Sobha International City Gurgaon



INR 10 Cr

  • Property Code: LUXAB318
  • Location: New Delhi - India.
  • Property Type: Private Villas
  • Size: 5000 sq ft.
  • Land Area : Nil.
  • Bedroom: 5.
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150 acres of secured villa township, just 15 minutes drive from IGI airport, New Delhi
    Exclusive low density living with just 6 villas per acre+ located right off Dwarka Expressway
    Ample greens, immaculately planned roads, broad tree-lined walkways
    2 acres of premium club house offering an array of privileges, exclusively for the residents

Specifications :

Plot area: 334 & 418

    Spread over G+2 & basement
    Spacious 5 bedroom residences with 2 master suites
    Double height living spaces
    Terrace gardens, front & rear lawns

Amenities :


    Luxury Row Houses, Presidential Villas Duplex Villas development with complete social infrastructure - schools, healthcare & shopping centres
    Exclusive low density living, with just six villas per acre*
    Large landscaped open spaces with broad, tree-lined avenues and green spaces on either side
    Premier club house spread across a lavish 2 acres with exclusive amenities and multiple dining options

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.