Residential Plot / Land for sale in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore

60 - 1 crore
Freehold Land in Coconut Garden

Freehold Land in Coconut Garden

Garden Villas, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore (Karnataka)

  • Area: 1500 SqFeet
  • Transaction: Resale Property
  • Price: 6,750,000
  • Rate: 4,500 per SqFeet -35%
  • Possession: Immediate/Ready to move


30/50 east facing 'b' khata site for sale in coconut garden nagarbhavi, 800 mtrs from ring road and nagarbhavi circle very well developed area. Asking price is rs.4500/- Per square feet slightly negotiable.
Note - Also interested for exchange with agriculture property.
Kindly cal for more details.

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  • Other features
    • Super Area: 1500 Sq.Ft.
    • Freehold ownership
    • Immediate posession
    • Society: Coconut Garden


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Price Trends Nagarbhavi, Bangalore

Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore

This property is priced approximately -35% under the average for an Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore (Rs.7086/SqFeet)
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Locality Reviews Nagarbhavi, Bangalore

It is a busy area best suited for middle and upper middle class people. it is a busy area with markets shops are available at easy reach. nearer to banks,bus stops,schools and shops.

  • near to shops,banks and bus stops and nearer to park
  • linked to metro rail
  • metro rails connectivity takes some time to materialise
Posted: by Narayanan sampath

Nagarbhavi is a very fast developing area due to its easy access to outer ring road, all highways like NH4, mumbai, Mysore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mangalore and Coimbatore etc. Now this is also easily accessible by Metro via Nayanda Halli.

  • Ring Road & Easy access to High Ways.
  • Metro and city bus convenience.Vishweshwaraiah Layout is coming up fast
  • All educational and industrial units are easily accessible.
  • Public Transport has to improve
  • Kaveri Water supply is still has to improve.
  • The shopping complexes have to come up.
Posted: by Satishkubsad Satishkubsad