Riding on its existing development in luxury segment in Bengaluru, Ceear Realty has yet another luxury residential project in the Garden city, “The Big Tree”.
‘The Big Tree’ residential premise is located close to the metro station of the iconic south end circle, and is on 36th cross,8th block in Jayanagar, Bengaluru and is a centre of 6 roads that connect home owners to the rest of the city.
If space is the definitive luxury in an increasingly crowded world, few lucky families will discover luxury in its truest sense. It is an exclusive project designed with one residence on one floor with the option of splitting it into 2 apartments.
It features opulent living spaces encompassing five spacious bedrooms, home theatre/study, a home office, a specially-designed Temple (Mandir) corner and much more.
The options for 3 Bhk also comes in as a perfect complement with options, sizes ranging approx. 2000 Sq.ft to 2600 Sq.ft. The project also boasts contemporary features like an infinity pool, landscaped entertainment area, fitness centre and mechanical stack parking.
Other amenities that go hand-in-hand with ‘The Big Tree’ entail a 3-tier security system at the entrance of the building, automated high-speed passenger lift with intercoms and 100% power backup in common areas. Specifically designed for home owners to rejuvenate by soaking in an open-air Jacuzzi or by enjoying a relaxing swim at the roof-top infinity pool, it also offers modern standards of living in a quaint and green neighbourhood of Jayanagar, in Bengaluru.
This project is proposed to be gold rated under green building certification inculcating of a 3-tier security system, elevators with intercoms. Each home has been designed with influences from the best in architectural design by Mistry Architects.
Commenting on this, Cherag Ramakrishnan (Founder and M.D, Ceear Realty) states, “This is another luxury project of ours in Bengaluru that is making way for a niche development in one of the most prime locations of Bengaluru. ‘The Big Tree’, product is conceptualised keeping in mind the ethos of Jayanagar.”