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Property Details

3 B/R Apartment - Mulla Villa

  • 2153 sq ft
  • 1 Parking
  • 3Bedroom
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • AED 130,000

Al Garhoud / Dubai

  • Maids Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Covered Parking
  • Built in Wardrobes
  • Balcony
  • Central A/C


Status :Ready Possession
Consultant's No. :+971 4 303 9333
Property Id :3BR-MULLA-VILLA
RERA PERMIT :7023490800

3 Bedroom Villa with Shared Swimming Pool, Maid's and Study Room for Rent in Al Garhoud 


- 3 Bedroom + Hall

- Near Garhoud Park

- Ground plus One Storey Villa 

- Maid's Room 

- Study Room

- Shared Swimming Pool 

- C. A/C, Garage 

- Garden

- Near to School Area Garhoud

- Opposite Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashed Al Maktoum Mosque


Area 2,152.8 Sq.Ft. 


Rent AED 130,000/- PA 



Al Garhoud is a commercial and residential zone. It is near Mirdif and it is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Al Garhoud is close to Dubai International Airport and therefore preferred by Emirates Airline pilots as a living place. The Emirates Aviation College is also situated in Al Garhoud.

The Emirates Airline/Emirates Group head office is in Garhoud.Daallo Airlines has its head office in the airport Free Zone.

More commonly known as Garhoud, this area is a clever mix of residential and commercial, mostly due to its proximity to Dubai International Airport.

Make your way over the Garhoud Bridge (Sharjah bound) and as one might expect, you’ll arrive in Garhoud.

The area has some great pubs, bars and restaurants, one of the most popular being The Irish Village, which is now somewhat of a Dubai institution.

Some of the city’s oldest, but still most popular, hotels are located in Garhoud including the Al Bustan Rotana, Le Méridien Dubai, Millennium Airport Hotel as well as the more recently opened Jumeirah Creekside Hotel.

Sandwiched between old and new Dubai, the area is both commercial, industrial and residential and is popular with both expatriates and Emiratis. The villas in this part of town are a little more worn than the more modern builds, but are more spacious and sensibly constructed than apartments in new Dubai. Apartment blocks are much harder to come by and although situated on the flight path, are often expensive due to a high demand from business travellers.

Since the addition of two more crossings from Bur Dubai to Deira/Garhoud side (Business Bay Crossing and the Floating Bridge) access is much easier both in and out of Garhoud. However, be warned, come rush hour (morning and night) expect queues on a daily basis due to heavy traffic heading back to Sharjah.

Al Garhoud is sandwiched between Deira City Centre and Rashidya with Dubai Festival City along one side. If you’re within a few kilometres of Dubai International Airport chances are you’re in Garhoud.

Metro Al Garhoud has its own metro station called GGICO. The Irish Village is a seven-minute walk, while the nearby burger joint Fuddruckers is just 30 seconds on foot Bus 32C, X28 and 44 run on a continuous loop around the area allowing easy changes with buses travelling to and from Jebel Ali, Bur Dubai, Deira and Mirdif. 

Taxi Generally very easy to flag down, particularly near hotels. But don’t expect drivers to be happy if you jump in and ask for Sharjah during rush hour – it’ll take him 90 minutes for a very small fee.

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