Mumbai: Home To Ultra-Modern Houses
- May 28, 2016
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Last week, I had guests coming over for dinner. When asked what they would like to have – tea or coffee, the couple’s kid promptly asked if we had Wi-Fi connection and if he can access it. I wasn’t surprised.
Those days are history when all you really needed is a big spacious house with ample square meters to house your family comfortably. Back in those days, no one really cared about parking lots or in-house gymnasiums or amphitheatres. Contemporary kitchens lacked the elegance of modular kitchens and they still worked properly. Modern baths with extravagant fittings were tales of king castles; people sufficed themselves with just the regular baths and sinks.
Whether it is about sending your kid to a celebrity status school or the master-bedroom in your house, we just cannot imagine life without everything being king-size. Why should it be any different when buying a house?
The outlook has changed, so has the demands. People no more want just a 4-storey common building with a single elevator. They need more. And although this may cost them the savings of their lifetimes, they want to do it right. Just how they’d dreamt it!
Tonnes of projects have been lined up across the country with lucrative offers to attract elite buyers. Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Noida, and Pune, are all destinations for ultra-modern homes. But with the luxury properties in mumbai, it is once again the gold mine for house seekers.
These properties in mumbai such as Elegance and Solitaire by Jaycee Homes offer everything a dream home must have. From lavish one apartments per floor to personalized elevator, Italian marble floors to gourmet kitchen, these houses just make your dreams appear too small.
While planning to buy a house, you no more need to look for the amenities. Just look for the right name and you get all you desire in one package. What you need to check though is if it is in a locality you find yourself driving out and back home, day after day. Does it have all the essentials at arm’s length – cafes, supermarkets, malls, boutiques, schools and health centers?
And lastly, walking into the area to do a ground check for competitor prices would do no harm. After all, saving a good penny is the blood life of any good investor.