Décor options galore in the Mundhwa Keshav Nagar stretch
Jul 02, 2013
Source : The Times of India


PUNE:The Mundhwa-Keshav Nagar stretch offers land not only in abundance but also at affordable prices. The developers in this belt are offering numerous facilities with their projects such as:

The projects within the Rs 30-50 lakh budget offer 2-3-BHK with amenities such as a club house, a gymnasium, lifts, parks, power back-up, Vaastu compliance and visitor parking.

Projects within the Rs 60-80 lakh budget provide bathroom fittings and faucets of brands like Jaquar, Kohler, etc.

Projects within Rs 1 crore offer 3-4 BHK (with a servant room). These are luxurious penthouses and premium garden apartments. The project embodies sustainable site planning, water efficiency, a contemporary climate responsive design, renewable energy resources, upgraded indoor environment quality, etc.

Projects over Rs 1 crore are based on themes and styles. The villas by Konark-Karia called Espaniol, feature 14 super luxurious villas of 5,000 sq ft and above, with European architecture. In addition, a project by the Krish Group has 2, 2.5 and 3-BHK designer apartments, influenced by the Spanish style with designed common areas, which gives it a resort like feel.

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