2 Bedroom Independent House for rent in Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore

10,001-15,000
Newly built pet friendly 2 BHK for rent

Newly built pet friendly 2 BHK for rent

21st Main, Near Amma Aashram, Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore - 560056 (Karnataka)

  • Area: 1100 SqFeet
  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Floor: Second
  • Total Floors: Three
  • Facing: North
  • Furnished: Semi Furnished
  • Lease Period: 11 Months
  • Monthly Rent: 14,500
  • Rate: 13 per SqFeet +5%
  • Age Of Construction: 1 Years
  • Available: Immediate/Ready to move

Description

Newly built, pet friendly with 24 hours water availability.
Sufficient space for parking & good neighborhood.

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Features

  • Lot
    • Private Terrace
    • Balcony
  • Interior
    • Woodwork
    • Modular Kitchen
    • Granite Flooring
    • Feng Shui / Vaastu Compliant
  • Maintenance
    • Water Supply / Storage
    • Boring / Tube-well

Location

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* Location is approximate

Price Trends Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore

Independent Houses for rent in Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore

This property is priced approximately 10% over the average for an Independent Houses for rent in Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore (Rs.12/SqFeet)
* Disclaimer: Data may be approximate.

Locality Reviews Nagadevana Halli, Bangalore

Nagadevanahalli is a quiet and green area just behind one of the largest open lung spaces in Bangalore, namely the Gnanabharati Bangalore University campus. It is easily accessible from multiple points like Mysore Road via the level crossing at the Indian Statistical Institute just two km from the Gopalan Mall at RR Nagar arch. Another approach is thru the University campus from near the Sports Stadium and Regional Institute of English. Yet another approach is from the Outer Rind Road connecting Kengeri Town with Magadi Road.
There are a number of apartment complexes and sites in various layouts which are either BDA or BDA approved. The area has good connectivity to markets and shopping areas in Kengeri Town and Rajarajeshwari Nagar. Health facilities like the Indus Hospital (within the area) and BGS Hospital are closeby. Educational institutions like top engineering college R.V. College of Engineering, BGS Medical School and JSS Engineering School are in close vicinity. There is a booming IT Techpark within walking distance at the Global Village Software Techpark and also the Satellite Bus Stand and the Gnanabharati Railway Station which provide rail and road connectivity. The East-West Metro which terminates at Nayandahalli is within 4 km. and is already operational. This section is being extended upto Kengeri Satellite Town along the Mysore Road and work is progressing fast with a station planned within 1 km of Nagadevanahalli. The area is just 8 to 9 km from the city railway railway station and the main bus-stand and the future Metro hub at Majestic. With multiple modes of transport available like bus, rail and metro it is well connected.
The water resources are also very rich, with Kaveri water connections readily available and the Dubasipalya water tank recharging the whole area with bore-well water being struck at 200 to 300 feet depth in Nagadevanahalli
In short a highly livable locality with plenty of greenery and open spaces for a great quality of life for those who value it as compared to the congested and densely populated suburbs which are much further away from the city.
The in-progress Metro and six-laning of Mysore Road will further boost the attractiveness of this location with more and more infra-structure and educational facilities coming up in and around. Currently due to low awareness the property prices for flats and sites are reasonable and rents too are quite affordable. But with these developments happening at rapid pace the prices are going northward very fast.

Pros:
  • Close vicinity to city and schools, malls and markets
  • Green, open and under-developed parcels still available
  • Great road, rail and metro connectivity from multiple sides
Cons:
  • In isolated pockets it is difficult to get autos
  • Mosquito menace in evenings due to dense foliage in some areas
  • Badly potholed interior roads in common with many Bangalore suburbs
Posted: by Anand Kankanhalli