- Hill Stations
1500 Feet Altitude
Owning a piece of land in hill station is just midway of a buyer’s dream and converting it into his dream villa or farm house will be the final task.
Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand, is a gateway to some of the most popular hill stations in the country like Nainital and Mussoorie. Beautifully nestled in the Doon Valley, it is primarily known for the number of elite boarding schools it has like the Doon School and the Indian Military Academy. Dehradun is also called the ‘school capital of India’ for the number of prestigious schools it is home to. The much-loved and famous Basmati rice is grown in abundance in this city and then exported to other parts of the country.
Dehradun despite excelling in different businesses like schooling, agriculture, construction, etc, is still known for its calm and relaxing life where the weather is pleasant and the air, fresh. It lies between the rivers Ganga and Yamuna, two of the most prominent water bodies in the county. The city is at an elevation of 450 m above sea level and makes for pleasant stay for tourists.
Dehradun is a beautiful city and is well-connected by roads, rail and air and is easily accessible from most parts of the country. The distance from delhi is 235 that is easy to reach from different parts of India. Chandigarh is just 183 km away from Dehradun and people drive down to this place in their own vehicle. Public and private buses from places like Agra, Kullu, Shimla, Delhi and Chandigarh are available. Travelling by train is also very convenient as the Dehradun Railway Station has trains plying from different cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata Varanasi, Lucknow, etc. At the outskirts of the city of Dehradun is its Jolly Grant Airport. There are direct flights from Lucknow and Delhi to Dehradun and a few connecting once from a few other cities like Mumbai and Trivandrum. Dehradun being well-connected by all means of transport makes Dehradun easy to reach and an accessible tourist destination that you can visit any time of the year.
Approx. INR 2500 to 3000 per square feet for quality construction with brick and concrete which varies and depends on hill station, slop of site, type of architecture, etc. It is excluding revetment, access way, fencing, water management and land scaping
Yes, wooden house is cheaper (about 2/3 cost) and faster (max. 30 days) than conventional construction using brick and concrete. Added advantages are enhanced social status, increased thermal comfort, better seismic resistance and can be retrofitted
Yes. Like in city, a client can get bank loan for construction of home at hill stations depending on his financial eligibility and Hill-Max provides possible assistance for the same to its clients in specific hill stations.
No. It varies across Indian hill stations and states
Architectural assistance and construction support fee varies case to case which depends on parameters like which hill station, type of construction, extent of construction, scope of Hill-Max, frequency of expediting visits required at site, etc – It is a project specific estimate and quote.