SK BRINDAVAN HORMAVU REAL ESTATEby Town Properties Town Properties
ABOUT SK BRINDAVAN
SPECIFICATIONS OF SK BRINDAVAN
Column foundation and RCC connecting plinth beams.
R.C.C. framed structure with brick work.
24 x 24 inches Vertified tiles in the hall and bedrooms
Main door in teak wood.
Country wood frame with flush doors.
Country wood frame with glass shutters.
Internal walls with Wall putty and premium emulsion pain; external walls in emulsion paint of pleasing colour.
Provision for TV cable and telephone cable.
One open cupboard with cuddapah slabs
Black granite platform and stainless steel sink, glazed tiles above the platform up to 24 inches high with good quality brass chromium plated taps and a provision for exhaust fan.
Walls in glazed tiles up to seven feet high. One European water closet in one bathroom and one Indian water closet in another bathroom with a provision for an Geyser and exhaust fan.
Three phase supply will be provided with MCB type with phase change over switch.
Common water supply system for all flats
AMENITIES IN SK BRINDAVAN
SK BRINDAVAN comes up with basic Amenities and this project is BBMP Approved A Khata Project
3.Power Back Up
8.Children's Play Area
LOCALITY REVIEW OF HORAMAVU
Horamavu is an area in Bangalore in Indian state of Karnataka. It is a rapidly growing suburb, which is adjacent to other areas such as Banaswadi, Kalkere and Ramamurty Nagar in North Bangalore. The KR Puram railway station, an important railway junction in Bangalore, is just 3 km away.
Horamavu today is very strategically placed off the ring road and close to three important stations, K.R Puram, Banaswadi and Bangalore East. Horamavu has a good number of planned layouts like Sai Sankalpa Layout, P&T Layout, Nandanam Colony, Ashirwad Colony, Bank Avenue Colony, Papaiya Layout, Coconut Grove Layout, kenchappa garden, brindavan layout etc.
Large scale real estate development in Horamavu is also causing a lot of damage in some part of areas. The Raja Kaluves and lakes are being encroached destroying an area which was once rich in flora and fauna. Like the newly developing areas, there are no areas identified for gardens and parks Bangalore is famous for.
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