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Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka


Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

Last updated: March 14 2021
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  • #11


    Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

    Originally posted by arin_12 View Post
    Why I told you is that Every where all the broker does the same thing. If some good development is happen or going to happen in another 10 yrs they wannna show you the day dream. And every now and then they wanna a price hike. As per my knowledge Bangalore prices are falling still will continue.
    Recently I visited those area Still I could not find that those places are livable.
    living_it_up -- This person was from city square. as his profile said. But recently he changed/ommited.
    Just beware of this Agent.
    Thanks, Arin. Appreciate your open feedback. Which area do you recommend investing around Bangalore? I will also appreciate if you could back up your recommendation with some data -- growth prospects, schools, IT, accessibility to other parts of town, pollution etc. I hear the rates are falling, but nobody seems to want to sell for anything less than they paid. I can definitely see the market being stagnant, but I hear Bangalore North is still appreciating at a slow, but studier pace.

    Which part of Bangalore are you from? I am looking to invest for now, but potentially build a house in the next 3 to 4 years. A plot about 4000 to 5000 sq ft would be ideal.


    • #12


      Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka


      Not sure how, but my response to your post seems to have been chewed by the forum. Anyhow, please post the links you have on additional growth in North Bangalore. Any links, pictures or any information you have on this layout including the surroundings will be appreciated.

      I personally think that investment along side NH-7 has bigger growth potential than on Doddaballapur road. What do you think? How do you compare Doddaballapur Road with NH-7 from an investment perspective?

      Appreciate your time.


      • #13


        Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

        hi Mr.Naidu,

        I believe people around this forum have taken you round and round anyways.

        About Ramanashree california resorts:
        1.Residential converted
        2.Village panchayat approved.

        About DUO Marvel.
        1.Residential converted
        2.BDA Approved and Khatha provided by BDA as like it is a BDA site.

        In Ramanashree California resorts the property is appreciated to the extent and reached some saturation point the reason being the plots on offering in resale market and plots developed by the group are 50x80, 100x100 and more once the price increases on per sft basis the pay out is more and as quoted this is a village panchayat approved property. You can just have a quick review of whether this property is falling under BBMP (Bruhat Bangalore mahanagar palike limits) if its falling then you can basically pay the taxes and get it regularised as like a corporation property.

        BBMP is still under confusion as the Government is not formed, so probably in the month of june you can really enquire and process to buy.

        i hope i have clarified.



        • #14


          Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

          Thanks, Kiran. Appreciate the info. I am still contemplating between NH-7 and Doddaballapur Road to invest. I will enquire more on BMP limits etc, but if you gather more info on Ramanashree, please post it. I am waiting for the new government too, myself.


          • #15


            Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

            Just to Clarify, the Ramanashree California Gardens layout falls under BBMP limits.


            • #16


              Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

              Hi PT Naidu,

              HAve you seen the areas on Sarjapur Road etc. Do you want to have an apartment/house thats is bang on a main road with heavy traffic ? So that when ever you open a window or a door the first thing that enters in Noise and Polluted Air and Honking of heavy trucks and buses ?

              That will be the case if you build a house on NH 7. Thats my personal view. If you want to buy a property on NH 7 then let it be for investment and not for your personal residential living.
              To that extent I think the Yelahanka Doddaballapur Road will be a much better place to live.
              Also this is where all the Residential Development is happening in this area.

              Here are just some of the links i had checked out before deciding to invest on this road ( As you can see there are a number of projects planned on this road even by good builders like Sobha. You can try calling up these individual builders and asking for their view on the idea of investing in this road ) -



              • #17


                Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka


                Yep, I agree with you on your assessment on Doddaballapur Road. I liked this road myself the last time I visited India. It is definitely a great place to call a home someday, or even today. I also agree that NH-7 would be a good investment option if I only had more money :-)

                The one and only thing that is concerning me is the daily commute to any IT company from North Bangalore. There are virtually no major IT companies in North Bangalore. The traffic scares me if I were to get a job somewhere on Sarjapur Road, Whitefield, Electronics city, Bannerghatta Road, or Koramangala outer/inner ring road and the surroundings. Nope, I can't live in an apartment eventhough I like the amenities and the real sense of community there. The real question on my mind right now is, whether to buy a plot in the south or sarjapur road or bannerghatta road or move forward with anywhere on Doddaballapur road. I personally like living on Doddaballapur road or better yet, Ramanashree, but the commute and the IT growth on north Bangalore is holding me back. A lot of my friends like this place too.

