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Hebron Properties Launches Ultra Luxury Project in Bangalore

BANGALORE, February 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Brings the Great Australian Living to the IT hub

Picture this:  A bungalow where the living room opens into a long verandah and a lawn. The rooms on the first floor open into long open corridors, thus bringing in nature into what could otherwise be an expanse of concrete. To top it is a private sun-deck and a sky-lit master bedroom on the second floor making the bungalow bask in natural sunlight. Welcome to the Great Australian living!

Bangalore-based premium real estate developer Hebron Properties has launched its ultra-luxury residential project, Hebron Enclave, near T.C. Palya in K.R. Puram in Bangalore. The project brings to the city the 'great Australian living' concept, which seamlessly fuses the indoors with the outdoors.

Hebron Enclave offers 71 'Australian Bungalows' - 65 luxury and 6 super-luxury bungalows spread over 11.5 acres. The company has a total land of 16 acres at the site, and the rest would be developed in the second phase.

Launching the project, Mr. Preenand Premachandran, CEO, Hebron Properties, said, "Hebron Enclave brings to Bangalore Australian living with Indian aesthetics. The IGBC Platinum pre-certified project, the first of its kind in Bangalore, offers a lot of open spaces to residents."

According to him, the super luxury segment is seeing a good traction in Bangalore. "Data available from industry analysts point out there is a good momentum even in the price band of Rs. 8,500 per sq. ft. and above in Bangalore," said Mr. Preenand.

"Erstwhile Bangalore was all about sprawling bungalows in the lap of lush greenery. We are just returning the old world charm back to Bangalore, just that we have set it in modern settings", adds Mr. Preenand.

'Australian Living':

The vibrant spirit of Australia now breathes life in Bangalore. What sets Australian living standards apart is the Australians' love for the great outdoors, and the way they make the outdoors a part of their indoors. Australian houses are renowned for their large backyards and open spaces.

Bringing the concept in true Australian style are the architects of this project - FSH Design, and the award-winning Aussie architect Maxwell Barcham. At the Hebron Enclave, true to the Australian style, all bungalows will only have picket fences instead of compound walls. 

About Hebron Enclave:

The Hebron Enclave will have homes in two categories - Business class and Aristocratic bungalows. While the Business class homes will come up on a 3,300-sq-ft plot with over 5,100 sq. ft. of built-up area, the larger Aristocratic bungalows will offer over 7,000 sq. ft. of built-up space on a 6,300-sq-ft plot.

Some of the amenities that each home comes with are gearless elevators, jacuzzi, a sun deck, a separate study/office area in the second floor of the bungalow, a kitchenette space in the master bedroom, etc. Besides, tiled stone walls, plush high end Italian kitchens, parquet flooring in bedrooms and heavy duty Kohler bath fittings are some of the USPs.

An important feature of the enclave will be a water creek in the campus with a jogging track around it. Other amenities include a club-house with multi gym, swimming pool and kiddy pool, basketball court, indoor badminton court, central laundry, a mini mart, children's park and play area.

For more details log on to http://www.hebronproperties.com/, or call 08-88-0110110

About Hebron Properties:

Hebron Properties is the real estate arm of Koshys Group, which has a major presence in the education and healthcare spaces. Hebron Enclave is the first offering from Hebron Properties, which also has a few more residential n commercial projects on the anvil.

Primary Media Contact: Mythili G. Nirvan, [email protected], 91-80-25261274

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