There are very few people who can say they just bought a luxury £12 million estate on a man made island with a private beach. Actually there is only one, and he remains a mystery.
This secretive millionaire is now the proud owner of one of Dubai’s most expensive properties. What we do know is that he is a British businessman of Indian origin, and that he now has a six-bedroom mansion in the new M State villa complex. Located at the tip of frond M on the coveted Palm Jumeirah Island, his new pad includes a 167ft private beach amongst many other luxurious features. Picture a 55ft infinity pool and a cinema room beautifully surrounded by Dubai’s glassy turquoise water.
Whilst the price tag may be impressive, the mystery man actually bagged himself quite the deal. The emirate’s most expensive property was originally on the market for a staggering £13.3 million, a whopping £1.3 million higher than what he paid. An extraordinary bargain for 13,000 square feet and seven star facilities.
The luxurious M State is the work of master architects LW Design Group, who were commissioned by AA Real Estate and Development. It is a collection of 5 villas located on the tip of the frond and boasts panoramic views of the stunning Dubai Marina, the sea and the Palm’s crescent. The style is centered on light and space with an intricate focus on large glass features and high ceilings. It has the privacy and luxury that can only be found in an estate and project of this caliber.
Whilst most villas in the private estate will come furnished, he requested that this one be left as a shell for him to fill. The anonymous buyer will be living the life in his M State villa come December.