1CR-1.5CR Rs1.05 CR-1.40CR - Gated Builder Floors
Almeria, a sterling capital of luxurious living in New Gurugram, is set amidst 7.5 acres of a beautifully landscaped expanse. At SS Almeria, experience the grandeur of inspired accommodation nestled in the gentle embrace of nature. Sense the delight of owning a sprawling home that stretches across the entire floor. Discover a range of world class amenities in the secured gated vicinity located in the heart of New Gurugram.
Almeria brings to you the finest facilities in the comfort of a seamlessly connected environment. A beautiful home is incomplete without the luxury of facilities and services that meet your most basic needs, with promptness and efficiency.
Almeria brings to you an absolute world of comfort and luxury with its impeccable bouquet of services and facilities, designed to keep you feeling alleviated once you are home. Round-the-clock facilities include 24×7 power back-up and water availability, so that life as you know it is never interrupted by mundane inconveniences.
The security detail at Almeria has been designed to keep you feeling safe at all hours of the day. The security features are inclusive of 24 hour security by qualified security personnel, round the clock CCTV surveillance, boom barriers and an intercom system connecting the guardroom with every home, keeping your world secure. The presence of state-of-the-art retail and commercial centers in the vicinity make Almeria a hub of leisure and luxury.
- Located in Sector 84, New Gurugram
- State-of-the-art retail and commercial centers in the vicinity
- The clubhouse offers a delightful ambience for you to engage with your neighbors and dear ones thanks to its fine facilities and impeccable services
- Two floor houses, with one apartment on each floor. 2000 sq. ft. expansive luxury homes inspired by elements of Spanish design, featuring premium specifications and a distinctly designed façade
- Landscaped central park featuring water jets, wooden trellises, stone and wood seating and a large party lawn
- Italian flooring in the living and dining areas
- Italian flooring in the master bedroom
- Laminated wooden flooring in other bedrooms
- Tiles/Stone in front and rear balconies
- Teak wood frames with European style molded shutters
- Veneer teak wood main door
- Aluminum window glazing
- Split air conditioning in all bedrooms and living rooms
- Cluster living with large landscaped parks, lush green, open spaces with a variety of flora & fauna
- Nestled amidst natural surroundings
- Modern clubhouse with all amenities
- State-of-the-art commercial centres in close vicinity
- 24X7 power and water backup
- Modular Kitchen
- Italian flooring
- Superior quality tiles up to 2 feet above the countertop; beyond which is acrylic emulsion paint
- Granite counter with stainless steel sink
- Superior quality single lever CP fittings (Kohler/Roca or equivalent)
- Superior quality chinaware (Kohler/Roca or equivalent)
- Italian flooring in master toilet and tiles in others
GROUND FLOOR -2000SQFT +950SQFT (LAWN AREA) 1.40 CR
FIRST FLOOR- 2000SQFT 1.05 CR
SECOND FLOOR 2000SQFT With Terrace Rights 1.10CR
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When buying a new home, what upgrades should we go for? What holds the most value? Do we upgrade the lot? Pick more square footage in the house? Add an extra bedroom?, etc.
I have to make a choice between an updated home in an older neighborhood or a newer home in a more modern neighborhood. The home in the older neighborhood has almost everything I want and is much larger, but which makes the most sense as an investment?
If your goal is to buy a home for it’s resale value and the one you are thinking of buying in the older neighborhood is at the upper end of values for that neighborhood, then it may not be the wisest choice. If it is similar or lower in price to the others, then there should be no problem, because pricing should be considered in relation to the local neighborhood and not compared to homes in other neighborhoods (for the most part)
Plus, is it a neighborhood on the decline, or are others going to be fixing things up, too, so that it is a neighborhood that is improving? It could turn out to be a very good deal as long as you don’t “overpay” because of the recent improvements.
Remember that you also buy a home for it’s value to you as a “home,” and that is something else you should consider. Which neighborhood would you AND your family feel most comfortable in?
I have a family friend who is a Realtor. I like her and she is a help but she gives me one price to sell my home for and I think it is too low. So I called another agent who suggested a price more in line with my expectations. Who do I choose?
You might want to consult a couple more Realtors on the market value of your home. Most of the estimates should be in the same ballpark.
It could be that your friend is being more honest with you about the value of your home and the other Realtor gave you a higher number because he already knew you expected it. This is called “Buying a Listing” and is the subject of an article on our web site.
Or it could simply be that your friend is a good friend, but not that great of a real estate agent.
Mixing business and friendships is always risky to the friendship. On the other hand, if your friend is truly competent and was providing wise advice, she may be offended if you ignore the advice and choose another agent.
Why should I use a real estate salesperson?
A real estate salesperson is more than just a “sales person.” They act on your behalf as your agent, providing you with advice and guidance and doing a job – helping you buy or sell a home. While it is true they get paid for what they do, so do other professions that provide advice, guidance, and have a service to sell –such as Certified Public Accountants and Attorneys
The Internet has opened up a world of information that wasn’t previously available to homebuyers and seller. The data on listings available for sale is almost current – but not quite. There are times when you need the most current information about what has sold or is for sale, and the only way to get that is with an agent.
If you’re selling a home, you gain access to the most buyers by being listed in the Multiple Listing Service. Only a licensed real estate agent who is a member of your local MLS can get you listed there – which then gets you automatically listed on some of the major real estate web sites. If you’re buying or selling a home, the MLS is your agent’s best tool.
However, the role of an agent has changed in the last couple of years. In the past, agents were the only way home buyers and sellers could access information. Now agents are evolving. Because today’s home buyers and sellers are so much better informed than in the past, expertise and ability are becoming more important.
The real estate agent is becoming more of a “guide” than a “salesperson” — your personal representative in buying or selling a home.
What is the difference between a real estate agent and a real estate broker?
Most states require real estate sales professionals to be licensed by the state, so that they can control education and experience requirements and have a central authority to resolve consumer problems.
The terminology used to identify real estate professionals varies a little from state to state. Brokers are generally required to have more education and experience than real estate salespersons or agents.
The person you normally deal with is a real estate agent or salesperson. The salesperson is licensed by the state, but must work for a broker. All listings are placed in the broker’s name, not the salesperson’s.
A broker can deal directly with home buyers and sellers, or can have a staff of salespersons or agents working for him or her.
- Badminton Court
- Basket Ball Court
- CCTV Surveillance
- Children Play Area
- Club House
- Creche & Day Care
- Daily Need Shop
- Fire Fighting System
- Kids Pool
- Lawn Tennis
- Modular Kitchen
- Multipurpose community Hall
- PARK & LANDSCAPE
- Power Backup
- Ready to move in
- Swimming Pool
- Table Tennis
- yoga center