3 Bedroom Independent House for sale in Hosur, Krishnagiri

1 - 1.5 crores
House is in mgr nagar opp to ration shop in mookandapalli

House is in mgr nagar opp to ration shop in mookandapalli

Mookandapalli, Hosur, Krishnagiri - 635109 (Tamil Nadu)

  • Area: 1800 SqFeet
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Floor: Ground
  • Total Floors: Two
  • Facing: East
  • Furnished: Unfurnished
  • Transaction: Resale Property
  • Price: 12,500,000
  • Rate: 6,944 per SqFeet +100%
  • Age Of Construction: 14 Years
  • Possession: Within 6 Months


0.5km from ring road and 0.5km from NH7 , we have car parking and bore well and 3 rerented rooms in first floor and ground floor single villa with 3 rooms and near by (0.5km)chons mall is also approved it is the gd time to invest here in hosur.

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Locality Reviews Hosur, Krishnagiri

Tamil Nadu State Government‘s vision of Hosur.
To make Hosur a giant satellite town like Gurgaon & Noida in Northern India and Navi Mumbai in Western India.
Infrastructure development.
•Hosur has been an auto & manufacturing hub for more than 2 decades and therefore its basic infrastructure is firmly in place.
•It is also building on its present infrastructure including roads, schools, hospitals and shopping malls.
Strategic Location advantage
It’s located within 10 Km from B’luru city outskirts and mere 20 Km from Electronic city, B’luru’s IT belt.


Hosur is industrial town, extremely famous for its manufacturing industries, amazing weather and serene climate. It belongs to Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu and is very close to Electronic City, Bangalore. If given a choice to people working in and around electronic city, they would prefer Hosur over Bangalore, just to avoid traffic congestion and travel time as one of several reasons

  • Climate
  • Cost of living
  • Traffic
  • Not enough parks and malls
  • Road Conditions
  • Strikes and border disputes
Posted: by Nitin M

If Tamil Nadu Govt gets the highest revenue in any town in the state it is Hosur.Most of the workforce is skilled and any factory can be started here.Colombia Asia is building a Hospital so also Narayana Hrudayalaya Complex.Schools teach tamil,telugu,kannada and english.Bangalore's open space is only here and in next 15 years prices of all lands will go up and as itis land is not available on NH7.If it is its Price is that of Bangalore border.

Posted: by S K G Rao Rao

Hosur is a Industrial town located nearby Bangalore city, IT hub. This city is located above 1000' of the sea level.Hence the climate is good and no humid. This is the only place where the hill top temple for Siva, Vishnu and Brahma is situated. Railway station and private aerodrome is an added advantage. The proposed IT Park is under construction. Multi linguistic place where in more than 3 lakhs people are residing and migrated from all over India.

  • Good climate
  • Industrial Hub
  • Close to Silicon valley city, Bangalore
  • Needs improvement in infrastructure and town planning
  • Pollution because of many industries
Posted: by Murthy P

Hosur, also known as Little England, for its climatic conditions, has a history of more than 2000 Years.
Hosur, is known on these days, not only for its climatic condition, but for the thousands of industries located here. Hosur is at the height of about 900 meters above sea level and is on 'Deccan Plateau'. Average temperature during summer is 25° to 35° C and during Winter it is 13° to 25° C. Month of March and April used to be hot and rainy season starts in the month of May and lasts up to December. Rain during the month of May is mostly due to summer. June and July used to witness high speed winds along with rain.
Other than climate, Hosur is very special for the languages spoken. The population is identified as Local and Settled. 'Local' means, people who live in Hosur even before industrialization and 'Settled' means people who got settled in Hosur after 1970s. 70% of the Locals have Telugu as their mother tongue, while 99% of the Settled have Tamil as their mother tongue. Other than Tamil and Telugu, the next widely spoken language is Kannada.
Here is one more interesting thing about Hosur.

  • Fantastic roads
  • dropped water levels

Great climate with excellent investment in Hosur. I.T. park proposal. 32kms from bangalore. just 40 minutes drive to Bangalore

  • 40 minutes drive to Bangalore. Excellent climate
Posted: by Pradeep Jyothi

Hosur is a great place for safe living and a haven of salubrious climate through the year. Known as little England due to the weather and the gentle breeze, bird lovers and health freaks who work from home on creative pursuits like art, poetry and free lance writing, or those stressed out on sabbatical will love living here.
Drive to electronic city is quick and easy. Hosur is developing fast with departmental stores, 5 star hotels, industrial estate, fine dining, swimming pools and gyms. Titan, TVS and Leyland have their High Schools besides many other schools. The Adiyaman Engineering college has good track record on placements. Drive to Chennai is just 5 hrs in an SUV and 6 hrs by luxury buses. The Farmers market is a boon for family to select their fresh stock of fruits, flowers and veggies. Milk supply from Hosur Cattle farm is organic and price regulated. The Thal airport has a helipad for corporate honchos to land easily and small airstrip that will become the next mini airport to make hopping flights to nearby cities and the Bangalore international airport.

  • A bridge between rural and urban ambience.
  • Hogenekal water scheme is now a reality and water may not be scare for another 10 years.
  • Next busy and promising city of Tamil Nadu, yet in easy reach from Bangalore.
  • Great climate.
  • Due to fast growth city infrastructure and roads are not much to talk about.
Posted: by Vasudevan S