Jump to content
  • Welcome!

    Welcome to India-Drive, Road trips and travel group. Please register to join us.

Kompally Gated Community Project for all my friends

Recommended Posts

A New Mega Gated Community project by

Varsha Constructions  & Developers,

Suhas Projects India Pvt. Ltd.,


Bharati Builders(Siri Sampada Estates).


A Wonderful Opportunity to Own Your Dream Home. A chance to buy a Flat of your choice and be a proud owner in our New Luxurious Gated-Community Residential Project, near Cine-Planet Kompally.


Project size: 6.5 acres 
Number of Blocks: 8
Number of Floors: Cellar + Stilt + 8stairs
Total flats: 664
Flat Sizes Range: 830 sq.ft. to 2100 sq.ft (2 and 3 BHKs)
Facings: East and West
Project Completion : 2 blocks (D & H blocks) 20 months and entire project by 33 months (with 3months grace period)

Base Price: 3750/- Per Sft.
Amenities: Free
Car Parking : 1 Free
-No Extra charges for East Facing, Corner and Park/ Club House Facing
-No Floor raise charges
-Booking Amount : 7L for any 2BHKs, 8L for 3BHKs (Cheque or Cash) 

-Agreement or MOU : After 25% amount paid.
-Land Registration: After 100% payment
-Flat Registration: After freezing the Layouts and Floor Plans

-After pre-launch offer, base price would be 5000/- per Sft and 5 Lakhs for Amenities.


Location Advantages:
1) Kompally in Hyderabad is a developing residential locality situated along NH-44 towards northern side of the city. The strategic location and affordability is driving residential demand in this location.
2) The second phase to the ORR, which connects Kompally, is likely to improve its connectivity to Gachibowli and the international airport at Shamshabad. 
3) Very well connected to Airport and Railway Station(14Kms). The international airport is 49Kms via NH 44.
4) Very near to Cine Planet Kompally, CinePolis Multiplex, entertainment hubs and Sports.
5) Close Proximity to the ORR Junction
6) Close Proximity to educational institutions having International Schools, Engineering colleges, Junior colleges.
7) Close proximity to Multi Cuisine Restaurants, Hospitals, Shopping Malls, Multiplexes, Banks, Convention Centres and Function Halls.



Key Highlights of the Project: 

1) Around 1.2 acres dedicated open area for Amenities/Greenery/Children's park/Sports zone.
2) Around 30,000 sq ft. area for dedicated amenities in a separate block of G+3 floors.
3) 21 World Class Amenities which includes Club House, Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, Indoor Games, Amphitheatre, Spa and Yoga Centre, Mini Super Market etc.
4) Good ROI within a span of 2 years and Good Rental Income of 16000 to 27000 depending on the flat size. 
5) Exactly one kilometer distance from Cine Planet Kompally(NH 44).
6) Project is very near to Siddh Convention Centre and KVR Convention Centre.
7) A lot of Residential projects are being laid-out in this Kompally area for its suitable conditions for residents.
😎 Builders themselves are the Land Owners.
9) Immediate Registration of land in the name of Investor is done for security purpose, as soon as the Dharani Portal is opened if the amount is paid in full.
10) Have an option to go for Loan as well.
11) HMDA Approvals and RERA Permissions will be obtained by the end of January followed by immediate Launch of the project.

(P.S : This is our own project. LAND OWNERS are THE BUILDERS)


For further Queries:

You may Contact me @

Rajbharat K

Mobile: +91 8008983345







Edited by Rajbharat
  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 2 weeks later...
  • 1 month later...
15 hours ago, Yeswi said:

how can we trust 3 vendors(bharati, suhas,and varsha) joint venture before RERA approvals


Only advantage with Pre-RERA approvals is pricing.
Usually there is bump in price post RERA approval. 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Our picks

