 million has been built on a plot of 19,674 square feet with a built up area of 12,266 square feet.
Luxhabitat has listed a comparable villa that is featured below is located at the H Sector of Emirates Hills. It features 5 bedrooms and is complemented with a touch of contemporary style and Islamic architecture, adorned with wooden overhangs and shading devices to beat the desert heat.