Emaar Properties developed these communities several years ago so they are very well established, scenic and secure, with a real sense of community. The communities are renowned for different reasons: Emirates Hills for its luxurious golf course and exclusive lifestyle, The Lakes for its waterfront living, and The Meadows, The Springs and The Greens all boast verdant vistas and scenic walking paths. Residents have access to swimming pools, parks, cafés, restaurants, high-class retail outlets and state-of-the-art fitness facilities. Attractions include The Address Montgomerie hotel and Montgomerie Golf Club in Emirates Hills, Reform Social & Grill
number of schools nearby, namely Raffles nursery school and Dubai International Academy in Emirates Hills, and Emirates International School in The Meadows. Property prices
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For someone wanting to live in the Emirates Living District there are three categories: high-end, medium-to-high and medium. Emirates Hills is high-end The Springs and The Greens are at the lower end of the spectrum with townhouses and apartments, The Lakes and The Meadows are in the middle, with villas in the mid-to-high price range. The
mid-range properties target the affluent, but not the super rich. Because of this you’ll find a variety of plot sizes and floor plans, from typical three-bedroom villas up to six bedrooms. Emirates Hills has earned itself the nickname ‘the Beverly Hills of Dubai’ because of its luxurious setting, exclusive reputation and scope for unique, custom-built designs. Of the 632 villas in this community, 250 look out over the world-renowned Montgomerie golf course, which provides lovely views and the opportunity to practice your swing. Meet the neighbours
Lama Bazzari has lived in Emirates Hills for a decade with her husband and their three children. She is the CEO and founder of NStyle International Group and owner of the Bice restaurants.
We have been in this villa for ten years now and we have a lot of good memories here, such as our boys being born. In 2003 we were among one of the first residents in Emirates Hills and even in its infancy it ticked a lot of the right boxes. Now we feel nearer the city and Emirates Hills has really grown into a lovely community where everything we need is nearby. It is very convenient for us, with my offices in JLT and the kids’ schools nearby. We like it here for that sense of comfort and neighbourly spirit.
restaurant in The Lakes. There are also a number of shops and cafés in The Greens’ Village Mall. Apart from The Greens, the other areas are all self-contained with stringent 24/7 security providing peace of mind, privacy and a real sense of exclusivity. Nevertheless, The Greens is quite a secluded spot and a haven for dog lovers and golfers, with Emirates Golf Club next door providing wonderful views from the properties on the western side. Getting around
Location and accessibility are key for a lot of people and these areas are envied in Dubai because of where they are and what they’re near. The Meadows and Emirates Hills in particular (located north of The Lakes and The Springs) are close to Sheikh Zayed Road and popular communities like Jumeirah Lakes Towers and Dubai Marina. Residents are far enough away from noise and traffic, yet just a short drive from Ibn Battuta Mall and Mall of the Emirates, nurseries, schools, shops and golf courses. Best for…
The Meadows, The Lakes and Emirates Hills carry a lot of prestige – successful businessmen and CEOs will buy in the former while only Dubai’s elite can afford to live in the latter. This area is for high-net-worth families, successful businessman and celebrities. The Springs and The Greens are more affordable and you’ll find families buying and couples renting. Families will find Emirates Living very convenient, with a