Ideal brings triple-level bungalows to Kolkata

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Christened Ideal Exotica, the upcoming luxury complex in the New Alipore area will house five high-rises of 21 stories each

Ideal brings triple-level bungalows to Kolkata
Ideal Group is coming up with triple-level apartments with attached gardens, what the company calls as ‘bungalows in the air’, for the first time in Kolkata. Christened Ideal Exotica, the upcoming complex at New Alipore area will house five high-rises of 21 stories each, covering more than 15,000 sqm, top officials of the group told FC Build. The project has been architecturally designed by Hafeez Contractor.

“For the discerning few, Ideal Exotica, will create homes that combine the privacy and grandeur of a bungalow, the lifestyle of a high-rise, with the added pleasure of abundant private and shared green spaces,” said the Ideal Group spokesman. It will have paved walkways, fountains, pagoda, feature wall, feature sculpture, waterfall, an edge pool, a gym, an air-conditioned banquet hall with an attached party lawn, indoor badminton court, table tennis, pool tables, indoor children’s play area, among other features.

Developers claim the 28,500 sq ft rooftop on the 22nd level will offer a lifetime experience.

The group spokesman said only four discerning families will get to experience the Expanza Triplexes, the sky villas on the 19th, 20th and 21st floors. These sky villas will be designed across three levels with a triple height private garden and a master suite. These will also have a personal lift.

Ideal Exotica will also offer apartments called Excellenta. “These will not just be apartments, but spacious, well planned, beam less, column less, cross ventilated living spaces, which are being carefully designed to maximise the benefits of not just the location but the orientation,” said the spokesman.

ritwikmukherjee@mydigitalfc.com

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