Situated along the sandy coastline of the Persian Gulf, this historic neighbourhood has undergone massive developments to become one of Dubai’s California-style areas. Bordered by Al Satwa, Al Safa and Al Hudaiba, plenty of people are looking to rent in Jumeirah thanks to its laid-back lifestyle and welcoming community.
If you’re looking to rent in Jumeirah, you will find living spaces spread out among five communities: Jumeirah 1, Jumeirah 2, Jumeirah 3, City Walk, and Jumeirah Bay Islands – although villas are largely situated in the first three sub-communities. The developers have ensured plenty of options and styles when it comes to the villas for rent in Jumeirah. Particularly, potential residents can choose between furnished and unfurnished options, as well as 2 to 6 bedroom Jumeirah villa.
The architectural style present in the villa is largely contemporary, pulling inspiration from traditional Arabic style-living and mixing elements of modern design. An added benefit to homes within Jumeirah is the plenty of sunlight and local recreational facilities. The kitchens are largely modern open-style spaces and walk-in closets are often attached to the master bedrooms of all villas.As mentioned earlier, there are plenty of Jumeirah villa which are furnished. These furnished living spaces are more expensive but benefit the tenant with high-quality furnishings and fittings.
A three-bedroom villa for rent in Jumeirah costs and average of AED 130K annually. Although available in all three sub-communities, there’s a larger availability of three-bedroom rentals in Jumeriah 3. The luxurious Jumeirah villa consists of additional bathrooms, maids’ room, private garage, a garden and close proximity to the beach. Meanwhile, a four-bedroom villa for rent in Jumeirah is tagged at AED 145K annually and shares similar facilities as the three-bedroom rental. A five-bedroom villa for rent in Jumeirah has a rental fee of AED 165K yearly, and a six-bedroom villa for rent in Jumeirah is tagged at AED 210K annually. Although the latter is less popular, six-bedroom rentals are available at Jumeirah 3.
One of the main reasons expats prefer renting a Jumeirah villa is due to the area’s prime location and entertainment opportunities. The neighbourhood largely consists of low-rise buildings. Therefore, residents enjoy the serene unobstructed views of the beaches and architectural beauties littered around the area. Jumeirah itself is only ten minutes away from Business Bay, 15 minutes from Al Barsha and 13 minutes from Downtown – making this neighbourhood perfect for working –class families.
Although the area doesn’t host its own metro station (yet), there’s plenty nearby such as Business Bay metro station, BurjKhalifa/Dubai Mall metro station, Noor Bank metro station and Financial Centre metro station. The tourist-popular area is no short of shopping options: Mercato Shopping Mall and Sunset Mall are at home in Jumeirah – although Dubai Mall is only ten minutes away. Beaches are popular at the neighbourhood – La Mer is the most recent development but other options include Kite Beach, Sunset Beach and Jumeirah Beach. As always, there are plenty of nurseries, health clinics and grocery stores lined across the neighbourhood making Jumeirah an ideal living space for all families.
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