Hi,

I am looking for resale 2BHK flat in DSK Vishwa on Sinhagad road, can anybody guide me, is it worth to purchase there and live. What are the advantages and limitation there, since, area is up on the hill and i am doubtful about transportation and other day to day requirments.
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  • Can you post details of the available offers?
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  • available offer is 20L for 710SqFt 2BHK through agent and construction is 8 yrs old. is it worth to pay 20L .
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  • Hello

    In Jan-Feb a good friend had brought an offer from DSK Vishwa for a 3BHK flat for 26L +Stamp duty+Reg
    The lady who wanted to sell was not an Indian national and was keen on moving to her country of origin soon.But somehow someone else came to know of that the other guy infested her mind on not selling that and the deal stood dissolved.

    I had visited that flat during that time and earlier too during my visit to other dhayari schemes.

    My take was --not worth it!!!
    One thing i heard was of a severe water shortage.And the other was the congested road from dhayari phata to the turn of vishwa. hardly can you walk ther in evenings..imagine taking a car there
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  • Originally Posted by abicash1
    Hello


    My take was --not worth it!!!
    One thing i heard was of a severe water shortage.And the other was the congested road from dhayari phata to the turn of vishwa. hardly can you walk ther in evenings..imagine taking a car there


    Regarding the road, it's definitely not as narrow as you are saying. It's not a four lane road, but fairly wide road. Two 407's can easily pass by. As compared to road from Santosh Hall to Sun City is's definitely far better. Taking car on that road is not a problem, expcept the inevitable traffic at Dhayari Fata. After that there is no problem.
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  • Hi

    I am not saying that its narrow.It's crowded.Effectively = congested

    Evening time after 5pm theres so much chaos on the road,one could lose mind over that.Veg vendors will take up half the road during that time.
    6-Seaters along with other vehicles clog it to no extent. PMT bus-stop is near the turn to Vishwa.
    I am seeing that area since last 8-10 years and have some suppliers for my business and due to PARI ,it has grown immensely (that growth is chaotic)

    I had liked the Serenity project close to Vishwa but this road block was the major deterrent for me.

    The problem is that there is no alternate road to Vishwa.Dhayari phata itself is very crowded.So is the patch from flyover to the phata.Maybe the alternate DP road behind PARI may unclog this.But i see no chances of that coming up soon.
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  • Originally Posted by abicash1
    Hi

    I am not saying that its narrow.It's crowded.Effectively = congested

    Evening time after 5pm theres so much chaos on the road,one could lose mind over that.Veg vendors will take up half the road during that time.
    6-Seaters along with other vehicles clog it to no extent. PMT bus-stop is near the turn to Vishwa.
    I am seeing that area since last 8-10 years and have some suppliers for my business and due to PARI ,it has grown immensely (that growth is chaotic)

    I had liked the Serenity project close to Vishwa but this road block was the major deterrent for me.

    The problem is that there is no alternate road to Vishwa.Dhayari phata itself is very crowded.So is the patch from flyover to the phata.Maybe the alternate DP road behind PARI may unclog this.But i see no chances of that coming up soon.


    Oh. Got your point. I agree with it. Road from behind PARI, not sure when it will be complete. I do not see any signs there. But it' really required. Having no alternative roads to main road is major problem in most parts of Pune. e.g Sinhagad Road, Dhayari Phata-DSK, Santosh Hall - Sun City, Nagar Road after Viman Nagar, Satara Road after Padmavati etc
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  • Pros & cons of DSKV

    DSKV advs:-

      Has CBSE school within the premises,
      Has PMPML service from DSKV to Swargate,
      Project is located at an altitude & some views from there are good,
      Pollution is comparatively less than say Dhayari phata,
      Lot of people are already staying, isn't that secluded inside,
      Multiple options are available, right from 1BR to Bungalow plots are on offer,
      Builder is not scorpio chap (though the party he represents:- BSP is worse than scorpio:o).
      DSKVs disadv:-

