Casa launches villa project on OMR, Chennai

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Casa launches villa project on OMR, Chennai
Casa Grande, a leading real estate development company in Chennai, has just launched the largest villa project at Thalambur on OMR, the city’s IT corridor. The site is a 10-minute drive from the Sholinganallur junction, the company said in a statement.

The 18-acre project Casa Grande Pavilion will offer 350 residential units comprising independent luxury villas, twin villas and row houses. The features in the project include a clubhouse, swimming pool, party hall, open air theatre and a mini-golfing area, besides a spa and a gym.

Independent villas will be available on a built up area of 2,325 sq ft and a land area of 1,500 sq ft with four bedrooms, two family rooms, dresser, car parks and landscaped garden area on a ground-plus-two design structure. The price starts from Rs 95 lakh.

On the other hand, the row houses are designed on a land area of 600 sq ft and built up area of 1,121 sq ft. The price starts from Rs 48 lakh.

“Casa Grande Pavilion will be an ultimate value product for customers in the present market. The product, price and location are with high-end specifications and we believe the customer will see phenomenal value in the product,” says Arun Kumar, founder and managing director, Casa Grande.

Started in 2004, Casa Grande has so far developed about 1.5 million sq ft of mostly residential space through 31 projects in and around Chennai

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