Mulee'aage is the 'Official Residence of the President of the Maldives'. Mulee'aage is situated at the notable focal point of Malé in closeness of the Medhu Ziyaarai, the Friday Mosque, and the Munnaru (Grand Minaret of Malé).
The development of Mulee'aage, was started in the year 1914 and finished in 1919. It was dispatched by Sultan Muhammad Shamsuddeen III for his child and beneficiary Prince Hassan Izzuddin. It was based on the style of lodges in vogue amid the pilgrim period in Ceylon and finished in arrangement for the arrival of Prince Hassan Izzuddin to Male' in 1920 in the wake of finishing his instruction at the Royal College of Colombo.
Mulee'aage, which means the ''new place of Muli’’, was based on the site of ''Mulee'ge'', the familial home of Shamsuddeen. Mulee'ge was likewise the home of Sultan Hasan 'Izz ud-commotion (or ''Dhon Bandaarain'' 1759-66) from his maternal side. It stayed with the Huraa Dynasty rulers all through its history. The last inhabitant of Mulee'ge was Prince Mulee'ge Manippulhu, who later rose the honored position as Sultan Muhammad Shamsuddeen III in 1892.
Neither Mulee'aage nor Mulee'ge at any point filled in as a Royal Palace. Be that as it may, it is found only a short distance far from the site of the previous imperial castle, now the Sultan's Park and the National Museum of Maldives. The vast majority of the structures in the regal royal residence grounds were devastated amid Ibrahim Nasir's administration in the late 1960s. In that capacity, today the closest one could get to a regal Maldivian royal residence is Mulee'aage in Male' and the Utheemu Ganduvaru on the island of Utheemu.
Mulee'aage was involved by Prince Hassan Izzuddin in the vicinity of 1920 and 1934. The house did not demonstrate promising for the sovereign, however he clearly invested a great deal of energy there. It was well known all through Male', as a place for cheerfulness and mirth with various music and move exhibitions sorted out by the youthful sovereign for his excitement. Izzuddin however soon turned into the casualty of a spread battle sorted out by his uncle Al Ameer Abdul Majeed Rannabandeyri Kilegefaanu and cousin Hassan Fareed. At last he was defamed and expelled in 1934 to the detached southerly island of Fuvahmulah where he passed on in 1938.
Taking after Prince Izzudin's capture, Mulee'aage stayed deserted and in neglect until the second World War when it was utilized as the Ministry of Home Affairs by Mohamed Amin Didi. Taking after the annulment of the Maldivian Monarchy in 1952, the new President Mohamed Amin Didi formally made Mulee'aage the Presidential Palace on 1 January 1953. Taking after Amin's ouster soon thereafter it turned into the Prime Minister's Office under Ibrahim Faamuladheyri Kilegefaanu after the rebuilding of the government under Sultan Muhammad Fareed Didi.