Civil Homes opens booking for two projects
Godavari Phase IX and Sunakothi Phase V targeted at end users
Civil Homes has opened bookings for their two new projects in the heart of Lalitpur — Godavari Phase IX and Sunakothi Phase V Colony ‘A’ and ‘B’. Targeting end users, these two individual housing projects will be built according to the new building codes.
The Godavari Phase IX project is 6.5 kilometre away from Satdobato Chowk. Spread over 42 ropanis of land, this project will have 107 units of two and a half storey buildings. There are two building models to choose from — three-bedrooms and four-bedrooms. The land area of three-bedroom buildings cover three annas with built up area of 1,200 sq ft. The land area of four-bedroom houses start at four annas to five annas with minimum built up area of 1,500 sq ft. The price of these building start from Rs 12 million to Rs 16 million.
“As we have yet to launch the Phase IX project at Godavari, we are offering promotional discounts up to 10 per cent for a certain period,” said Project Head Om Krishna Maharjan. Citing that the project is ideal for residential purpose, Maharjan said, “Surrounded by lush greenery and calm and serene environment with fresh air makes Godawari the ideal place to live in. Moreover, facility of water and soon to be connected with a 22 metre access road are unique selling points of the project.” With the project tagline ‘My sweet home with resort feel’, the company will provide more green spaces, jogging tracks, a temple and community centre.
Sunakothi V Colony ‘A’ and ‘B’ is a small housing project spread over five ropanis of land. The project has altogether 18 units of two and a half storey buildings that will have built up area of 1,217 sq ft to 1,415 sq ft. The project area is just 3.5 kilometres inside the Satdobato. The land area of the plot is 2.5 annas to 3.5 annas. The price of buildings start from Rs 13 million to Rs 15 million.
“Sunakothi is an ideal residential area where we have launched our Phase III project. This project is close to the city and has a good environment for living,” said Maharjan. According to him, they will provide 7,000 litre underground water tank, three kVA solar back up and Japanese sewerage technology. He informed, “We have already got 50 per cent bookings for this project. And we will soon complete our show house.”
Talking about the quality, Maharjan said, “We have designed and will construct each buildings abiding by the new building by-laws introduced by the government.” According to him, they have allotted a six metre access roads in the project.
Optimistic about the projects, he said, “We are hopeful that the Godavari project will attract more customers for affordable, manageable and comfortable buildings with goodwill of brand name.” He informed that soil condition of the project areas are good for residential purpose.
Designed in new modern, each building will have living, dining, kitchen, two bathrooms, guestroom, car porch, bedrooms, puja room and washing area in both projects.