Puranik Builders offers row villas at Lonavala

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The 10-acre project, located at Sahyadri Nagar, comprises 145 contemporary style three-BHK villas with price starting from Rs 1.45 crore and four-BHK villas starting from Rs 1.81 crore

Puranik Builders offers row villas at Lonavala
Puranik Builders has recently launched a row villa project called Puraniks Sayama at Lonavala.

The 10-acre project, located at Sahyadri Nagar, comprises 145 contemporary style three- and four-BHK row villas, designed by Taib Landscape Studio, Singapore. The price of three-BHK villas starts from Rs 1.45 crore and four-BHK ones from Rs 1.81 crore.

Shailesh Puranik, managing director of Puranik Builders, said, “This is our entry into the premium segment of weekend row villas. The project is a perfect solution for the aspiration of the modern buyer who wishes to invest in a place that he/she can look forward to visit for relaxation.”

The row villas will comprise amenities like lawns, trellis walkway, reflexology lawn, open air lounge, timber lounge, yoga meditation lawn, a tennis court, barbeque corner and a swimming pool with Jacuzzi, among others.

The project also features amen­ities like a plunge pool, a private garden, space for swing in one of the bedrooms, space for hobby room and cabana at the terrace.

Various services before and after the stay like housekeeping and gardening, electrical and mech­anical, pest management and others will also be available to ensure the residents enjoy the best luxury and relaxation during their stay, the company statement said.

The project is located 3.5 km from the Mumbai Pune expressway and is easily connected to the Mumbai city. Besides, the project is located 2 km from Lonavala railway station and 60 km from Pune. It also enjoys prox­imity to hospitals and shopping complexes.

“A combination of urban and countryside lifestyle allows one to enjoy the luxury lifestyle without missing the serenity and calmness of nature. It is due to these reasons that number of luxury residential projects have come up in Lonavala,” said Puranik.

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