3380 Sq.ft 3 Bedroom Luxurious Property

JOR BAGH

by

INR 19.50 Cr

  • Property Code: LUXAB37
  • Location: New Delhi - India.
  • Property Type: Apartments
  • Size: 3380 Sq.ft.
  • Land Area : 375 Sq.Yrd.
  • Bedroom: 3 Bedrooms.
Contact Agent Enquire Now


Responsible Agent:

SEND ENQUIRY

Security code : Click to refresh code.

A beautifully designed and luxurious property for sale. This property is situated at Jor bagh New Delhi.  It covers an land are of 375 SQ Yrd  that gives a space of 2 stilt car parking + 3 BHK + 3 Bathrooms covering 3380 Sq.ft.  World Class fixtures and furniture used, the property is so well developed and also  ready to move in. As per Vastu its a north facing flat.  Close to many important business locations and this area itself is a prime location of South Delhi. Call us now and get the best deal offered.


Specifications :

Concealed Plumbing
Earthquake Resistant construction
Anti Termite treatment
Concealed Wiring
High Profile security
Modular Kitchen
Imported Marble flooring
Stainless Steel Sink Kitchen
Anti Skid Tiles in Bathroom


Amenities :


CCTV
Intercom
Ample Water Supply
2 Stilt Car Parking
RO Water System
Internet / Wi-Fi Connectivity
Intercom Facility
Waste Disposal
Laundry Service
Quality Fittings in Bathroom
Kids Play area

About Developer :



Sobha Developers Ltd, a Rs. 15 billion company, is one of the largest and only backward integrated real estate players in the country.

With three decades of experience in creating resplendent interiors of palaces and masterpieces in the Middle-East, Mr. PNC Menon founded Sobha Developers in 1995 with a clear vision to transform the way people perceive quality in the real estate sector in India.

Since inception the company has always strived for benchmark quality, customer centric approach, robust engineering, in-house research, uncompromising business ethics, timeless values and transparency in all spheres of business conduct, which have contributed in making it a preferred real estate brand in India. In 2006 Sobha went public through its initial public offering in 2006, an event that created history when the issue got oversubscribed a record 126 times.