Dilsukhnagar offers wide residential options
Jun 20, 2013
Source : The Times of India

 

HYDERABAD: A part of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Dilsukhnagar is one of the well developed residential areas of Hyderabad. Markets, educational institutions, coaching and training centers, shopping malls and temples are a part of the established infrastructure.

Since it is already a developed residential locality, all types of residential options are available here such as residential houses, multi-storey apartments, single floor apartments and residential plots. The capital value of residences is between Rs 35 lakh to Rs 70 lakh. Residential plots are priced at Rs 20 lakh onwards. Suresh Reddy of Sai Smaran says, “Dilsukhnagar’s rental and capital values have increased in the last few years. Due to its commercial advancement and the upcoming metro line, the property values have surged. People have started preferring Dilsukhnagar as a rental destination due to progress in the civic infrastructure.”

Dilsukhnagar has today, also transformed into a commercial area. The transport network of the locality is one of the prime reasons for its growth. The DSNR Bus Depot and the Dilsukhnagar Bus Stand connect it to neighbouring areas and other parts of the city. The closest MMTS station is in Malakpet. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to the area. The upcoming metro will further improve the connectivity of Dilsukhnagar.

Harish S from SSH Builders & Properties says, “Dilsukhnagar has always been a residential favourite with the locals. However, it is witnessing commercial activity as well. Its commercial angle surfaced with the development of Vijayawada NH-9, Nagarjun-Sagar Highway and Warangal Highway. The traffic condition is expected to ease with the functioning of the new metro line starting from LB Nagar and covering major locations in the Hyderabad Metro limits.”

Dilsukhnagar is also preferred for the historic and natural magnificence. The Asmangadh Fort, Birla Archaeological Museum, Narasimhaswamy Temple and Jain Mandir are some popular tourist spots. Saroornagar Lake adds to its picturesque beauty.

One of the main advantages of this area is that it houses many good schools, colleges, hospitals, shopping centers etc. This attracts a lot of student population to the locality. This area is well connected by public transport (bus) to all parts of the city.”

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