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Melville Greens
Residential Plots Plots
1200 Sq.ft To 4000 Sq.ft
Rs 28 Lacs Onwards
Wellnest India Projects Pvt. Ltd
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Melville Greens is a benchmark residential plotted development project. This project is situated at the foothills of Nandi Hills. The most visited mountain by tourist and other people across the country. Especially the people who loves Trekking & Hiking.This property will help you get the best v...

Prashanthi Nest
Byranayakana Halli
Residential Plots Plots
1500 Sq.ft To 4000 Sq.ft
Rs. 21 Lacs Onwards
Wellnest India Projects Pvt. Ltd
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Prashanthi Nest is a Plotted Development Project for residential purpose. This property is being developed by VR Holdings Pvt. Ltd & Exclusively Marketed by Wellnest India Projects Pvt. Ltd. With a strategic plan to keep you amidst a true nature, the developer has selected the best place where y...

Skandagiri County
Open Plots Plots
1200 Sq.ft To 1500 Sq.ft
Rs 15 Lacs Onwards
Wellnest India Projects Pvt. Ltd
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Skandagiri County the best place to spend your weekend or vacation and the best opportunity to have your own space in this beautiful world. An opportunity you might never get again. Opportunity to spend your time between natural surroundings, on the Mountain, feel above the clouds, see the sunrise, ...

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  • Chikkaballapur is the district headquarters of the newly created Chikkaballapura district in the state of Karnataka, India.
  • In the regional language, Kannada, the city is pronounced as Chikkaballapura. Chikka means small, while balla means the measure to quantify food grains, and pura means town.
  • It is located within 3 km of Muddenahalli, which is also the birthplace of eminent engineer and statesman Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya).
  • A US$ 400 mn pharma SEZ is coming up in Chikkaballapura on 325 acres of land, the first of its kind in the country and the popular Traveler's bungalow here is being converted into a state of the art Bus terminus.
  • A new district government headquarters and police headquarters is also being constructed here at the cost of approx US$ 5 mn is being constructed at a cost of $5 million.
  • Further the state government is allocating another US$ 10 mn to develop the city and expand underground sanitary systems.
  • Chikkaballapur is a regional transport and educational hub, and is a major site for grape, grain, and silk cultivation.
  • In light of the recent infra upgrades, it is widely believed that Chikkaballapura will soon become an integral part of Greater Bangalore.


  • Nandi Hills: Nandidurg or Nandi Hills as it is known is an ancient fortress that has stood tall against the ravages of nature and time. Located just 10 Kms outside of the town of Chikballapur and 60 kilometers from Bangalore, Nandi Hills has always been a quick weekend getaway for Bangaloreans. The origin of the name Nandi Hills is not very clear and is attributed to multiple sources like the shape of the hill and a yogi who is said to have performed penance in these hills.
  • Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple: This Dravidian style temple in the hills is most probably the root of the nomenclature of the hills. The Nandi temple is believed to be over 1,300 years old and is known as the Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple. The temple is believed to be one of the oldest places of worship in Karnataka and is believed to be hewn completely out of rocks native to the area.
  • Kalyani Pond: The majestic Kalyani Pond and the adjoining marriage hall evoke a sense of wonder and humility at the ingenious minds of those who built the magnificence. The stone carvings that adorn every inch of this great temple inspire artists and architects to this day.
  • Tippu's Drop: Of all the tourists spots in Nandi Hills, Tippu's drop is perhaps one of the most visited and photographed sites. Tippu Sultan apparently threw his condemned prisoners to their inevitable deaths from this point. The stunning views from this high point make for very good photo opportunities.


  • As per the 2011 India census, Chikkaballapura had a population of 1, 91,122.
  • Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%.
  • Chikkaballapura has an average literacy rate of 64%, higher than the national average of 59.5%.
  • 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
  • The town of Chikkaballapura is approximately 56 km north of Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), the silicon plateau of India.
  • Chikkaballapura has a high elevation located in the center of the Nandi Hills region.
  • Panchagiri is a common descriptor of Chikkaballapura as it is surrounded by 5 picturesque hills among which Nandi Hills is the famous one.
  • The Kalavara Halli hill is becoming famous because of the trekking involved to reach the top of the hill.


  • The town of Chikballapur is the district headquarters and a key transport link in the North Bangalore belt.
  • The North-South six-lane National Highway NH-7 as well as the East-West NH 234 (previously state highway 58) passes through the city.
  • The city is also a transportation hub comprising a new major bus terminus and train station headquarters.
  • A rail line runs north from Bangalore to the town of Chikballapur, east past Doddaganjur to Srinivaspur and south to the town of Kolar.
  • It is well connected to important towns by the state run buses as well as private taxis and autos.
  • The nearest airport is Bengaluru International Airport at a distance of 20 kilometers.


  • The upcoming Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) in the Devanahalli-Doddaballapur region is expected to push realty rates here.
  • The Nandi Hills area has witnessed a revival with this development. This infrastructure has brought positive changes in the locality, which has become a prime address for many who now look forward to investing in second or holiday homes here.
  • Infrastructure growth has played an important role, as a number of people who wanted second or weekend homes away from the city's pollution and traffic but still remain connected to the city, have found a place in Nandi Hills.
  • Those who bought villas here to use as weekend homes can expect good returns going forward.
  • Nandi Hills offers clean air and beautiful environment free from pollution and traffic.
  • At present, land prices here are affordable and with realty development the area is bound to appreciate.
  • This area is within the coveted 30 km radius of the Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport.
  • It also has good roads connecting it to the main city.
  • The cost of villas in Nandi Hills ranges from INR 1.5-10 crore. Prices further vary as per the sizes and available amenities.
  • Buyer's here typically constitute industrialists, HNIs, upper-class families and NRI's.
  • Nandi Hills also attracts investors who plan to settle down here later or garner healthy returns.
  • The area offers good connectivity and is a hub of natural beauty, greenery, peace and has the right temperature.
  • Located close to the upcoming ITIR in Devanahalli, with proposed IT and SEZs coming up and availability of affordable land makes it a good time to buy here.
  • With major infrastructure development in the pipeline and many more physical developments expected to come up, Nandi Hills will benefit both investors and prospective buyers.

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