Ajmera launches villa project in Bangalore

Tags: Real Estate

The 100-crore project near Electronic City comprises 57 premium four-BHK villas available at a price of around Rs 6,000 per sq ft

Ajmera launches villa project in Bangalore
Ajmera Realty and Infra India has launched a Mexi­can style villa project, Ajmera Villows, near Electronic City, Bangalore. The project encompasses 57 premium four-BHK villas. The location of the project is in close prox­imity to company’s earlier project, Ajmera Infinity, comprising 1,200 apart­ments, spreading over 18 acres. The project will be surrounded by abundant greenery.

The investment for the entire project is about Rs 100 crore. Each villa showcases large living and dining spaces with a double-height ceiling, sky­light and tree courtyard. The sizes range between 2,734 sq ft and 4,313 sq ft, available at a price of around Rs 6,000 per sq ft.

The project is well conn­ected to the elite residential area of Kora­mangala by an elevated express way. It is located at the beginning of the NICE corridor, conn­ecting north Bangalore at Tumkur road (Pune highway).

Ajmera Realty and Infra India, director, Dhaval Ajmera, said, “We are inv­esting Rs 100 crore for this project to ensure that the concept of Mexican style villas is restored. We consider this project to be one of our masterpiece as it has been crafted keeping in mind the finest lux­uries. The project has integrated eco-friendly construction from natural materials.”

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