Green Realty’s eco village in Kolkata
May 27 2015
Greenland Eco Village will house 1, 400 bungalows of different sizes, types and in different names. The first type- ‘Pushpanjali’ will come up on 4,320 sq ft (covered area: 3250 sq ft) with four bedrooms, one servant’s room with attached toilet, a splash pool on the first floor, sloping garden, two car parking. The second type- ‘Rudrabina’ bungalows are being built on 4,320 sq ft (covered area: 3,625 sq ft) with four bedrooms, one servant’s room with attached toilet, a splash pool in the lawn, two car parking. ‘Sesher Kobita’ on 2,880 sq ft (covered area: 2,275 sq ft) is being built with four bedrooms, a small water body, grass carpet garden, 2 car parking. ‘Bolaka’ on 2,880 sq ft (covered area: 2850 sq ft) will have four bedrooms, garden, two car parking.
‘Sandhyaraag’, on its parts, is coming up on 1,440 sq ft (covered area: 1700 sq ft- G+1) with three bedrooms with garden on three sides, one car parking, said Amitava Samanta, director, India Green Realty.
On offer at the Greenland Eco village will be 24-hour security, children’s play area, indoor and outdoor sports, swimming pool and clubhouse called Green Cloud (which will come for a membership fee). Green Cloud is the spacious and classy clubhouse on the premises of Greenland – the eco-village, with all modern amenities. With all these amenities, the bungalows at Sandhyarag will come up with a price tag of Rs 42 lakh, bungalows at Seser Kobita will come up for Rs 69 lakh, bungalows at ‘Bolaka’ will come with a price tag of Rs 79 lakh, bungalows at Puspanjali will be sold at Rs 93 lakh while bungalows at Rudrabina will be available for Rs 1.03 crore.
“Over the last 30 years or so, Kolkata’s greenery has been reduced to 7 per cent. Mushrooming highrises have left the city gasping. To make it possible for the buyers to live in a pollution-free environment, we are building these luxurious bungalows. Our plan is to add to nature’s bounty by planting over 3 lakh trees at the site to balance development with environment concerns,” said Samanta. zz