Has anybody checked/booked flat at Queenstown,Chinchwad?
Any information would be highly appreciated.
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  • Avoid Queenstown.

    Queenstown location is very bad. First you need to go through that small lane near Lokmanya Hospital & then the project is located near to the railway track. It is not secure & you will be fed up of the railway noice day in & day out. On other side there exists slums. The plan was to be of 2,3 & 3.5 BR flats but from phase 2 onwards, there would be 1BR too & the entire project stands modified. Seeing all these factors, I would keep away from this project at all costs. The name of the project should ideally have been run-down & not queenstown:D.
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  • thx for the update realacres.
    there are hardly any good options available in pimpri-chinchwad area.
    as this one comes up as negative, lets see what more is instore.
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  • Has anybody booked a flat in Queenstown chinchwad? What is the current rate....

    Your responses would really be helpful for me.
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  • Current Prices are 3400. no negotiations is what the builder said. not sure.. yes one thing, the location is not secure and is close to railway track...bad train lingering throughout the night.
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  • There is a new project by Parsvanath developers (the BSE listed one) near Sambhajinagar. Has anyone checked that? The rate was some INR 2700/sq ft.
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  • sambhaji nagar?? can you tell me the project name?
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  • Originally Posted by smexcellence
    sambhaji nagar?? can you tell me the project name?

    I don't know the project name but is at Sambhaji nagar, Telco road. My friend who stays there told me about the same.
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  • Parsvnath Pratishtha

    Hey, just called up my friend & came to know that the project name is Parsvanath Pratishtha. Here's the detailed address:-

    Parsvnath Pratishtha
    Plot no 51,52, & 54 to 59
    Sector CDC, PCNTDA,
    Behind RTO, Opp Telco Gate,
    Chikhali, Pune - 411019
    Ph.: +91-202-32334389/90

    However, I have heard lots of complaints about this builder in his Delhi-NCR projects. Hence, caution is advised. Hope this helps.
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  • one of my friend recently visited the site, builder is saying most of the scheme is sold out and there are few flats remaining even possession date is through out year (2010) that is building wise.

    apart from problems mentioned about any other advise on this site... thanks in advance
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  • Originally Posted by rahulg2009
    one of my friend recently visited the site, builder is saying most of the scheme is sold out and there are few flats remaining even possession date is through out year (2010) that is building wise.

    apart from problems mentioned about any other advise on this site... thanks in advance

    Hi rahulg2009,
    did you inquire more on Queenstown, I visited this site find most of the stuff good except railway noise. how much they are negotiating? any idea? please help me.
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  • can anybody please share negotiable rates n other pros & cons of Queenstown? Is it overrated ? what about maintenance charges with all these amenities ..monthly maintenance can go upto Rs 4000-5000?
    So is it a wise investment? or should I go for something with less amenities?
    please helpppp!! really confused
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  • I personally feel all amenities are overrated.
    gym, swimming pool, nana-nani park, temple, sand pit, etc. etc. etc. just another way for the builders to increase the total cost.
    i do exercise inside four walls of my home, there are enough public swimming pools if u look around, same with temples, etc.
    just providing an open space wud do just fine, but again its just my personal opinion.
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  • very true impmpl!
    But problem is no builder will provide only open space, either there will a building or these so called amenities.. so this may be a way to get some fresh air inside your home. I also saw some projects without amenities but in tht case either the locality is not so good or it is over crowded with all buildings around :(
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  • I had paid a visit to queenstown about 3 weeks back and the quoted price was 3100, from the sixth floor onwards price increase of Rs25/floor. What I understood is they are building all the towers together but not all the towers are being released for booking. The chap I spoke to said they will release more towers once the prices go up. The good thing is proximity to chinchwad station but there could be noise pollution. But something to be wary about is the open nalas(sewage canals) just across the road. I was told by relatives that during monsoon the dirty nala water gets to the road and the stench is not something you will want by paying 45-50 lacs. Only one tower has one/two bedroom flats. It seems that people from mumbai have invested in the project and the guy said punewalas preferred low floors while the mumbai folk preferred higher floors. Location wise I would prefer Metropolitan also at Chinchwad and the rates were in the region of 2700-2900.

    Sumil
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  • My 1 cent of information

    I have visited about 50+ projects in/around Pune and in none of these projects did I find breathing space as huge as Queenstown. When I say breathing space, I mean the distance between two buildings. Well, not all buildings have large breathing space but the ones that do have just enormous breathing space e.g.building C,D,E & I,J,K.
    Refer:
    ]http://www.mindspacerealty.com/queenstown_birdeyeview.htm

    Location wise, it cannot get better with proximity of Chinchwad raliway station (this will become a Model railway station by end of 2010 - govt. has approved the plans already)

    Well, the negatives:
    Amenities wise, it might be bit of a 'hype' there.
    Also, the narrow road at the entrance might become a bottleneck when the project is completed.

    This was my 1 cent of information. My personal verdict - go for it!

    Location wise, it cannot get better with proximity of Chinchwad raliway station (this will become a Model railway station by end of 2010 - govt. has approved the plans already)

    Well, the negatives:
    Amenities wise, it might be bit of a 'hype' there.
    Also, the narrow road at the entrance might become a bottleneck when the project is completed.

    This was my 1 cent of information. My personal verdict - go for it!
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