Emirates Hills was the first community in Dubai to sell freehold plots, providing the city’s expatriate population with the opportunity to not just purchase, but build their own homes. As a result, it is also a community where no two villas look quite the same as home owners put their personal stamp on the property, from the foundations to the finishes. Presented below is a small sampling of the uniquely designed villas you will find at Emirates Hills.
The Palatial Villa
Located in Sector R at the northern end of Emirates Hills, this villa has an exterior design that seems inspired by the beauty of the desert sands. The golden-hued façade is complemented by rustic brickwork, ornate balustrades, and wooden columns. The interior of the five-bedroom villa combines elements of classic and contemporary décor. Marble flooring goes hand in hand with contemporary art pieces, classical busts, lights in the form of sconces and a spiral staircase that would fit right into the set of a period film. Even the backyard, with its piazza-like patio and columned pool lounge, exudes classical sophistication.
The Stately Villa
The Contemporary Villa
The Coastal Villa
This is a home designed for sunny climates and would be well-suited to a Caribbean island or a private estate on the Mediterranean coast, with an architectural design that has elements of classical Spanish and Italian homes. The six-bedroom villa located in Sector W has a bright exterior palette, along with elaborate arches and intricate metalwork on the railings. The interiors have the same sense of brightness, not just because of the full-height windows in every room, but the choice of light-colored marble flooring and bold-hued furnishings. Exquisite custom-crafted wood cabinetry adds an extra touch of elegance to the home, especially the gorgeous kitchen. The backyard pool has a covered lounge and pool done up in the style of a beachfront cabana.