State Bank of India, Thambuchettypalya Main Road, Akshaya Nagar, Ramamurthy Nagar, Mahadevapura Zone, Bengaluru, Bangalore East, Bangalore Urban, Karnataka, 560036, India
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LOCATION – Near Vishal Mart
PLOT AREA – 1350 sqft
BUILTUP AREA – 5500 sqft
FLOORS – G + 4 (BBMP Approved Plan)
|G FLOOR – 2 BHK||1 FLOOR – 3 BHK||2 FLOOR – 3 BHK|
|3 FLOOR – 3 BHK||4 FLOOR – 2 BHK|
FACING – East
PARKING – 3 car parking
WATER – Own bore & Cauvery Connection
KHATA – A khata
FURNISHED / UNFURNISHED – Semi furnished
BUILDING AGE – New Construction With LIFT
PRICE QUOTING – 2.9 Cr (Negotiable)
Ramamurthy Nagar is an area in Bangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located in the north-eastern part of Bangalore and comes under the E3 subdivision of BBMP. It is a rapidly growing suburb, adjacent to other areas such as Banaswadi, CV Raman Nagar and Krishnarajapuram, also officially called Krishnarajapura.
Ramamurthy Nagar today is near the outer ring road and close to four important railway stations: Krishnarajapuram, Baiyappanahalli, Banaswadi and B. Channasandra.
Ramamurthy Nagar has many layouts,namely Garden Street Layout, Akshayanagar, Muneshwara Nagar, Bovi Colony, Pragathi Layout, Hoysalanagar, Dr Ambedkar Nagar, Shanti Layout and Gundappa Layout.
Hospitals, Manipal Clinic, and Koshys Hospital and many schools are strategically located in Ramamurthy Nagar.
After the drainage pipes were laid in 2013, BBMP has laid roads in all the areas which were previously untarred. Currently Ramamurthy Nagar is provided with water through the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board’s (BWSSB) Cauvery water connection.
Large-scale real estate development in Ramamurthy Nagar is causing damage. The Gangadhar Kere (Kaudenahalli Lake) is being encroached upon, destroying an area formerly rich in flora and fauna. Most of the borewells which were drilled in earlier days have dried up. Like the newly developing areas, there are no areas for gardens and parks.