Dubai’s Most Expensive Apartment, Bvlgari Lighthouse SkyVilla Sold At A Whopping Dhs410 Million

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Dubai is filled with expensive properties. But ever wondered which is the most expensive one? Well, well, we have the answer today. Out of the pool of luxurious apartments, this Bvlgari Lighthouse Skyvilla was named to be the most expensive apartment in Dubai. The penthouse was sold at a jaw-dropping price of Dhs410 Million. Did you count all the zeroes yet?

9 Bedrooms, Pool, Private Gym Access & More In The Most Expensive SkyVilla!

Prima Luxury Real Estate was the seller’s name behind this apartment. Sounding to be the most luxurious house, this Skyvilla had a private elevator for starters. It’s a three-floor villa so a private entrance is quite essential. The villa comprises seven bedrooms, a private study, double-height formal living spaces with a sea view, a private gym, a rooftop pool, a full-service kitchen, a spa and a family room. Imagine if listening to a plethora of luxurious amenities is sounding so wonderful what feeling it would be to live there. Let’s scroll through the images for now.

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The Bulgari Lighthouse, which consists of penthouses with four and five bedrooms, has a variety of interior designs and living areas. A private pool and private elevator access are additional facilities that come with the larger and more expansive penthouses.

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The gap between the architectural coral plates of the tower widens as it rises higher into the sky, creating room for more internal living space.

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The previous apartment that broke the record for residential properties with its huge price tag was a Dhs163.46 million penthouse at the Atlantis The Royal, Palm Jumeriah.

Also Read: 10 Most Expensive Properties Ever Sold In Dubai

Real-Estate & Property Transactions Shoot Up To AED 1.4 Billion

Over Dh2.4 billion in real estate transaction records came in light on Thursday. The recent statistics show the department has registered 456 allegiance promises worth Dh1.82 billion, comprising 393 pledges of loyalty to flats and villas for Dh1.46 billion and 63 guarantees of loyalty to land worth Dh359.9 million.

The most significant land sales were in the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Gardens area, valued at Dhs23 million, following the stakes of Dhs19 million in Nad Al Hamar and Dhs19 million in Satwa.

Still, counting the zeroes?

Cover Image Courtesy: BulgariLighthouse