Wildflower is famed for its bespoke villas but, really, this one is something else. The exterior façade manages to blend a traditional aesthetic with a contemporary feel and this absolutely sets the tone for the rest of the house.
The huge front door is a landmark in itself and brings you into a simply stunning quadruple-height foyer. This house has predominantly white walls and light oak flooring. Couple this with huge feature windows throughout and you have a home bathed in natural light from every angle.
The entrance foyer features a spiral staircase leading both to the basement and a mezzanine room on the first floor. On the ground floor and looking over the front garden is a guest bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite featuring Bagnodesign sanitary ware and a rain effect shower.
There are two kitchens, both with high-end appliances courtesy of Elba and Siemens, as well as refrigeration units from Liebherr. One of them is a show kitchen with a beautiful black and silver colour scheme, while the prep kitchen features white granite counters and a stainless steel backsplash. The open kitchen faces a huge family living area with patio doors to the back garden and to the swimming pool on the right. There is also a spiral staircase leading to a mezzanine sitting area on the first floor.
In the centre of the house and looking directly onto the pool is an open plan sitting area and a large formal lounge with a double-height pitched ceiling and huge arched feature windows looking onto the back garden. As well as being an aesthetic master piece, this house has been designed with practicality in mind with well-placed plug sockets throughout.
The first floor is split level. On one level is a bedroom with a pitched ceiling that features a dressing area and Bagnodesign en-suite with standalone bath. The principal rooms are connected by high-quality sliding doors - this means you can seamlessly move from an open plan area to a closed one without spoiling the flow of the rooms. On the upper level and in the centre of the house is a further seating area which looks onto the foyer at the front of the property and out over the pool at the rear. This level has a further double-height bedroom with Bagnodesign en-suite, built-in bookshelves, two balconies and a walk-in dressing area. There is a laundry room and pantry as well.
The master bedroom suite features a huge walk-in shower room, washroom with two sink basins and private powder room. There is also a walk-in dressing room. The bedroom itself has a balcony overlooking the pool and golf course. This master suite also has a private seating area that looks out onto the living room and across to the garden and golf course beyond. A spiral stairway connects this sitting area to the ground floor.
The basement is far more than just a basement – it’s a third floor of finished and fitted accommodation every bit as fabulous as the rest of the house. The villa and gardens have been designed such that this floor benefits from floor-to-ceiling windows, thus affording some of the rooms natural light and garden views. In the centre is a large room which might be used as a home cinema. A large games or playroom features a handy pantry and there is a bedroom with Bagnodesign en-suite. This bedroom has fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows and a wonderfully landscaped terrace with steps up to the back garden.
The basement also features staff quarters with both maid’s and driver’s rooms, and shared bathroom. The machine room is also on this floor and is fitted out to also be used as a large storeroom.
This really is one of the finest homes a discerning family coming to Dubai could ask for. Please get in touch for a viewing.