Monday, June 23, 2008

Pick of the Week: Magadha Riviera

When you cut the marketing hoo-ha and look into the real deal, Magadha Riviera seems quite a neat property buy. At Rs. 3000 per square yard (negotiable) and loads of other freebies thrown in, this project is worth a deal.

Magadha Riviera is situated 15 km from the Shamshabad International airport. Although most of the approach road is yet to get that expressway look, the prospects of this project as a future residential locality seems quite promising.

Currently, Magadha has several 1000 to 300 square yard plots available as shown on its website.


Contact: Neeraj []
Mobile: 9866999220.

DTCP approved
Immediate registration facilities provided
Landscaped gardens
Tree lined vistas
State-of-the-art street lightning
Underground drainage
Black topped roads with sidewalks
Jogging track
Solar fencing
Round the clock security
Club house
Aircondition gym
Tennis court
Swimming pool
Party hall
Children recreation zone
Guest rooms
(WI-FI)Wireless Internet

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