Godrej offers luxury villas at Tumkur Road in Bangalore

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Godrej offers luxury villas at Tumkur Road in Bangalore
Godrej Properties, a Mumbai-based real estate developer, has recently launched a luxury villa project, Godrej Gold County, at Tumkur Road in Bangalore.

This 12-acre project by the real estate development arm of Godrej group, will comprise 87 villas, built over a 2.8 lakh sq ft total saleable area. Customers can choose from four types of villas ranging in size from 3,303 sq ft to 4,113 sq ft, at prices starting from Rs 2 crore.

The location offers excellent connectivity with its close proximity to Nelamangala-Bangalore expressway. Even Hesaraghatta Cross metro station is located near the project offering good connectivity to all parts of the city.

The project offers a variety of amenities, including a modern clubhouse, a well-equipped gymnasium, a swimming pool, a health club and a cafeteria. Sports facilities include a tennis court, an indoor squash court and a table tennis and snooker room. A meeting room and a party hall are also provided in the project.

As is the case for almost all Godrej Properties’ projects, Godrej Gold County is a joint development project between Godrej Properties and Fardeen Khan and Laila Khan.

Pirojsha Godrej, managing director and chief executive officer, Godrej Properties, said, “The project will offer a world class lifestyle to its residents and will adhere to the highest standards of quality in all aspects. This is our fourth project in Bengaluru, which is a very important market for Godrej Properties.”

The project is designed on the principles of sustainability. Almost 1.5 acres of the project will be dedicated to a central park. The project will use eco-friendly materials and will integrate environment-sensitive passive architectural solutions to minimise the carbon emission associated with the development. Features like an electric car charging facility with every villa, rainwater harvesting, solar heating, low VOC paints, large glazed windows and water efficient fixtures will be incorporated in the project design. zz

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