Mansion Sells For AED 75 Million, Making It The Most Expensive Property Sale In Dubai

Dubai’s real estate market set a mind-boggling record after a 42,543 square feet villa in the Dubai Hills community sold for a whopping AED 75 million, making it the most expensive residential property sale in the emirate.

Nestled between the dunes of Al Barsha South in the Dubai Hills community, the Dubai Hills Grove property boasts itself as ‘the most exclusive mansion’ playing host to eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and features an in-house cinema, a large swimming pool alongside scenic views of a golf course, with a backdrop of the JBR skyline.

Dubai Hills Al Barsha South community record real estate Sotheby's sale for AED 75 million Property house

Photograph credit: Sotheby’s Realty

Despite listing the villa for AED 97 million, Sotheby’s International Realty, the realtors behind the property finalised an AED 75 million bid by a customer, setting the record for the most expensive residential property sale in Dubai.

Dubai Hills Al Barsha South community record real estate Sotheby's sale for AED 75 million Property house

Photograph credit: Sotheby’s Realty

If you’re wondering what AED 75 million could get you, we did the math to unravel you could roll in an AED 16 million-worth new model Bugatti Chiron, buy a fancy ‘V 12’ number plate for AED 7 million, a Royal Two Bedroom Suite at the Burj Al Arab for six months, a year-full of nightlife at Dubai’s flashiest night clubs and almost everything to live the ‘Dubai life!”

Dubai Hills Al Barsha South community record real estate Sotheby's sale for AED 75 million Property house

Photograph credit: Sotheby’s Realty

Read: DUBAI BUS DRIVER RETURNS AED 250,000 FOUND IN BAG LEFT BEHIND BY PASSENGER

(Featured photograph credit: Sotheby’s Realty)

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