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Row Villas are a New Fashion in Bangalore Realty?

Villas continue to be a dream home for many, but they remain pricey at good locations. People choose to buy high end apartments instead, but Bangaloreans are queuing up to buy Row Villas which are located at premium locations and costs the same or lesser than high end apartments. 
For example, CMRS Couryard (, located at Varthur main market near Forum Value Mall is a big hit among buyers. 

Row houses Properties come in the category of urban homes, which are located in the same area and are coherent with each other in architecture, design, and appearance. Row villas are premium segment of row houses. The row houses segment, though less in the overall market size, saw the highest increase in sales velocity in Bangalore with a rise of 23 per cent and only 9.4 months inventory. A clear indication of the growing demand for this type of property.

Advantages of Row Villas:
  1. Costs less than villas with private gardens providing the higher luxury for premium living option.
  2. Does not waste space with setback area on individual property, thus utilizing the efficient space and providing maximum value for money.
  3. Some builder like CMRS properties, build Row Villas with a courtyard, which provide good ventilation thus compensating for having common walls.
  4. More Row villas can be packed into small parcel of land, thus reducing the cost of maintenance.
  5. The most important thing about the Row Villas are that they provide the facilities of a villa (independent house) along with the benefits of a close knit community found in apartments.
The row houses properties generally prove a little costlier than the apartments but that extra cost is very much justified as they provide separate environment. According to a study the row houses cost 20-50% more than the apartments. If we talk about privacy and individuality and compare its prices to the villas, we find that they cost much less than them. 

CMRS Courtyard (, a premium Row Villas, located at premium location, does not cost much, at about 5500/- per Sq. Ft, it costs less than some of the apartments located at much inferior locations. 

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