Top 10 most expensive homes for sale in Dubai

Luxhabitat releases its list of the most expensive Dubai homes money can buy in 2017
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High-end real estate brokerage Luxhabitat has released a list of the top 10 most expensive homes for sale in Dubai.
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10 Penthouse, Palm Jumeirah, AED25m ($6.8m)

\nThis penthouse on the East Crescent of the Palm Jumeirah comes with five terraces and puts open space at the front and centre of its design. The views from this penthouse are incomparable; and so are the services, which include a reception and concierge. This expansive home is the perfect retreat, with clean lines and unobstructed views of the sunrise.

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9 Penthouse, Downtown Dubai, AED28.7m ($7.8m)

\nThe 118 in Downtown Dubai offers this classic style off-plan penthouse that is truly personal. The property accommodates four bedrooms, but can come with two or three bedrooms if preferred, not to mention personalised design elements to suit every resident. The view is spectacular, owing to its location just a few steps away from the Burj Khalifa and DIFC.

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8 Penthouse, Palm Jumeirah, AED36m ($9.79m)

\nThis presidential penthouse on the Palm is one of only three exclusive offerings from Serenia on the crescent of the Palm. Designed to cover the entire top floor of the building with a built-up area of 11,291 square feet and a rooftop garden, this penthouse also has stunning panoramic views of the Dubai Marina, the Palm and the Burj al Arab.

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7 Al Barari villa, AED48m ($13.06m)

\nThis villa in Al Barari is nothing short of stunning. The upgraded villa, with a built-up area of 19,145 square feet, keeps luxury at the forefront. In addition to its lavish eight-bedroom interior, the property has a spa building with a cold plunge pool and air-conditioned car showroom. The beautiful private swimming pool, sunken bar and barbecue area are perfect for entertaining.

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6 Palm Jumeirah frond tip villa, AED58m ($15.78m)

\nThis villa is on one of the most private frond tips on the Palm. The private panoramic beachfront home allows beautiful views of Atlantis, the Burj Al Arab and the skyline. The 11,000-square-foot villa comes with six bedrooms and glass doors that open out onto the private beach.

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5 Palm Jumeirah villa at the frond, AED57m ($15.5m)

\nThe beach lifestyle continues with this contemporary villa on the Palm. With a private pool and Jacuzzi, three balconies and a breath-taking private beachfront, this 14,000-square-foot property is like coming home to a vacation. The frond-tip home also features views of Atlantis and the Burj Al Arab whilst ensuring the privacy of its residents.

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4 Palm Jumeirah custom villa, AED64m ($17.42)\n

\nFrom the modern design by architects who worked on the Burj Khalifa to the Washington palms imported from California, this custom villa on the Palm Jumeirah makes no compromises. The floor-to-ceiling outer glass walls afford stunning views of the Arabian Sea and Atlantis, while the private pool and beachfront create a personal sanctuary.

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3 Palm Jumeirah M Tip villa, AED80m ($21.77m)

\nThis luxury seafront villa is set to cover 13,000 square feet, featuring one of the longest beachfronts on the Palm Jumeirah in a coveted M Tip location. Once finished, beautiful views of the Dubai Marina skyline and Palm Jumeirah crescent, will leave nothing to be desire. Also featured: a private infinity pool, and the work of the best design team.

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2 Ocean Waves custom villa on the Palm Jumeirah AED115m ($31.3m)

\nThis off-plan Ocean Waves custom villa on the Palm Jumeirah has one of the widest private beachfronts in the area and will feature panoramic views of the ocean, the Dubai Marina skyline, and beautiful sunsets over the Arabian Gulf. With a private pool, private Jacuzzi and private gym, this 14,412-square-foot villa will offer the best of everything.

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1 Emirates Hills Sector R villa AED129.9m ($35.35m)

\nThis light and spacious villa in Emirates Hills embodies relaxation with its lush greenery and dedicated relaxation room. Bathed in natural light and featuring muted decor; comfort and liveability are at the heart of this home. The trees and water feature in the courtyard, indoor swimming pool and relaxing living spaces make this villa a true sanctuary.
Thu 16 Feb 2017 10:56 AM GST
By Staff writer