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Dubai Hills Estates: Where Life Is Extraordinary

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Coming up as a unique joint venture between Emaar and Meraas Holding, Dubai Hills Estate is located in one of the most anticipated master developments in the country: Mohammed Bin Rashid City.

Designed by Meydan Sobha, joint venture between Meydan Group and Sobha Group, Mohamed Bin Rashid City is essentially a “city within a city”

area-guide-dubai-hills-estate-eat-drink-and-shop-hausandhauswith a unique innovative plan and abundant nature. The development features lagoons and waterworks, acres and acres of lush greenery, and spectacular views of the city.

Nestled on the southwest side of Mohamed Bin Rashid City, Dubai Hills Estate is a stylish community comprising villas, low to mid-rise residences, hotels, and retail and commercial centres. Spanning over 11 million sq.m., residents of this community can enjoy the vast stretches of landscaped parks and gardens and the winding walkways. Dubai Hills Estate even has facilities for every lifestyle, from high-end retail centres to leisure amenities, such as an 18-hole championship golf course.

One of the projects within Dubai Hills Estate is Maple, a tranquil community composed of 3 to 5 bedroom townhouses. Set along tree-lined avenues, the homes range between 2,200 and 2,700 sq.ft. and are surrounded by schools, commercial centers, and healthcare facilities, making Maple an ideal development for residents seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Along with a lush garden, the expansive living space of each townhouse features elegant interiors, with built-in wardrobes, granite countertops, marble finishes, and large windows allowing in streams of sunlight.

The location of this development is unbeatable due to its close proximity to Al Khail Road, Mohamed bin Zayed Road, Umm Suqeim Road, and the upcoming Etihad Rail, bringing all of the city’s hotspots within easy reach.

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