TOP 5 districts for luxury villas in Dubai | AX Capital

TOP 5 districts for luxury villas in Dubai

If you are looking for a quiet and family friendly, spacious, and most comfortable place to live or rent, villas are the perfect option. As a rule, all villa settlements are located in green areas with developed infrastructure, where it is quiet and calm at the same time, and there is always something to do.

In our review, here are the top options for areas where villas are considered for a comfortable living, without unnecessary fuss.

Jumeirah

A vibrant space renowned for its proximity to the Burj Al Arab and the coastal area. The area many offers residents can enjoy, not only an energetic lifestyle but also many amenities.

The area is divided into three residential quarters: Jumeirah 1, Jumeirah 2 and Jumeirah 3. In terms of costs, tenants can expect to pay an average of AED 157,000 for a 4-bedroom villa and AED 234,000 for a 5-bedroom villa in a residential complex.

Umm Suqeim

Umm Suqeim is a neighbourhood in Dubai located on the famous Jumeirah Beach Road. The popular Kite Beach and Burj Al Arab Hotel are right next to it. In addition, there are many well-established schools where you can safely send your children.

The average rental price of villas in Umm Suqeim ranges from 153,000 to 211,000 UAE dirhams per year.

Al Barsha

Al Barsha is another residential community in Dubai that is an excellent choice for those looking for a quiet life. The environment promotes privacy in the midst of a peaceful neighbourhood. It is in this area that the ever popular Al Barsha pond park with walking and jogging tracks is located.

The average annual rent for a 3-bedroom villa in Al Barsha ranges from AED 154,000 while AED 220,000 for a 5-bedroom house. Al Barsha villas with private pools are also available to suit your needs. Note that the villas in Al Barsha are among the freehold zone areas in Dubai and are usually intended only for local investors or investors from the Gulf countries.

Arabian Ranches

Arabian Ranches, as expected, has become one of the best areas in Dubai in 2020. Both locals and expats can invest in this gated and self-sufficient complex. More than 4000 luxury apartments, villas and townhouses have been built here. By the way, the project was carried out by Emaar Properties’ specialists who were able to combine Mediterranean and Arab architecture in harmony. All villas differ from each other in style and layout.

Villa prices are higher than some of Dubai’s new residential areas. According to recent analyst reports, the average rental price on Arabian Ranches ranges from AED 143,000 to AED 240,000. Interested investors can find real estate here with an average price of 2.2 to 4.6 million dirhams. Another option is ready-made houses. If you want to move in immediately, you can buy a villa for between AED 1.1 million and AED 4.75 million.

The Springs

As the name suggests, The Springs is a serene and tranquil neighbourhood in Dubai that keeps away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Surrounded by lush green landscapes and beautiful lakes, the village easily reinterprets the modern lifestyle. At the same time, there are more than 4,800 properties with the most modern amenities. This gated community in Dubai offers 2,3- and 4-bedroom semi-detached villas and townhouses.

Tenants, especially expats looking for temporary housing, can opt for rental offers from the community. The average price for villas in The Springs is AED 135,000 for 3-bedroom apartments and AED 157,000 for 4-bedroom homes. For those who prefer not to take on the hassle of renovating their new home, The Springs offers furnished 3 bedrooms.

The price of villas for sale at The Springs also varies depending on the specifications available. For example, 3-bedroom villas cost an average of AED 2.1 million, while larger 4-bedroom apartments cost around AED 2.9 million.