BT Kawade Road: A place for well heeled home buyers in Pune
Jan 13, 2014
Source : The Times of India


PUNE: If you are searching for a rental accommodation in a locality that has good schools for your kids, shopping malls to keep you busy over the weekends and smooth connectivity to other parts of the city, then BT Kawade Road could be the potential location. Here are some of the major factors as to why this area is preferred by people looking for a home on rent:

BT Kawade Road boasts of swift connectivity to the Pune railway station (4.4 kms) and Pune international airport that is just 20 minutes away through the New Airport Road. In addition, with the railway flyover, the area is now directly connected to Solapur Road. This has also helped in the unhindered movement of vehicles between the Pune Cantonment and the old city areas.

“Strategically situated between Mundhwa on the east and Ghorpadi on the west, BT Kawade Road is the place for well heeled home buyers in Pune,” informs Ramakant Ghanate of Asha Properties. Proximity to the commercial centres is another factor that has helped BT Kawade Road score positive on the real estate front. “Some prominent destinations around this locality are Koregaon IT Park and Kalyani Nagar towards the north; Magarpatta, Hadapsar and Mundwa towards the east; MG Road towards the west and Fatima Nagar and NIBM Road towards the south. Thus, people working in and around these areas prefer BT Kawade Road for rental accommodation,” informs Anil Ahuja of Ahuja Realtors.

As per data with, a standard 1-BHK apartment is available on rent for Rs 10,000-12,000 per month, while a 2-BHK apartment commands anywhere between Rs 10,000-25,000 per month. For independent houses, the values range between Rs 20,000-60,000 per month.

From multi-storeyed apartments to builder floors to independent houses, the area offers a plethora of options to the tenants. The projects in this area offer options from furnished to unfurnished apartments. The latter comes with amenities, such as an air conditioner, Wi-Fi connectivity and a gymnasium. Facilities, such as 24-hour power backup, water supply and a parking space, are common in both the options.

Well-developed social and physical infrastructure is also acting as a catalyst in luring tenants to BT Kawade Road. Civic amenities and facilities, such as hospitals, banks and educational institutions are all within the radius of 5-6 kms. Shopping centres, such as Krome Mall, Big Bazaar and Reliance Mart, are among the ones to help you meet your daily requirements.

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