Friday, July 11, 2014

Prestige Lakeside Habitat Multistorey Apartments for sale Located in Whitefield, Bangalore available with 2BHK, 3BHK and 4BHK Apartments.

Prestige Lakeside habitat is one of the luxurious project which is under development by Prestige group which is very well known and popular construction company in bangalore. To make you satisfy this project, It is under construction in whitefield – Sarjapur from where you can access facilities like school, hospital and many others very easily as they are very nearer to Prestige lakeside Habitat.

Prestige lakeside habitat’s design is itself a great feature as it is designed like disney theme which you can see on companies website also. Prestige lakeside habitat is spread over 102 acres of land and contains 3426 flats in the configuration of 1,2,3 and 4 BHK or say Bedroom hall kitchen. It also contains 271 Luxury villas each with private garden and you don’t have do compromise because there are total 6 different types of villas. Allover Prestige lakeside habitat is a township which contains 3679 dwellings spread over whole area.

Amenities are the things which can create a great effect on buyers or yours mind as if you find more amenities then you will be ready to buy your dream home there and in terms of Prestige Lakeside Habitat, there is no competition for it as it provides amenities like Amphitheatre, Childres’s play area, Clubhouse, Landscaped Entrance, Cricket Pitch, Tennis Court, Mini golf Course, swimming pool with Skating rink and Many more things.
4 Club houses with Gym, 
Badminton court, 
Table Tennis, 
Board games, 
Health club, 
Provision for Super market. 
Tennis Courts, 
Cricket pitch, 
Basket ball court, 
Mini golf course, 
Swimming pools, 
Jogging track, 
Kids play areas

A flat means self-contained premises used or entitled to be used for the purpose of residence or office, showroom or shop or go down or for carrying on any other business and include garage or premises, which forms the part of the building and includes an apartment.

Difference between Built-up Area, Super Built-up Area and Carpet Area.

Carpet Area: 

This is the area of the apartment / building, which does not include the area of the walls.

Built up Area: 

This includes the area of the walls also.

Super Built-Up Area:

This includes the built-up areas alongwith the area under common spaces such as the lobby, Lifts, stairs etc. This term is therefore only applicable in the case of multi-dwelling units.

The difference between carpet area and the built up area is very simple to understand. Normally the area available to spread carpet in the flat is considered as carpet area, whereas the space occupied by the walls is also considered in calculating built-up area. The space occupied by Gardens, Swimming Pool and other unoccupied space is also considered for calculating the super built up area. Normally the measurement is carried out considering 15% more for built up area and 30-40% more for super built-up area.

Measuremet of plinth, carpet and rental areas of buildings. 

The standard defines various important terms like plinth areas, carpet area, rental area, balcony, stair cover(mumty), a loft and porch. It stipulates that the areas of basement, floor without cladding (stilled floor), floors including top floor, which may be partly covered, mezzanine floor, and garage shall be measured separately. 

For measurement of plinth area of the above categories, the various areas required to be included and those not to be included in the plinth area are clearly mentioned. From the plinth areas as worked out above, the carpet areas obtained by deducting the area of wall in accordance with the method given in the standard, which details the wall areas to be included and excluded. 

The carpet area so obtained shall exclude the areas of portions like, Verandah, corridor and passage, entrance hall and porch staircase and stair cover (mumty), shaft and machine room for lift, bathroom and lavatory, kitchen and pantry, store, canteen, air-conditioning duct and plant room and shaft for sanitary piping in accordance with the provisions of the standard. 

Apart from plinth and carpet areas, the standard also gives the method of measurement of rental areas for residential and non-residential buildings by adding certain areas to the carpet area. 

It clearly mentions the areas to be included and excluded while working out the rental areas. It is recommended that the architects, engineers, government departments, contractors, builders, developers and promoters and all other concerned should adopt this Indian standard for uniform implementation of the standard method of measurement of areas of buildings, especially in the interest of common consumer.

Documents to be Verified Before Purchase of a Flat

Before you purchase a flat, you have to have a title and document search conducted by a competent advocate. You cannot do it yourself. It is a professional job to be done with professional expertise. 
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