                I am quite a ways to retirement, so that's not an option yet :-)



                • #18


                  Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

                  Hi PT Naidu,

                  Totally empathize with you ... bcos i currently live in Bangalore North and have to commute to Sarjapur Road everyday to my office. Thats where most of the IT offices are as you said.
                  And you know the fact - the traffic is scary !

                  But the only hope is that since now there is a steady govt in place, hopefully things shud begin to move in the right direction. There was talk of making the Outer Ring Road signal free .. thats quite an ambitious thought and hopefully if it is implemented it would be the best thing to happen to all those living in Bangalore North.

                  But if you want to live near the IT hub of Bangalore, i am not really sure if you will be able to get a site / plot in those areas. These are mainly dominated by apartments. And now of course Villas. But I think Whitefield area has some Gated Community projects coming up so if you want to own a site and build your own house then you might want to look at this area.

                  I am not sure of how much money you are willing to invest - but the Jakkur Plantations area, just next to the Yelahanka-NH 7 cross and Adjacent to the Vidyashilp school, this area has some real neat villa/row houses projects ( mainly by Sobha and Renaissance (Exotica) ).
                  Also Mantri is going to come up with a huge project here. So this is on NH 7 and just next to the Yelahanka cross. Try to find more details about these projects. But the only thing i feel is that these projects will be priced very expensive already.
                  So if you are looking for significant appreciation then that might not happen though it would be a wonderful place to reside.

                  There are a couple of families living in Ramanashree already and i hear one of them is an IT professional who has retuned from the US. I do not have the contact but if you can somehow find out this person's contact no. then mebbe you can talk to him personally and ask him all your Qs.
                  It makes sense before you invest so much money.

                  And just FYI, the Ramanashree ppl had an additional 1,50,000 sq ft of land adjacent to the current layout. This additional land is also up for sale.

                  And of course, if only all of us had a li'l bit more money !!
                  Then i am sure none of us wud have any use of this forum right ... ;-))


                  • #19


                    Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

                    Thanks, living_it_up. Appreciate your timely response.

                    How long does it take for you to commute to Sarjapur road? How long during peak hours and non-peak hours? I am sure Bike will take shorter time, do you know how long would it take on a car and a bike?

                    Is there anything happening about Metro rail? Is it supposed to connect Whitefiled, Sarjapur road, Electronics city, Bannerghatta Road etc?

                    I am not sure how many bridges do they have to build to make outer ring road signal free, but it would be nice if it ever happens.

                    I am glad to hear we will have a stable government in Karnataka, and hopefully things will move fast in the right direction. I still dream of Bangalore getting it's charm back, and the citizens as friendly as they were in 80's or early 90's.


                    • #20


                      Re : Plot in Ramanashree California Gardens Yelahanka

                      PT Naidu,

                      check these links out -


                      This Puttenahalli lake is just adjacent to the Ramanashree California Gardens Layout ( I am not sure if you have checked out the surrounding areas around this layout )

                      Seems like they are going to make this lake into a tourist area through a Bird conservation project ...( with watch towers, trekking paths etc ).

                      This is just FYI ...
                      Though I think, having a house in such serene surroundings in bangalore will be great ... i mean given that the city is choked with traffic and pollution ... coming back home to a place which has a bird sanctuary next to it seems like quite an idyllic idea ... ;-) ...


                      Have any questions or thoughts about this?