5 Reasons To Buy A Villa In Lonavala

5 Reasons To Buy A Villa In Lonavala

16 Jan 2017

Lonavala, with its lush green mountains and amazing weather, is truly a blessing to the people of Mumbai and Pune. Located in the middle of the two bustling metros, it makes for an ideal getaway. In the last few years, Lonavala has witnessed a resurgence in its residential sector. Today, it is considered as one of the best holiday-home destinations in the country. Let's take a look at 5 reasons why a villa in Lonavala can be your next best investment:

1. A Dream Location: 

Lonavala is located just 64 KM away from Pune & 96 KM away from Mumbai. Thanks to the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, travelling to this place is now quick and easy. The destination also has excellent railway connectivity with both the cities. 

2. An Amazing Social Infrastructure:

Apart from the many tourist destinations, Lonavala has an excellent infrastructure in hospitality and education. You'll find top restaurants, hotels and renowned boarding schools here. Lonavala already has corporate training centres of big companies like L&T and Tata.

3. Perfect Living Conditions:

Lonavala is one of the most beautiful destinations in India. It boasts of spectacular views and an amazing year-round climate. It attracts tourists from all over the world for its scenic environs, outdoor options and pleasant weather. 

4. Affordable Property prices:

The prices of villas in Lonavala are in the affordable range of Rs. 5,000 -7,000 per sq. ft. As the prices in Mumbai and Pune are continuously rising, Lonavala stands out as an enticing option.

5. Healthy Appreciation:

In a span of just six years, the value of property in Lonavala has increased by around 150%. Between 2010 and 2016, the property rates increased from Rs. 2090 to Rs. 5865. The upward trend in the property values is set to continue in 2017 and Lonavala promises to be a strategic investment destination. 

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