U31 ultra-luxury houses planned for Hyderabad
A Business Correspondent
Radha Realty, a renowned developer in South India, sets a
benchmark in ultra-luxury living with their new Hyderabad project U31. These
walled family homes project is a fusion of the best of traditional and modern
living. Andrew Maynard, an Australian architect, is master planner and Dilip
Chabbria, known for custom-designed luxury vehicles, has for the first time ever
custom-designed a complete home.
N Ravindranath Reddy, Managing Director, Radha Realty Corporation, said, "It was
our vision to create something extraordinary to meet the needs of the discerning
customer that U31 was conceived for. Every component of the project will be
executed to ensure that U31 is an ultimate statement of exclusivity."
The townhouses, including 19 courtyard houses and 12 pavilion houses, will be
built on a massive 9-acre green podium. Each of these 4-storey homes will have
an area of 1,250 sq. yards built-up area of 11,800 sq. ft, 5 bedrooms, private
swimming pool, exotic interiors, entertainment room, private elevators, 5 car
parking spaces, living quarters for up to 8 domestic helpers and a bulk storage
The architecture is a perfect fusion of historical and contemporary design,
keeping in mind the city's rich cultural heritage without compromising on the
The master plan has derived its inspiration from pedestrian-friendly cities like
Rome and Edinburgh. "The houses are based on 7th century vaastu homes with a
central courtyard," said Amit Bagaria, Chairman, Asipac Group.
[November 03-09, 2008]