7 reasons you'll love these Italian-themed homes in Bavdhan, Pune

7 reasons you'll love these Italian-themed homes in Bavdhan, Pune

09 Nov 2016

If your obsession for Italy begins with the yummy pizza and continues to grow with the melodious music and spectacular architecture, then how about living a life that is truly Italian? 

Pune’s very own Bavdhan now has a piece of Italy, where you can own an Italian-themed home. 

Here are 7 reasons why we think you are going to love these homes –

Italian Architecture – Juliet balconies and iconic flight of stairs are key differentiators of Italian architecture, which place you directly in a Shakespearean world. You can experience them best in the book of Italian romance at this lovely project. 

Rooftop gardens – Under the generous starry sky, here’s an Italian retreat that is designed for a perfect evening walk or quiet retrospection. 

Vineyards and market area – Italian wine and dine come to your doorstep to make your stay more delightful than ever. Or enjoy a Sunday shopping for groceries in the traditional Italian open market!

Café with canal – What’s more sophisticated than an eatery by the water where you can sit back with a coffee and book? This icon of Italian lifestyle will be right outside your home.  

Island kitchen – The Italian culture of sharing and caring begins in your kitchen. Interact with your kids and family members while you cook for them and share a hearty meal right at the kitchen’s island.

Outdoor Amenities – The Italian ambience is only enhanced with modern day outdoor amenities including a fully-equipped sports centre. 

Central Location – Any lifestyle experience becomes better when you live at a location that enjoys all the conveniences. These Italian-themed homes are located in Bavdhan, one of Pune’s most coveted locations that have all the social infrastructure in place. 

Are you in love with the idea of this lifestyle already? This splendid creation of 2 and 3 Bhk residential apartments in Bavdhan, Pune is Puranik’s Abitante. Explore more about the project at

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