Residential Plot / Land for sale in Deva Road area, Lucknow

10 - 20 lacs
Residential Plots Available on kishan path highway near jal kal vibhag dewa road

Residential Plots Available on kishan path highway near jal kal vibhag dewa road

kishan path, Deva Road, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)

  • Area: 1000 SqFeet
  • Facing: East
  • Transaction: New Property
  • Price: 1,200,000
  • Rate: 1,200 per SqFeet +50%
  • Possession: Immediate/Ready to move

Description

Residential Plots Available on kishan path highway near jal kal vibhag dewa road.
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Features

  • Land Features
    • Clear Title
    • Freehold Land
    • Society Boundary Wall
    • Club / Community Center
    • Adjacent to Main Road
    • Water Connection
    • Electric Connection
    • Close to Hospital
    • Close to School
    • Close to Shopping Center/Mall

Location

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* Location may be approximate

Price Trends Deva Road area, Lucknow

Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Deva Road, Lucknow

This property is priced approximately 50% over the average for an Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Deva Road, Lucknow (Rs.794/SqFeet)
* Disclaimer: Data may be approximate.

Locality Reviews Deva Road area, Lucknow

Deva Road is one of the areas in Lucknow which is developed in few years due to TATA motors plant on it.
Good Connectivity.
Property rate is increasing more than 50% yearly.
LDA expansion about 300 village of Barabanki on Deva Road,

Pros:
  • LDA expansion about 300 villege of Barabanki on Deva Road,
  • Good Connectivity.
  • Near Tata Motors Plant
Cons:
  • Property rate increasing more than 50% yearly
Posted: by Atul verma