Emirates Living guide
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What’s the area like?
Incorporating The Springs, Meadows, The Lakes and Emirates Hills, the quiet streets and green spaces make this one of Dubai’s most family friendly areas.
Great for families – there are schools, community centres and even a skateboard park. The Lakes Club and the excellent Nineteen restaurant at the Montgomerie Golf Club are the only forms of nightlife.
Families – with a fair bit of dosh.
The quiet streets and green spaces are perfect for people seeking refuge from the city. A big plus is that the Municipality’s ‘one family one villa’ rule doesn’t apply to gated communities – for now at any rate.
A new multiple lane highway is currently being constructed through the middle – bound to disturb the peace.
Average cost of a two-bed villa in Emirates Living: To rent Dhs100-140,000. To buy Dhs1.6million.
Time Out Dubai,
Dubai International Airport passenger numbers increased by this amount compared to numbers in June 2014
Meet two albino alligators at Atlantis or pay a visit to a charity shop
Sean Hughes at The Laughter Factory or listen to house and bass acts