Mumbai: The Nahar Group, India’s leading real estate developer today made its foray in premium villas by launching Bali themed podium villas at Nahar’s Amrit Shakti in Chandivali, Powai. The limited edition of the villas is well planned to provide complete privacy and exclusivity to the owner. Each villa is spacious and super luxurious with a private garden, a perfect home for those who opt for something special and unique.
The 4BHK multi- themed premium villas spread across the latest sector of Nahar’s Amrit Shakti are expansive with an area of 4500 sq.ft to 5000 sq.ft. Apart from being spacious, the multi-themed premium villas have been personally designed by Manju Yagnik, Vice Chairperson, Nahar Group to create a perfect Balinese and Victorian feel without losing on space and exclusivity of the project. The villas have a striking and elegant look with bamboo walls and wooden flooring. They comprise an array of amenities and facilities that create a serene and relaxing atmosphere. A private garden for each villa adds to the soothing atmosphere in the surrounding. A foot reflexology path, vast greenery, landscaped gardens gives a countryside living experience without being away from the city.
Being a part of the Nahar Amrit Shakti, the flagship project of the company, the villas are located at a prime location in Chandivali near Powai. It is at a close proximity from the domestic and international airport. It is also well connected to arterial roads in Mumbai and the suburban railway station and proposed metro station. The villas also enjoy easy access to prime social infrastructure such as international school, hospital, shopping and entertainment zone.
Commenting on the villas Manju Yagnik, Vice Chairperson, Nahar Group says, “We are glad to announce the launch of our multi-themed villas. The villas are a special part of our ambitious project. With these villas we aim to provide a complete Bali experience while being in Mumbai. The unique part of the spacious villas is they come along with a private garden spread across 5 Lakh sq.ft, which is a rare amenity in a space starved city like Mumbai. This private garden enables the owner to enjoy a private space. The garden can be a kids play area or a venue for holding mini parties or a space to enjoy morning tea. We are sure the villas are a dream home for all.”
The villas have been introduced at a time when the Mumbai real estate market is booming with luxurious residential projects. The introduction of multi themed premium villas in Mumbai is sure to give a new dimension to the luxury housing in Mumbai.
The project is in perfect tandem with the demand of the modern buyer from Mumbai who needs nothing less than luxury. Today, Mumbai is an international financial centre with several multinational corporate and banks having their base in this city. The senior professionals working in these organizations definitely prefer to live a lifestyle which is at par with international standards and luxurious home is one important element of luxurious lifestyle.
Nahar Amrit Shakti is the flagship project by Nahar Group. Located at Chandivali, the project is spread across an area of 125 acres of land. Along with spacious luxury apartments in 22 towers the project is adorned by a series of amenities including club house, departmental store, swimming pool, restaurant and garden. Some of the project highlights include podium of over 9 Lakh sq.ft. a garden spread across 5 Lakh sq.ft, and a parking space for 3,000 cars. The 50,000 sq. ft. club house includes a gymnasium, meditation centre, spa, indoor games area, and banquet hall. Other amenities include a supermarket, medical centre, school, temple and business centre.
About Nahar Group:
Established in the year 1973 by Sukhraj Nahar, Nahar Group today is one of the leading and most respected names in Real Estate Industry across India. Having built over 15 Million square feet of top notch residential and state of the art industrial properties in cities of Pune, Mumbai and other parts of India, the group today is constructing almost 10 Lac square feet of space annually.