Chennai gets new premium offering from Appaswamy

Tags: Real Estate

This Spanish-styled fully-fitted residential project at Kotturpuram will offer 61 apartments and three villa type units with a price tag of Rs 15,500 per sq ft and Rs 17,000 per sq ft, respectively

Chennai gets new premium offering from Appaswamy
Appaswamy Real Estates, a property developer with focus on developing residential, commercial and hotel projects in and around Chennai, has launched a premium residential apartment project in Kotturpuram. Mandarina Kotturpuram, a Spanish styled residential apartment project, being developed on 28 grounds of prime residential land (one ground = 2,400 sq ft) will offer 61 apartments and three large villa type apartments.

The project is based on Spanish inspired design and the company will offer fully fitted out apartments with ACs, designer kitchen with hob, chimney and wardrobes, besides Italian marble flooring for living and dining area and wooden flooring for bedrooms. The project also offers high-end sanitaryware with shower cubicles, video security and wi fi. Common features will include a clubhouse, swimming pool and kids pool, fitness centre, indoor games, terrace party area and landscaped garden among others.

Mandarina largely comprises three-BHK apartments in sizes ranging between 1,587 sq ft and 1,847 sq ft, and four-BHK units in sizes ranging between 2,484 sq ft and 2,774 sq ft. In addition, it has four units of 1,093-sq-ft two-BHK apartments. The apartments comes with a launch price of Rs 15,500 per sq ft.

Besides these, the project also offers three large villa type apartments with a constructed area of 3,829 sq ft each. In addition, each villa type units will have a private garden and terrace area in excess of 5,000 sq ft. The launch price for these villa type units is Rs 17,000 per sq ft, with separate pricing for the private garden and terrace area.

Construction for the project has already started. It is slated to be delivered by March, 2014.

“The USP of the project is the fact that we are offering it as fully-fitted apartments. Typically, homebuyers spend a lot on kitchen and wardrobes after taking possession of a new apartment from a builder. More than the cost, it comes with a lot of hassles of handling workforce as well as time spent on supervising the works underway,” points out T S S Krishnan, COO, Appaswamy Real Estates.

govardand@mydigitalfc.com

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