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- i have few of my flat crazy cousins living there.. my observations are or
1. high tension wire near the room , below the park , next to living etc. one just needs a safety pin and few meters of copper wire to tap the electricity free of cost into their homes..
2. property is built on gomala land (meant for grazing cattle) of the nearby village. (for people disputing it , ever heard a urban authority putting so many homes near to high tension wires? )
3. parking space is crammed! yes, not enough for a car of indian standards..
4. if one needs an auto, need to walk atleast 200-500 meters.
5. terrain is not flat and looks like built on a small hill..
positive side :
aaahh... i am trying to make one.. but sorry I couldnt.. maybe the owners of apartments can write about upcoming projects, estemmed neighbours, hi-tech security etc..CommentQuote0Flag
- Thanks duffy
Yes, I am aware of many of the issues there. Here are a few from what I got from some of my friends:
a) High tension wire: This causes tiredness, headaches etc.
b) Terrain is not even.
c) Currently water is only thru borewell and tankers. Future plans is to get Cauvery.
d) Khata number was not correct.
e) Some apartments tiles are popping out. Mantri is replacing them
f) Some apartments toilet seats are breaking. Mantri is replacing them, heard that there is a waiting list for that. :)
g) Mantri had promised lot of things, which are still not done.
But there are some good things which I liked:
a) The cenrtal landscape/garden. Though it is directly below the High Tension wire, but it is very nicely done.
b) Complex is huge, so lot of playing and walking/jogging area.
c) Lot of open space.
Overall, if I am getting a good resale rate, I can ignore some of the above problems.CommentQuote0Flag
- Everytime we walk below a high tension wire, brain gets so much of elector magnetic radiation. Many power line researchers have pointed out that there is generally no serious cause for concern for homes located at least 300 feet away (roughly the length of a football field) from the nearest power line as EMF levels decrease rapidly and exponentially with distance from the lines. But in case of Mantri, its almost 30 ft away from homes which increases the risk 10 times.
Even after paying 75 lakh where else in this world we can see people living in properties which are next to high tension wire which provides hard water, have popping tiles on floor, broken toilets, a waiting list for fixing plumbing problems etc..
suggested reading : Power Lines, Static Electricity and DiseasesCommentQuote0Flag
- Thanks again. After reading the webpage, you provided, it seems I have to look for a better project with no-headaches.CommentQuote0Flag
- Hi all,
Please note that we already have a thread running on Mantri Tranquil here https://www.indianrealestateforum.com/forum/city-forums/bangalore-real-estate/79719-mantri-tranquil-mantri-developers-kanakpura-road-bangalore?t=80690
We prefer not to have parallel threads running on the same topic as this dilutes the information shared. Request you all to repost your comments on the above posted link.