The picturesque lake, the serene surroundings, great connectivity, lots of options when it comes to eateries and ample entertainment options- You name it and Nallagandla has it!
Beneath all this glitter and gold, there is something else that makes Nallagandla the ideal location for a new-age living- sustainable living options.
Apart from being a hub for luxurious dream homes, the projects by Aparna Constructions in Nallagandla are made responsibly and in an eco-friendly way!
How? Read on:
Configurations-2, 3 & 4 BHK; Sq Ft-1275 – 2780
Location – Kanchi Gachibowli Road, Near Citizens Hospital, Nallagandla, Serilingampally, Hyderabad, Telangana 500046
Located in close proximity to the IT hub/ financial district at Gachibowli, Aparna Sarovar Zenith is a gated community of luxurious apartments at Nallagandla. Inspired by Nallagandla Lake, the project’s open pathways, stepped gardens and other elements are designed with a wave theme. Anyone who steps inside the community will experience pure bliss. Continuing our adherence to international eco-friendly standards, the project has a Pre-Certified Gold Rating by IGBC.
Configurations-3 & 4 BHK; Sq Ft-1920 – 3875;
Location-Aparna Sarovar Grande Rd, Nallagandla, Serilingampally, Hyderabad, Telangana 500019
Located in the quiet and calm part of the city- Nallagandla, Aparna Sarovar Grandé is the epitome of eco-living, inspiring what the future holds for lifestyles of luxury. Experience the serene and lush environs of the greenest address in town. Let its green living spaces personify the nature lover in you!
With the added benefit of being certified “green” by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), Aparna Sarovar Grandé adds another feather to its cap by ensuring that a luxurious lifestyle can exist side-by-side with an environmentally-friendly one. Now that’s an unbeatable proposition, by far.
Aparna Sarovar Grandé becomes the 1st project in Hyderabad and in the state of Telangana to be Platinum.
This is an initiative taken by Aparna Constructions wherein, the wastewater that comes out after being used for day-to-day activities by the residents of these projects is treated and sent back to the Nallagandla lake!