In a city known for luxury property developments, Emirate Hills, often referred to as the ‘Beverly Hills’ of the UAE, continues to be Dubai’s most exclusive residential address, followed closely by The Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina. Largely home to Dubai’s wealthy expatriate community, impeccable craftsmanship, luxury facilities, manicured surroundings and careful master planning continue to attract global property investors and HNWIs as well as individuals and families seeking an unrivalled standard of ‘ready-made’ living in the UAE.
Emirates Hills has been meticulously built around the lifestyle and convenience needs of its residents. Tree-lined streets house individually designed luxury villas and landscaped gardens, which overlook the world-class Montgomerie 18-hole Championship Golf Course, lake, golf academy, tennis courts and swimming pool as well as various shops and recreation facilities.
Types of property in Emirates Hills
One of the first freehold properties to be sold in the city, Emirate Hills’ 634 villas vary from 12,000 square feet to 58,000 square feet, providing a wide range of living space to suit individuals and couples through to large families. Clustered in ‘sectors’, most of the detached, 3 -7 bedroom, two-storey villas feature private pools, private roof terraces and manicured gardens.
Where is Emirates Hills in Dubai?
Emirates Hills is close to Interchange 5, Sheikh Zayed Road and near Dubai Marina, Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City and The American University of Dubai. Dubai Airport is around a 30 minute drive.
Schools near Emirates Hills
A number of leading schools can be found in the vicinity, including the Dubai British School at The Springs, Emirates International School at The Meadows, Regent International School at the Greens, and Dubai International Academy at the Lakes.
Good for families with children?
Yes, Emirates Hills is a family friendly suburban community that offers a number of playgrounds, parks and other facilities nearby.