2 Bedroom Apartment / Flat for rent in Sector 19, Noida

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2BHK Builder Floor in Sector-19, Noida

B-244, Sector 19, Noida (Uttar Pradesh)

  • Bedrooms: Two
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Monthly Rent: Available on request
  • Available: Immediate/Ready to move

Description

White washed and paint completed before rent out

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Features

  • Other features
    • Super Area: 114 Sq. Meter
    • North-East Facing
    • Balconies: 2
    • Floor: Ground of 3 Floors
    • 10+ years old
    • Additional Rooms: Study Room
    • Marble Flooring
    • Furnishing: Semifurnished
    • Gated Community
    • Reserved Parking

Location

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Locality Reviews Sector 19, Noida

sector 19 is a prime sector located on dnd road coming from Delhi and is sorrounded by noida main market called atta market, large malls like GIP and Mals of India with metro running along this sector throughout, and prominent hospitals like Max, Indogulf, sector 27 kailash hospital, schools nearby with industrial sector aross road and Word Trade Centre on entrance of the sector. This is self contained sector with all facilities.

Pros:
  • it is a prime sector of noida
  • has all facilities
  • very safe and secured sector
Cons:
  • busy roads,
Posted: by Ranjana sharma

Sector 19 is at a very prime location of Noida, which connects Noida with Delhi and it is easy to commute through Metro as well. Near Atta Market and Mall.

Pros:
  • Near GIP Mall
  • Near Markets
  • Near Metro
Posted: by Sachin Walia

Sector 19 is Central location which provides easy access to all major places of Noida like Atta Market, DND flyover, Greater Noida expressway, city magistrate office nearby police station.

Pros:
  • Walking distance from stationary shop
  • All facilities are nearby
  • Secure area
Cons:
  • Strict rules and regulation
Posted: by Neelu jain