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You should observe a segment of the civilities throughout the day, consistently security, arranged clubhouse, cafeteria, library, amphitheater, visitor’s halting. A security check post is accessible at the ways for the security of the inhabitants. Moreover, electrical fencing and watched out for security helped by CCTV’s aggregate the system. Tenants can basically go to the cafeteria/diner and treat themselves to a luxurious dinner. Film dears are in for a treat. This endeavor houses a little assembly hall for its occupants, finishes of the week masterminded. This office can be made use to have birthday’s, family amassing and so on. Different guest rooms are furthermore open.



Sobha Developers, one of India’s best architects present to you Sobha Lake Garden . This assignment is arranged at KR Puram and acknowledges awe inspiring accessibility and awesome social establishment. Here the townhouses have been proposed to meet the requirements of forefront home buyer. Broad rooms and lovely shades upgrade the property. A vast gathering of current solaces are a bit of this endeavor to add to the convenience of the tenants.

The endeavors acknowledges an indispensable territory and care has been taken to give the right blend of serenity and urban mix. For specialists planning to settle down, different assumed schools, colleges and facilities are accessible in the locale.

Sobha Lake Garden Location 

Sobha Lake Garden is arranged at KR Puram, Bangalore. This region is known for its admirable system mixed with direct cabin units. This locale is home to different government work environments and ventures. One of the obvious turning points of this area is Indian Telephone Industries, conspicuously known as ITI.

Furthermore, satisfactory green/open spaces are accessible in and around the errand. This gives the really vital edge over the sullying of the city.


KR Puram acknowledges mind blowing accessibility to all parts of the city. One of the prime purposes behind this is its closeness to Outer Ring Road.This locale is arranged on National Highway 75 which partners Bangalore to Kolar, Malur and other such present day zones.

With the introduction of Metro benefits, the accessibility of this locale has also made progress. The Byapanahalli Metro station is arranged at a detachment of 3Kms. In like manner, rail/taxis are easily open in the area.

Social Infrastructure:

All by virtue of its crucial zone and proximity to IT Parks, KR Puram has seen a colossal enthusiasm for hotel units by specialists wanting to settle down in the city.Quality direction is never an area of concern, different assumed schools are accessible adjoining. Kendriya Vidyalaya, Cambridge Institutions and Indus Valley International School t name a few.Good human administrations is another point which is of prime noteworthiness, this locale is regarded with numerous quality social protection centers.

Sobha Lake Garden New pre dispatch private aggregate coming up in the territory of KR Puram off Old Madras Road, Bangalore, spread 8.99 areas of land with indicate Units of 677, , All the lofts in Sobha Lake Garden . The begin is made once again a tremendous land circulate keeps up a sound change of improvement to open space extent. The endeavor is conceptualized and made by grandiose brand of Sobha Ltd and offers 1bhk , 2bhk ,2.5bhk and 3bhk pads styled in a urban course with best in class civilities and features.The townhouses are large, all around ventilated and vaastu pleasant units with contemporary internal parts and exterior. The particulars related in every tract supersedes in quality, checks and style. The general arrangement complements on tenacious security between every apartment suite unit by avoiding any futile areas or dividers. The proximity of wide windows and particularly arranged exhibitions clear way for inviting stream of trademark light and fresh air.Sobha Lake Garden offers an extensive gathering of illustrious upgrades to keep the agreeable hours keenly associated with and transparently utilized. The solaces offered joins heavy swimming pool with tyke’s pool, clubhouse, gathering or multi-reason hall, practice focus, yoga/heart empowering exercise deck, indoor-outdoors brandishes workplaces, adolescents’ play an area, running/walking tracks, tree-lined garden district, Barbeque zone, library, masterminded halting openings, hi tech security perception, waste organization system and rain water gathering structures.


Sobha Lake Garden is arranged in fresh incorporates off Old Madras Road, Bangalore-East. This zone is one of the up-floating private objectives of the city on account of its agreeable points of confinement and exceptional social and physical structure. The proximity of reputed schools, colleges, markets, motels, specialist’s offices, multiplexes, strip malls, banks and distinctive lodging sets an extraordinary promenade for easeful occupation. The availability of Old Mardras road in closeness gives a straightforward drive to prime zones of Whitefield, Airport, tumkur road, Marathalli and City.


Set up in 1995, Sobha Limited, a 24 billion association, is one of the snappiest creating and boss backward joined land players in the country. It infers that the association has all the key capacities and in-house advantages for pass on an endeavor from its conceptualization to satisfaction. Sobha Limited is India’s driving property engineers with 95 arrive wanders; 253 lawfully restricting exercises 65.83 million square feet of area. 50 nonstop private exercises; 31.14 million square feet of developable zone 31 advancing definitive endeavors; 9.35 million square feet of zone. Present in 24 urban groups and 13 states transversely finished India. Developed in 1986, The Sobha Limited has taken pleasure in achievement in all fields like private, business, retail, unwinding and cordiality parts. As far back as the ascent of the brand name, Sobha Limited have explored each probability to keep up the reputation.


Sobha Lake Garden In Whitefield the name proposes stays for being remarkable in its own particular conduct, spaciousunits stacked with a huge gathering of present day civilities. The assignment is ultra lavish and is a perfect private address extremely coming to fruition. Each unit holds a lot of critical worth to its tenants, broad units and quality fittings add a radical new estimation to the living learning.

Beautifully created nurseries and stunning scenes add to the magnificence of the place. A discerning effort has been taken to ensure enough green spaces in and around the wander. This is a sound treatment to escape from the sullying levels of the city. Unadulterated and outside air to breathe in for the duration of the day long!!The zone of this wander offers the right blend of serenity and urban culture.

The washrooms in each unit will hold unrivaled quality fittings and slide free tiles for the prosperity of the inhabitants. Also, Jacuzzi/Shower zone will be accessible to add to your advantage. Specific totally furnished kitchens are set up in each unit to enhance your cooking learning. Chimneys of unrivaled quality will find its place in these cabin units. This private undertaking will use common quality passages and windows, this is a basic development to the internal parts of your dream home.

Another basic point is the ground surface of this private show. The cabin units will be done with vitrified tiles as they are solid and require no upkeep. To floor of stairways and corridor region, Italian marble is favored. Essential zones and antechamber add to general perspective of the place. The internal parts of corridor hold quality gem and the place will without a doubt flood of positive vibes and luxury. Quick lifts of significant worth make, find its way into this private complex.—bangalore

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