Has anyone booked or studied Springdale by IDEB in Wagholi?

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  • Chrrysalis by B.U. Bhandari is the best project in Wagholi. This project will have only 3 bHK rowhouses and it is of total 169 rowhouses. There is road for Lohegoan airport from this project. No need to go to nagar road highway.
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  • Originally Posted by investinpune
    Chrrysalis by B.U. Bhandari is the best project in Wagholi. This project will have only 3 bHK rowhouses and it is of total 169 rowhouses. There is road for Lohegoan airport from this project. No need to go to nagar road highway.


    He does not have regular water and will provide by tanker supply.. :)
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  • Originally Posted by investinpune
    Chrrysalis by B.U. Bhandari is the best project in Wagholi. This project will have only 3 bHK rowhouses and it is of total 169 rowhouses. There is road for Lohegoan airport from this project. No need to go to nagar road highway.


    Is that road operational now? Can you come from Viman Nagar to Wagholi via that road without touching the Nagar Road?
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  • Yes from Viman nagar you can go towards lohegoan and from lohegoan to Wagholi.

    Originally Posted by razer
    Is that road operational now? Can you come from Viman Nagar to Wagholi via that road without touching the Nagar Road?
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  • There is water problem in Viman nagar too. Water is provided by tanker to people who have bought 2 bhk flats or 3 bhk flats costing more than 40 lakhs and 45 lakhs.

    Originally Posted by akssenti
    He does not have regular water and will provide by tanker supply.. :)
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  • Why go outside city limits

    As said before, why are you keen on purchasing outside PMC that too paying prices close to PMC limits projects? Remember that there is a difference between making site visit & staying there for years.
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  • Originally Posted by realacres
    As said before, why are you keen on purchasing outside PMC that too paying prices close to PMC limits projects? Remember that there is a difference between making site visit & staying there for years.


    You've got a point, and all this while I was firmly against Wagholi as well. At least when compared to Kharadi.

    But hear these out and let me know what you think:

    1. Kharadi has mixed use land, so lots of commercial interspersed with residential. Mostly towers, apartment blocks and things of that type.

    2. Wagholi comes in the aircraft's landing path, so no high-rises permitted, hence there is a huge cluster of row house, and low-rise development on the lohegaon side of Wagholi.

    3. Wagholi has a road that avoids Nagar road, and brings you into Viman Nagar, I don't know what it counts for, but it just gets you closer to the city.

    4. Wagholi rates are lower than Kharadi, not by much, by a slice or two lower.

    5. Does Wagholi's future viability depend on Kharadi?

    6. Will wagholi get PMC love in the near future?

    Regardless, there are some good row house developments in that area, worth a lookie-lookie.
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  • Originally Posted by razer
    You've got a point, and all this while I was firmly against Wagholi as well. At least when compared to Kharadi.

    But hear these out and let me know what you think:

    1. Kharadi has mixed use land, so lots of commercial interspersed with residential. Mostly towers, apartment blocks and things of that type.

    2. Wagholi comes in the aircraft's landing path, so no high-rises permitted, hence there is a huge cluster of row house, and low-rise development on the lohegaon side of Wagholi.

    3. Wagholi has a road that avoids Nagar road, and brings you into Viman Nagar, I don't know what it counts for, but it just gets you closer to the city.

    4. Wagholi rates are lower than Kharadi, not by much, by a slice or two lower.

    5. Does Wagholi's future viability depend on Kharadi?

    6. Will wagholi get PMC love in the near future?

    Regardless, there are some good row house developments in that area, worth a lookie-lookie.


    Nice points buddy but its better if you go back to ask the basic questions. Firstly, will you get sufficent water there. BU BHandari says will provide tanker water for as long as it takes for World Bank pipeline to come in. That was an year ago. Pipeline was supposed to come in 3 months. Still same answer. Wagholi currently does not have streetlights or decent shops nearby... forget hospitals, station etc. Coming here in night will be an experience.. try driving there after sunset..

    Answers to your questions:

    1. The advantage of Kharadi having mixed land type is that shops and other facilities would be in plentiful. Not the case with Wagholi.
    2. The point of high rises is true but whats the point if you have no water and connectivity is poor. Try taking an auto to wagholi from city.. that should give u answer.
    3.The road is there but still too far off from city limits. The gram panchayat decides water etc..
    4. Wagholi rates should be much lower than Kharadi. Not even comparable. BU was negotiating with me for 40L for rowhouse and Savannah for 32L for a 3BHK when SEZ was on and they were harping on SEZ. Now decide rate yourself since SEZ is gone..
    5.Wagholi's long term future viability does not depend of Kharadi. But for next 5-6 years when it has nothing of its own huge dependence on Kharadi.
    6. Builders were showing SEZ and saying PMC will have to take over wagholi since SEZ is coming and PMC will be waiting to reap its benifits..That was year ago.. now no SEZ so what to do? So dont expect this to be happening for long time.. Also even PMC areas have had water problems with the long awaited world bank pipeline coming in Viman Nagar gets some water but Kharadi still has water scarcity.. when will it come till wagholi..

