One 100 is sprawling mansion on Dubai Palm Jumeirah.
PHOTO BY LUXHABITAT
DUBAI – A mansion for the ultra-rich is for sale in Dubai with a price tag of Dh120 million, and its comes with a Ferrari, Rolls Royce and a Harley Davidson.
The property, called One 100, sits on 14,000sqft on Palm Jumeirah. It has private beach access and sea views to die for.
Luxhabitat Sotheby’s International Realty recently put it up the market for owner Michael Adam Alibhai, director of fashion resource company Connection Design Associates, who plans to move back to Sweden.
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Obviously you’ll need a fancy ride if you live in a fancy address. This mansion has it covered with a Rolls Royce and Ferrari in the garage, and a Harley Davidson that is almost part of the living room furniture.
You’ll never have to worry about a spare room in case you have guests over. There are five ultra-luxurious bedrooms in this sprawling mansion.
Channel your inner Gordon Ramsay with any of the three kitchens in the property, including one professional restaurant kitchen, which will definitely inspire you to keep on creating Michelin-level dishes.
As if this property isn’t already a piece of art, the mansion has more than 30 pieces of art, including works from French artist Richard Orlinski, Finnish sculptor Eero Aarnio, and Fidia Falaschetti. There’s even a Bumble Bee statue from Transformers!
The best way to enjoy the Dubai sunshine is a dip in that awesome infinity pool with a view of the skyline.
If you get tired of the pool, you could just head up for a relaxing soak in the scenic rooftop jacuzzi.
If you’re a movie buff, or if you just want to binge watch your favorite show, there are two cinemas in the property that you can check into.
The modern villa is finished to 5-star hotel standards and has Italian marble and furniture, with decor by Bentley, Fendi, Louis Vuitton and Hermes. ICA/Expat Media
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