Do you dream of living luxuriously in Hyderabad? It doesn’t have to be just a dream anymore as there are reasonably priced villas for sale in Hyderabad. You merely have to choose a villa from a well-known property builder and developer and ensure its RERA registration to avoid problems down the line. To save you from the guesswork, consider Golden County, one of the best villa projects by a top construction and development company.
Where is this project?
Golden County is at Rampally near Ghatkesar and the Infosys Campus. It is a short drive to Raheja MindSpace IT Park and the Singapore Township, making it the perfect place to live if you have some business in those areas. The villas for sale in Hyderabad spread over a 30-acre land with a swimming pool, play area, fully equipped clubhouse, gymnasium, and other facilities to support your lifestyle and needs.
Living in Golden County makes it easier to access other key developments, such as the industrial estates of Cherlapally, Uppal, Malkajgiri, Nacharam, Mallapur, and Kushaiguda. Srinidhi Engineering College is also nearby, along with the petroleum giants like HPCL, GAIL, BP, and IOC.
Features you’ll love
The project is HMDA-approved with a clear title to ensure every home buyer’s confidence. Each home is Vaastu compliant, too. The community is well developed, with CC roads and underground cabling, round-the-clock security with CCTV monitoring, and provisions for a cafeteria, supermarket, and laundry facilities.
Golden County is projected to have more than 413 villas with state-of-the-art amenities. Phase 1 currently has 137 residential villas for sale in Hyderabad. Living here ensures comfort and a greener lifestyle, as the community has an avenue plantation, water harvesting pits, and a water treatment plant.
A great investment
Don’t let this opportunity to invest in a luxury villa in Golden County go. The villas for sale in Hyderabad are guaranteed reasonably priced as the construction is directly performed by the construction and property development firm and on their own land. This way, the construction costs are reduced.