Property for Rs 20 40 lakh available in Kolkata
Jun 26, 2013
Source : The Times of India


KOLKATA: Are you planning to invest Rs 20–40 lakh in Kolkata? Rajarhat is one locality you can opt for. Property in this price segment is easily available in Rajarhat and in demand by 40 per cent of people living in Kolkata.

Located in North 24 Parganas district, it is an established township which consists of gated high-rise complexes, builder floor apartments, multi-storey apartments, residential houses, plots, studio apartments and villas.

The locality is beautiful, lush and peaceful. Projects such as Greenwood Elements by Shrachi Group, Shree Tower VII by Ascon Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, Tapoban by Century 21 Realtor, Kwality Bliss by Kwality Realtech Pvt Ltd, Green Tech City by Vedic Realty, Ideal Villas by Ideal Group, Kabya by Team Taurus etc. are offering ready-to-move-in options. “These projects offer 2-3BHK apartments with unit size ranging between 750–950 sq ft for 2BHK and 1050–1380 sq ft for 3BHK,” says Rahul Singh of SG Realty.

Amenities offered to buyers are RO water system, Wi-Fi, banquet hall, DTH television facility, conference room, bar/lounge, reserved parking, parks, security, 24-hours power backup, club house, gymnasium and swimming pool etc.

Rajarhat also offers good connectivity making the locality easily accessible to areas such as VIP Road, New Town and Salt Lake. “Bus, auto and taxi facilities are available in this area. The proximity to New Town makes Rajarhat close to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (6-km) and Dum Dum Railway Station (10-km). The locality connects to main roads like SCRM Road and Rajarhat Road,” says Ranjan of Kinglike Home Pvt Ltd.

“With IT companies around Rajarhat, the area is demanded by professionals working here. The locality is occupied mainly by couples, small families and retirees. It is also suitable for students and single professionals,” says Bunty Seksanie of Aashiana Realty.

The area has health care facilities and social infrastructure. Hospitals such as Tata Medical Centre and Charnock Hospital to name a few are available in the vicinity. Schools and colleges like Delhi Public School Newtown, Derozio College and Techno India College of Technology etc are within 5-km radius of the locality. Local markets and malls like City Centre 2 and Axis Mall are also in close vicinity.

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