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One of the more established areas in Dubai, Jumeirah's ideal location near the beach makes it perfect for beachside living. Brimming with history, this area was previously a fisherman diving and trading site. Previously known as Chicago Beach, this locality is known for hosting well-off expats and Arabs. With proximity to the Burj Al Arab and Palm Jumeirah, this area is speckled with several tourist attractions. Beautiful villas and townhouses span the locality, with a large repertoire of restaurants to choose from nearby – with apartments now becoming part of the newer offering in the area. Most of the villas in this area can only be bought by GCC Residents, however, the villas in Jumeira Bay/Pearl Jumeira can be bought freehold.
In Jumeirah, you will find luxurious villas for sale with large spaces, available from 3 to 8 bedrooms.
Luxury villas for sale in Jumeirah are usually quite dated, except for a few renovated and refurbished ones that you can find on Luxhabitat Sotheby’s and the newer developments in the Jumeira Bay and Pearl Jumeira areas. Some of them are located within a compound with shared facilities, but there are also massive independent villas. Most of the independent villas can have separate majlises (or living areas, depending on layout), a courtyard, maid’s room, cinema room, garden, and private pool. The kitchens are almost always quite well-sized. Living in a villa in Jumeirah is ideal for large families. Most of these homes come with a temperature-controlled pool and a large recreational area that is perfect for people who want to maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Residents who want privacy will not have to worry about the floor to ceiling windows as there are remote controlled blinds as well as a strong ability to customize the home depending on whether you want an indoor and outdoor feel. Most residents have taken it upon themselves to renovate the villa and now you may find a few contemporary options that will suit you. Historically, the Jumeirah area was occupied by Arabs that were fishermen and pearl divers and traders by occupation. The place saw a tremendous expansion in the 1960's which led to it becoming an area for western expatriate residents. Jumeirah can easily be seen as one of the most exclusive parts of Dubai. The expansion of the emirate since 1995 showed a lot of growth in housing developments across Dubai.
Jumeirah is a massive area which is mostly only for GCC Nationals. Its location is prime being central Dubai and right next to the sea. The villas are complemented landscaped gardens and the residents can easily enjoy the access to the lovely beach. Hotspots within proximity to Jumeirah include City Walk, BOXPARK, Jumeira Bay, Kite Beach, and Burj Al Arab.
Jumeirah is a coastal residential area in Dubai which allows residents to enjoy scenic views and the ability to indulge is exciting world class restaurants, cafes, spas, resorts and much more. Jumeirah comprises of three different areas, Jumeirah 1, Jumeirah 2, and Jumeirah 3. The name Jumeirah means beautiful in Arabic and true to form the homes in the area provides scenic beachfront living and gorgeous views. The residents also can enjoy the luxuries of being in such an exclusive community. The villas here are surrounded by lush, landscaped gardens with easy access to pristine white sand beaches. The beachfront homes here are some of the most expensive residences in the world.
Jumeirah's prime location and a variety of entertainment outlets, malls, etc. nearby makes it an excellent place to call home. Most of the area is only available for GCC nationals however there are some expat communities that have settled into the area as well. Freehold developments can be notably found on Villa Amalfi in Jumeira Bay or a plot can be bought on Jumeira Bay or Pearl Jumeira islands if you are looking to build your own beachfront mansion.