        Approach road:- Too conjusted at Dhayari phata,
        During rainy season, the approach road from Dhayari gaon towards DSKV is waterlogged,
        Water probs, being on hills means boring won't help in long term as well,
        Autorick don't ply here, nor is there auto rick stand nearby, need to come to Dhayari phata,
        Most of the people are old age/pensioners & dominated by people who earlier used to stay in peth areas. So, if you are looking at cosmo/semi-cosmo crowd, this is not for you,
        Area is full of scorpio chaps:o, you will find several scorpio MUVs in this area with with white khadi clad scorpio chaps,
        Late night is risky, lot of drunkards, gamblers seen,
        You can't walk freely outside the compound due to pathetic crowd, mostly gutkha + scorpio chaps,
        No major shops until you come to dhayari phata.
        Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.Personally, I feel that if you are looking at Sinhagad road, don't look further of Anandnagar tel exchange/indian hume pipe.
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  • Originally Posted by realacres
    Builder is not scorpio chap (though the party he represents:- BSP is worse than scorpio:o)

    :DCan't stop laughing on this one
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  • I had heard from horses mouth:bab (5): about the BSP venture of DSK

    He had got lots of land in UP --blessings from Mayavati :bab (45): for some construction due to which DSK was forced to contest elections with BSP seat from Pune.It is said that armed men from BSP had thronged DSK office and with this clout it was natural for DSK to vouch for BSP.

    Otherwise he is a good guy
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  • Currently 1BHK new flats are available at Vishwa at 19L all inclusive. So you can think about giving 20L for 8 year old 2BHK flat.
    DSK-Vishwa was initially considered as a weekend home by many buyers...mostly from Mumbai due to some beautiful views from this site.

    Now it has all the facilities like shops, transport etc. I am not sure about the water-supply though.
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  • Originally Posted by abicash1
    I had heard from horses mouth:bab (5): about the BSP venture of DSK

    He had got lots of land in UP --blessings from Mayavati :bab (45): for some construction due to which DSK was forced to contest elections with BSP seat from Pune.It is said that armed men from BSP had thronged DSK office and with this clout it was natural for DSK to vouch for BSP.

    Otherwise he is a good guy

    Yep, over 100 acres land. He also financed atleast 4 BSP candidates as well:bab (34):.
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  • Originally Posted by realacres
    Yep, over 100 acres land. He also financed atleast 4 BSP candidates as well:bab (34):.

    Any idea, what are the current resale psf rates in DSK vishwa for old buildings?
    Thanks
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  • Current rates at DSK Vishwa

    Hello,

    Just enquired about latest site at DSK Vishwa. The rate is Rs. 4300/- psf. (may be negotiable). The name of the site is Megh Malhar. I had enquired for 1 bhk & it ranges between 33L to 36L all inclusive.

    Is it worth? has the water issue been solved?
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  • Buying resale 2bhk in DSK Vishwa

    Originally Posted by AjitAjit
    Any idea, what are the current resale psf rates in DSK vishwa for old buildings?
    Thanks



    Hi All,

    I am serously considering option of buying 2bhk (resale) in DSK Vishwa, Dhayari. There are 2-3 two bhk available having area of 730 sq.ft (with 20% loading). The flat are 7-8 yrs old. The owners are asking between ragne of 33-34 lacs. I am very much tempted becuase it suits my budget perfectly.
    My budget is 40 lacs & I was searching for 1bhk on Sinhgad Road. When I got to know that I can get 2bhk at DSK Vishwa in 34 lacs I found it very lucrative. I am looking forward to it seriously.
    Need view from you all. Wish to have second opinion.
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  • Originally Posted by bhushan911
    Hi All,

    I am serously considering option of buying 2bhk (resale) in DSK Vishwa, Dhayari. There are 2-3 two bhk available having area of 730 sq.ft (with 20% loading). The flat are 7-8 yrs old. The owners are asking between ragne of 33-34 lacs. I am very much tempted becuase it suits my budget perfectly.
    My budget is 40 lacs & I was searching for 1bhk on Sinhgad Road. When I got to know that I can get 2bhk at DSK Vishwa in 34 lacs I found it very lucrative. I am looking forward to it seriously.
    Need view from you all. Wish to have second opinion.

    If you and your family are okay with traveling the additional distance from Dhayari phata to Vishwa everyday then go for it. The issues arise if you need to take an auto to station/city at odd hours or relatives visit you using public transport.
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