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Jumeirah Beach Road, Commercial Villa, 5 BR (Jumeirah Beach Road)  
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Title Jumeirah Beach Road, Commercial Villa, 5 BR
Price AED 450,000 Location Jumeirah Beach Road
Description The actual area of Jumeirah occupies a prime nine-kilometer strip of coastline stretching south-west from the port area, but the name has been hijacked to such an extent that new residential and commercial developments bearing the Jumeirah tag are cropping up for miles around. Even the Palm Jumeirah doesn’t connect with Jumeirah, but actually extends from the area of Al Sufouh. (Admittedly though, this whole stretch of beach is known as Jumeirah Beach.) Jumeirah itself is characterized by quiet streets lined with sophisticated villas, golden beaches (some free, some paid-for), and good access to lots of shopping. The ultimate location for that dream villa in the sun, the property attracts some of the highest rents in the city. There’s a mixture of huge ‘palaces’, independent villas, and villas in compounds with shared facilities. It’s all low-rise, and hardly an apartment in sight. For a three-bedroom, stand-alone villa you can expect to pay anywhere in the region of Dhs.300,000 to Dhs.350,000 depending on the age and specific location. You can however get the odd villa in an older compound for around Dhs.250,000. There are shopping centres all along Beach Road, the biggest of which is the popular Mercato with well-known brands and a Spinneys supermarket. There’s also a big Union Co-Op and a Choithram opposite Safa Park, and the Spinneys Centre just the other side of Al Wasl Road. There’s another Choithram supermarket on Beach Road as well as the large Spinneys near the mosque end. Just a few kilometres along the coast you’ve got Madinat Jumeirah, and it’s not that far to the Mall of the Emirates. You’ll find lots of laundries, dry cleaners and tailors dotted along Beach Road, as well as a high concentration of art galleries and boutiques. You’ve got Empost on Al Wasl Road for postal services, a few petrol stations, and plenty of banks and ATMs. There are plenty of independent restaurants and cafes, especially in the shopping centres along Beach Road. The Lime Tree Cafe is fabulous, although it can get a bit too busy on weekends and during lunchtimes. Not far up Beach Road is the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, the Burj Al Arab, and Madinat Jumeirah with a host of glittering gourmet delights and beautiful bars. There are many beaches, although the public ones are crowded at weekends. The Jumeirah Beach Park charges Dhs.5 entry, but it is worth it for the lack of crowds and the additional facilities. Safa Park is nearby, and is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque parks in Dubai. Mercato Mall has an 11 screen cinema. Al Safa Clinic (04 394 3468) opposite Safa Park (next to the library) is the nearest government health clinic. Emirates Hospital, opposite Jumeirah Beach Park, has a 24 hour walk-in clinic to deal with common ailments, but they do not accept emergency cases. The Neuro Spinal Hospital in the same building does have a 24 hour emergency department though. Jumeirah is known for being home to countless beauty salons and private medical facilities, including dentists, physiotherapists and cosmetic surgery centres. For more information on hospitals, see p.178. There are numerous nurseries in Jumeirah, and Jumeriah Primary School, Jumeirah College and Jumeirah English Speaking School are all in the neighbourhood. Easy access to road networks means even outlying schools are fairly easy to reach. For more details of these schools, see p.203. Although it’s been widened in recent times, Jumeira Road (more commonly known as Beach Road) gets very busy at rush hour, with traffic leaving Internet and Media Cities often bringing things to a crawl in the evenings. Mercato’s popularity usually leads to jams along that stretch too, especially on a Friday evening. Getting from one side of Beach Road to the other can be tricky for both pedestrians and drivers. Speed bumps and cameras along the length of the road do have the desired effect of slowing most of the traffic down. Streetside parking if you’re located behind Beach Road shouldn’t be a problem, but if your villa is near Mercato you may find people parking across your drive at busy times. Small pockets of construction are noisy. In general, roads and pavements are very good, and mostly well-lit, but the fast traffic, even in the suburbs, means you probably wouldn’t want your kids playing out in the street. The Villa is opposite the Burj Al Arab. The owner accept four (4) cheques as payment.
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