Dubai villa fit for an episode of Footballers' Wives

Whoever buys this secluded mansion, surrounded by lush gardens on the outskirts of the city can purchase all of the trappings needed for a Dubai magnate.

The completely rebuilt six bedroom, 11 bathroom villa, located in Al Barari, a private housing complex aimed at the super wealthy, is on the market for a cool Dh50 million.

For the right price, property broker Luxhabitat says the seller will also throw in a Range Rover, a Porsche and a Rolls-Royce Ghost.


The house also comes with all of the trimmings necessary to set up as a Dubai magnate.

Certainly, a stroll across the silk carpets, the marble floors and past the purple velvet covered seats and gold sofas of the reception rooms, study and library makes one feel a little bit like walking across the set of the once popular British TV series, Footballers’ Wives.

The villa also includes a large swimming pool and deck, a private Jacuzzi, three balconies, three kitchens (one main one and two back kitchens for staff) as well as a maid’s room, driver’s room, dry pantry and storage room.

Having been completely stripped down and rebuilt over a two-year construction period, the seller, a British national who currently lives in Monaco, has set about rebuilding and furnishing this villa with the latest technology and the most opulent fixtures and fittings possible.

The villa comes with what its brokers claim to be the most comprehensive home control system in the UAE where you can remotely switch on lights, security systems, air conditioning, water heating, fountains, blinds, TVs and sound systems in every room of the house or garden via iPads or from your mobile phone anywhere in the world.

The house is also fully wired for new technology.

The basement includes a six seater home cinema with snazzy special effects including integrated 4DX meaning that your seat vibrates along with the action of the movie. Each seat includes an integrated drinks cooler.

Elsewhere, the master bedroom has its own 200-inch projector screen with surround sound while the gym and living room also include 100-inch and 65-inch television screens with surround sound. Even the maid’s room has a 55-inch TV.

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