Koncept Ambience unveils villas, row houses at Kompally

Tags: Real Estate

The Neighbourhood is a gated community spread over 50 acres and prices range between `75 lakh and `1.2 crore

IF you are used to independent houses, adjusting to apartment blocks could be difficult. Targeting such clients who don’t mind spending a bit more for extra convenience, Koncept Ambience has come up with a new project, The Neighbourhood, which offers villas and row houses.

Located at Kompally, near Hyderabad, the residential project is a gated community of independent houses, prices of which start from Rs 75 lakh. The east and west facing villas are on 358 and 218 sq yd whereas the compact row houses are 218 sq yd. Both villas and row houses will have four bedrooms. The built-up area will vary between 2,300 sq ft and 3,300 sq ft. Prices can go up to Rs 1.2 crore, depending on area specifications.

The facilities in the project include integrated pressurised water distribution along with water treatment plant, complete power back up, avenue plantation and drip irrigation system and solar fencing.

Surrounded by lush gardens, water bodies and fountains, The Neighbourhood offers buyers a green life. Besides, the 1.7 acre club housewith gym, health club, swimming pool and facilities for indoor games like badminton, ensures that the buyers have the necessary infrastructure to lead a healthy life.

Koncept Ambience already has projects like Botanika and Vistas to its credit. The Neighbourhood, spread over 50 acres, has 30 per cent open land. About 300 villas and row houses are being planned by the developers.

The area has good social infrastructure as well. The project has easy access to schools, engineering colleges and hospitals. As per the company statement, the project is one of Hyderabad’s lowest density residential space developments.

trushnaudgirkar

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