REVEALED: Dubai’s 20 most expensive properties

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Emaar’s Emirates Hills features the highest number of properties in the top 20 most expensive homes.

Emaar’s Emirates Hills features the highest number of properties in the top 20 most expensive homes.

Dubai’s real estate market might still be in bumpy territory but for the super-rich buying a luxury villa on the Palm Jumeirah could still mean paying out as much as AED172m ($46.8m), the most expensive property currently listed for sale in the emirate.

Click here to see our gallery of Dubai's priciest properties.

Emaar’s Emirates Hills features the highest number of properties in the top 20 most expensive homes currently for sale, according to data from property website, PropertyFinder.ae. The luxury development features 11 of the top 20 villas, ranging in price from AED85m to AED56m.

Le Reve in Dubai Marina also features five apartments currently ranked amongst Dubai’s top 20 followed by one in Jumeirah Islands and one in Arabian Ranches.

Click here to see our gallery of Dubai's priciest properties.

* All information accurate as of February 20 2012. All images are for illustrative purposes only.

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