This Gudi Padwa, Book Your Dream Home At Nagpur's Mahalaxmi City!

The row houses at the Mahalaxmi City are under construction and will mostly be ready by Diwali, 2017.

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Are you tired of house hunting? Do you contact brokers more than your wife? Are you done with doing rounds to the real estate agent? Then, don't worry! Because Mahalaxmi City is to your rescue. 

On the auspicious day of Gudi Padwa, Mahalaxmi City is coming up with some lucrative deals which will help you buy your new home. Home is where the heart is and it is very important that the heart should be at the right place.

Located just 9 kilometres away from the iconic Zero Mile and less than 10 minutes from the City Centre, Mahalaxmi City provides quality row houses at comparatively lower prices. 

To mark the occasion of the Hindu New Year, if you book a row house at the Mahalaxmi City, then your VAT, Service Tax and Stamp Duty will be waived off.

The construction of the row houses is going in full swing,and it is expected that one will get the possession by Diwali,  2017. 

About the Township:

The township is in low pollution zone and hence one can expect lush greenery and beautiful landscapes. It also has a well-equipped club house, swimming pool and an in-house maintenance staff along with a digital issue-resolving mechanism. 

Hence, if you're looking for a home at a great location, amazing facilities at rates which you'll not get anywhere else, then there's no other place like Mahalaxmi City. 
Excited much?! 

Don't believe us? then you can take a tour of the site and know for yourself. For detailed information,  you can also contact on +918657720784.

Hurry up, grab this amazing offer and book your dream home, right now!

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Mandar Pandhare (WRITER)

Mandar Pandhare is a commerce graduate turned journalist. When he is not writing stories or editing articles, he is either busy traveling, cracking lame jokes or drooling over Nagpuri street food.