2 Bedroom Apartment / Flat for sale in City Centre, Durgapur

40 - 60 lacs
Ready to move 2BHK Apartment in Bidisha Apartments, Durgapur

Ready to move 2BHK Apartment in Bidisha Apartments, Durgapur

Bidisha Apartments, Durgapur, City Centre, Durgapur (West Bengal)

  • Area: 1070 SqFeet
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Transaction: Resale Property
  • Price: 5,500,000
  • Rate: 5,140 per SqFeet +10%
  • Possession: Immediate/Ready to move

Description

Residential apartment for sell.The property has 2 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms .Located in city center.Property is built in 1070 sq.Ft.(Builtup area) available at an expected price of 55 lac.Located on 2nd of the 5 floors .It is a freehold property.The property comes with a good construction quality which ages 10 years old

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Features

  • Other features
    • Builtup Area: 1070 Sq.Ft.
    • Freehold ownership
    • Floor: 2nd of 5 Floors
    • Immediate posession
    • 10+ years old
    • Society: Bidisha Apartments
    • Gated Community

Location

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Price Trends City Centre, Durgapur

Apartments / Flats for sale in City Centre, Durgapur

This property is priced approximately 10% over the average for an Apartments / Flats for sale in City Centre, Durgapur (Rs.4650/SqFeet)
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Locality Reviews City Centre, Durgapur

City center is a good place with all amenities a family wants . Banks, schools, big malls, govt. offices, hospitals near by.

Pros:
  • Good roads
  • Buses to connect anywhere in India, Railway station nearby.
Cons:
  • Crowded
Posted: by Nkgoswami

City center of Durgapur has become a hub of Durgapur steel city . Many offices, malls , eateries of renowned joints had come up within a span of 2 to 3 years. Multiplexes , diagnostic centers and apartments by renowned group has changed the skyline of city center. At evening it looks like a mini park street and absolutely safe for ladies and older.

Cons:
  • Industrial pollution is too much
Posted: by Subhadip Sengupta