    Summary: If you want a 10 year investment Row Houses in Wagholi are good for settling down in retirement. :)
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  • Originally Posted by investinpune
    Chrrysalis by B.U. Bhandari is the best project in Wagholi. This project will have only 3 bHK rowhouses and it is of total 169 rowhouses. There is road for Lohegoan airport from this project. No need to go to nagar road highway.

    Funny so by what logic one would travel by Lohagaon road instead of Nagar road which is 6 lane and one will travel 4 km extra
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via Nagar road 10 km
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via lohagaon 14 km

    Or is it because one is are forced to take Lohagaon road as it is 1 km inside the lohagaon road?

    So that makes
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via Nagar road 11 km
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via lohagaon 13 km
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  • Originally Posted by akssenti
    He does not have regular water and will provide by tanker supply.. :)


    Correct. Water situation is really bad here. My personal experience of my stay for 5 years in Kharadi. Forget about wagholi....:)
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  • There is no 3 BHK rowhouse available in PMC limits projects which is costing similar to the cost of Rowhouses in Wagholi. In Kharadi 2 BHK flat is costing 37 lacs+ (where drinking water will provided only for 1 hour in morng and evening). 2 BHK pent house is costing around 46 lacs.
    In Viman nagar 2 bhk flat in good project is costing more than 40 lacs. So after buying such flats there will be monthly maintenance mostly for water tanker. So instead of buying 2 bhk flat costing with such prices it is better to buy 2 bhk rowhouse at similar price. The rowhouse projects in Wagholi are just 4 km from Kharadi, 6 km from viman nagar, and 7 km from kalyani nagar.


    Originally Posted by realacres
    As said before, why are you keen on purchasing outside PMC that too paying prices close to PMC limits projects? Remember that there is a difference between making site visit & staying there for years.
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  • I said from Viman nagar to Wagholi. Not Kalyani nagar. :-)

    Ofcourse it is foolish to go from Kalyani nagar to Wagholi from lohegaon.



    Originally Posted by frugality
    Funny so by what logic one would travel by Lohagaon road instead of Nagar road which is 6 lane and one will travel 4 km extra
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via Nagar road 10 km
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via lohagaon 14 km

    Or is it because one is are forced to take Lohagaon road as it is 1 km inside the lohagaon road?

    So that makes
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via Nagar road 11 km
    Kalyani Nagar to Wagholi via lohagaon 13 km
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  • Are there any good 3 bhk rowhouse project within PMC limit?

    Originally Posted by realacres
    As said before, why are you keen on purchasing outside PMC that too paying prices close to PMC limits projects? Remember that there is a difference between making site visit & staying there for years.
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  • Originally Posted by investinpune
    Are there any good 3 bhk rowhouse project within PMC limit?

    I am not looking at row houses per se & hence can't comment. Those which I know are on west Pune & in PCMC. Never checked Wagholi/Kharadi extensively to be frank. Will west Pune do?
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  • Analysis, paralysis...

    Some research, and a few visits later:

    Springdale and Wagholi are actually a classic example of all hype and no substance:

    1. Both came on the scene at the fag end of the last RE bull run.
    2. Springdale ended up offering a car and other freebies when the whole run collapsed. But got no response, and struggled to get any traction.
    3. It's been almost two years since, and not a stone probably has moved. They haven't even dug a hole there.
    4. It is now offered at well over 30% off the peak rate in Wagholi. But ready to move in row houses are offered at the same rates next door. BU Bhandari anyone?

    Wagholi and Springdale should be actually declared as a disaster zone case study, a poster child for the 2008 debacle. Because practically everything hinged on nothing. No road, no water, no sez, no nothing, yet off plan row houses were being booked for well over 65L. Amazing, really.

    The best actors in India are not in Bollywood, but are the sales reps in these failed projects. It's amazing how they talk today, despite you being the person with the money, and they with just a few lines on a scratch paper.

    With everything else it's a buyer's market. You want to buy a car, a , clothes, anything. But with RE, it never is a buyer's market, even if the money you intend spending is exponentially higher than the other items.

    It beats me!
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