The luxurious condominiums of The Botanika, are being built to offer its residents a heightened sense of living in the lap of nature, literally. This 7.3 acre project site consists of 3 towers housing 192 apartments (in first phase) and the entire project is a platinum rated apartment project, as certified by IGBC standards. Moreover, the site shares one of its longest borders with the massive 150 acre plus Kotla Vijayabhaskara Reddy Botanical Garden, which is like a blessing for nature lovers and which also ensures an abundant supply of fresh air and breath-taking views of the garden.
After learning about the location specifics, getting a bird’s eye view of the type of apartments on sale and discovering the amenities offered at Botanika, we have gone a step further and reviewed the living space of a standard home unit. Here, we cover the minute and immediate details of an apartment so that, prospective buyers will have a third party perspective of the investment they are about to make. As discussed before, The Botanika has 4BHK and 5BHK condominiums and sky villas to offer, with built up area ranging from 3,960sqft – 4,600 sqft (4BHK) and 6,500 sqft –9,300 sqft (5BHK). All homes are vastu compliant and offer unmatched privacy to its residents.
Some of the highlights of the apartment survey are given below
These spacious apartments have agglomerated marble flooring for living, drawing and dining rooms; the bedrooms come with laminated wooden flooring of German make to give a cosy look. The bathrooms are fitted with anti – skid vitrified tiles to ensure safety of the users and are replete with state of the art Kohler fittings; the master bed room has a bath tub fitted into its attached bathroom. The doors are of flush type with teak wood veneer finish, which are easy to maintain and have a perfectly flush and joint free surface. The bedrooms and common area are provided with POP false ceilings made and also have unique cornice like structure to enhance the design. Stressing on privacy here, the Botanika homes have the guest room located right after the entrance, thereby putting a comfortable distance between the other bedrooms and the guest room; another striking detail is that every home has a dedicated servant room with a separate entrance to it. The balconies provided are quite roomy and can be accessed from both bedroom and the living area.
Spacewood modular kitchen concepts are adopted for the kitchen area, which boasts of high end German fittings and accessories, designed to last a lifetime and promises to make cooking an effortless and enjoyable experience.
All homes are fitted with UPVC windows, which are strong, weather proof and very easy to maintain and at the same time, look elegant. Copper and Aluminium wires are used for internal wiring of homes and Schneider Electric switches are fitted all over. Each home is fitted with an LG VRF technology air conditioning system and fresh air intake which again is latest in the market and is highly energy efficient as well. Use of VRF technology ensures minimum use of duct work and is also easy to install and maintain. One of the best features of a Botanika home is that, it comes with Comax home automation system which is a flush mount type system in which a lot of security and communications features like burglar alarm, emergency alarm, gas leakage alert, telephone etc are integrated to provide round the clock security to its residents and ensure tension free living.
In short, I would say that apartments at The Botanika are built to stand out as premium and elegant living spaces in the heart of a bustling IT suburb, and have definitely blazed the trail for builders aiming to design exclusive homes for their customers.