    • Malgund beach – a hidden paradise
      Note: Lockdown is over not the Pandemic. We request travelers to follow all safety measures.
      Malgund beach – a hidden paradise
      A beautiful drive to konkan beach.
      We have taken at most care like,
      -          Used personal car for all drive.
      -          Stayed in friend’s resort which is clean and hygiene.
      -          Used face mask and sanitizers wherever required.
      -          Avoided crowded places. Planned travel on weekdays
      My companion in travel.
      -       Smartphone Poco f1 
      -       Canon 1300d             
      Difficulty level:
      -       No problem for elders and kids.
      Road conditions:
      -       I travelled from Pune, hence took below route
      -       Home in Pune – Satara – Umbraj – Patan – Chiplun – Malgund beach         
      -       Roads are good From Pune till Patan. From Patan to Chiplun roads are average to worst (specially ghat section). From Chiplun to Ganpatipule average (road widening going on).
      Best time to visit:
      -       Through out the year once can visit this place.   
      Getting There :
      By Air : Nearest airport is mumbai.
      By Rail : Nearest Railway Station is ratnagiri.
      By Road : 1 Km - Distance from ganpatipule to malgund beach.
      Places to see nearby :
      1. Ganapatipule temple and beach
      2. Pawas
      3. Parshuram temple
      4. Marleshwar
      Malgund beach location: https://goo.gl/maps/kwcCd3jUnGa4YCNu6
      Malgund, a small village, 1 km away from ganpatipule beach, is known as the birthplace of famous Marathi poet Keshavasuta, who was born here in 1866. He is regarded as a poet who heralded the dawn of modern Marathi poetry. There is a monument at Malgund dedicated to his work and also a museum where you can find information on most of the modern day poets of Marathi language. The memorial is a real treat for people who are interested in Marathi literature. Malgund also houses Nirmal Nagari of Her Holiness Mrs. Nirmala Shrivastava of Sahaja Yoga fame.
      In memories of him kavi keshasut smarak is built in malgund. Many tourists prefer to stay in malgund instead of ganpatipule due to calm and quiet nature and no commercialization.
      We stayed in Sagar Darshan Beach resort. This resort just adjacent to beach and one can enjoy to full extent. I recommend this resort.
      After March, the temperature starts rising but rarely crosses 30 °C. May is the hottest month, with temperatures reaching 40 °C. The monsoon lasts from June to October, when rains are usually plentiful and regular.















        • Like
      • 3 replies
    • Hyderabad to South India, First road trip of 2021
      Places Travelled
      Hyderabad - Tirupati - Kanchipuram - Madurai - Rameshwaram - dhanushkodi - palani - Guruvayur - coimbature - Bangalore - Lepakshi - Hyderabad
      No. of people 5 in Vitara Brezza
      Day 1: Hyderabad to Tirupati Day 2:Dharshan at Tirupati Day 3:Tirupati to kanchipuram Day 4:kanchipuram to madurai Day 5:Madurai to Rameshwaram and dhanushkodi Day 6: Dhanushkodi to gurvayur via palani Day 7: Gurvyaur to coimbatore Day 8: Coimbatore to hyderabad via bangalore and lepakshi  
      First trip of 2021 has became the best trip till now. Travelled around 3500kms. Planned to visit all the places of southern part but rain has ruined all our plans.
      Heavy rains in Tamilnadu.
      Best Moment: 
      Visiting my dream place "Dhanushkodi", The Last Road Of India. Everyone must visit, but not while raining. Goosebumps moment when we reach the destination. The sound of waves at one side, eyes full of happiness at another side, this is what everyone needs. 
      Road Conditions:
      Overall the road conditions was awesome with minimum potholes.
      A small suggestion: when you travel through some village, it is better to ask localities about the route than blindly believing on Google Maps. If Stuck in traffic by believing on GMaps.
      Diesel: 18000/-
      Food and beverages: 10000/-
      Room: 15000/-
      Toll Tax: 2100/- 
      The best food we ate was Dindigul Thalappakatti biryani.
      Funny Incident: 
      Bangalore has fined us for not wearing masks inside the car.
      we are not aware that we should wear mask in car while travelling with windows rolled up.
      We were by 250rs each. The fun is police where stopping only outside state cars, they aren't stopping Karnataka registered vehicles.
      We found few people travelling in KA registered vehicle, they are not wearing any masks. when we ask police to stop them, Cops answer Thum jhakey roko na ghadi ko". This is kind of discrimination which every traveler hates. 

















        • Like
      • 6 replies
    • Hyderabad to Sikkim road trip
      Hyderabad to Sikkim road trip :
      Four  BTech friends,
      Proper reunion after a decade.
        • Like
      • 61 replies
    • Kokankada, Harishchandra gad & Taramati peak - A dream climb
      Due to pandemic we have taken at most care like,
      -          Used personal car for all drive.
      -          Used face mask and sanitizers wherever required.
      -          Planned travel on weekdays and believe me it was worth.
      of going towards Konkan Kada. From Kelewadi village onwards, an ascend via the steep slope of Sadhle Ghat brings you on the top. It is best to descend from Harishchandragad via Sadhle Ghat instead of ascending it.
      Route 5: Pachnai
      Pachnai is the simplest route to Harishchandragad and absolutely recommended for anyone of any age. From the Pachnai village, it takes around 2.5-3 hours to reach Harishchandragad. A guide is available at the Pachnai village if required.
      A few villagers from Paachnai village make food and tent arrangements at the top of the fort. The meal includes bhakri, bhaaji, daal, bhat, etc. along with snacks such as kanda bhaji, pohe, tea, etc. They stay in a couple of huts near Harishchandreswar temple.

        • Like
      • 10 replies
    • Turbo charged engines; do we know other side of the coin?
      Turbo charged engines have slowly started gaining interest in India, rightly so, as they generate power and are fuel efficient. Turbo engines utilize the waste exhaust gases to generate more power, even out of a smaller engine. However, do we know other side of the coin; any potential issues or any longevity concerns of engine in real life? Please share your experiences. Is it worth shedding additional money on, in long term?
        • Like
      • 3 replies
  • Create New...