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Sobha Estate
T Narasipura Road
Open Residential Plots Plots
1200 Sq.ft To 2400 Sq.ft
Rs 30 Lacs Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Sobha Estates, the best opportunity to own a plot and build your home in your own style. A residential plotted project at Narasipura Road, Mysore exclusively offered by Sobha Developers. 6 Acres of landscaped land with clear title and all legal approvals. There are total 85 Numbers of plots availabl...

Brigade Horizon
Siddhartha Layout
2 BHK & 3 BHK Flats
1410 Sq.ft To 1474 Sq.ft
Rs 60 Lacs Onwards
Brigade Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Brigade Horizon is a ready to move in project which has few units left for sale. This beautiful tower is  situated at Siddhartha Layout, Mysore. Brigade Group is the developer of this project and hence its needless to mention the high quality of each space out here which will last forever. This...

Brigade Palmgrove
Bogadi Road
4 BHK Villas & Townhouses Villas
5015 Sq.ft To 5231 Sq.ft
Rs 2.8 Cr Onwards
Brigade Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Brigade Palmgrove is a new residential project which is a blend of Villas & Town houses. This wonderful project is being constructed by Brigade Group which is one of the most reputed in real estate industry.Brigade Palmgrove is ideally situated at Deepa Nagar, Bogadi Road, Mysore. This area is w...

Brigade Sparkle
J P Nagar
2 BHK Luxury Apartments Flats
914 Sq.ft
Rs 34 Lacs Onwards
Brigade Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Brigade Group offers few flats for sale in one of its kind project called Brigade Sparkle at J.P Nagar, Mysore. This is a project of 13 Towers with 5 Floors Each that consist of 2 BHK Luxury Apartments which are ready to move in. As this project is offered by Brigade Group its understood that each a...

Brigade Symphony
Lashkar Mohalla
1 BHK, 2 BHK, 3 BHK & 4 BHK Flats
785 Sq.ft To 3358 Sq.ft
Rs 30 Lacs Onwards
Brigade Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Brigade Symphony is one of the best project at KRS Road, Mysore. This project is currently under construction which is developed by Brigade Group. The project has its own beauty as its designed by one of the most popular architectural firm and hence each space here is designed with special care to p...

Sobha Garden - T Narasipura Road
T Narasipura Road
Residential Plots Plots
111 sq.mt to 225 Sq.mt
Rs. 46.01 Lacs Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Sobha Garden Residential Plots for Sale at Belavathe, Mysore....

Read More About Mysore & it's Real Estate Property Market

  • Mysore also known locally as Mysuru, is the third largest city in the southern state of Karnataka, India.
  • The city served as the capital of the kingdom of Mysore for nearly six centuries from 1399 until 1947.
  • Located at the base of the Chamundi Hills, Mysore is located about 146 km southwest of the state capital Bangalore and is spread across an area of 128.42 km.
  • According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census of India, the population of Mysore was 887,446.
  • Mysore City Corporation is responsible for the civic administration of the city, which is also the headquarters of the Mysore district and the Mysore division.
  • Mysore is the second cleanest city in India.
  • The Kingdom of Mysore was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty, except for a brief period in the late 18th century when Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan were in power.
  • Patrons of art and culture, the Wodeyars contributed significantly to the cultural growth of the city.
  • The cultural ambience and achievements of Mysore earned it the title of Cultural capital of South Karnataka.
  • Mysore is known for its palaces, the most famous being the Mysore Palace, and for the festivities that take place during the Dasara festival when the city hosts a large number of tourists.
  • It lends its name to the Mysore style of painting, the sweet dish Mysore Pak, the Mysore Peta (a traditional silk turban) and sarees made from Mysore silk.
  • Tourism is the major industry, while Information Technology has emerged as a major employer in recent years. 
  • Mysore has an excellent rail and bus network for inter-city transport. 
  • It also has an operational airport called Mandakalli Airport.
  • The city was the location of the first private radio station in India.
  • Mysore also houses the Mysore University, which has produced several notable authors in the field of Kannada literature.
  • Cricket is the most popular sport in the city however it has many other sport facilities.


  • Mysore Palace: Also referred to as the Mysore Maharaja Palace is one among the largest palaces in India. It is situated in the city’s center. The palace was built in the year 1897 using wood, which was damaged due to fire. It was later reconstructed in the year 1912. The architecture is a blend of Hindu, Islam, Gothic and Rajput styles.
  • Karanji Lake: This Lake is located at the foot of the famous Chamundi Hills and was built by the erstwhile King of Mysore. This 90-acre water body is amongst the biggest lakes in the state. The lake is behind Mysore Zoo and is administered by the Zoo authorities. Karanji Lake encourages migratory birds and you can find over 90 species of birds here.
  • Chamundi Hills: Located approx 1065 meters above the sea level and about 3 kms away from the city, these hills host the Chamundeshwari temple built in the 11th century. The temple was later renovated in 1827. About halfway to the peak sits a 5-metere tall statue Nandi, Lord Shiva’s bull, sculptured from a single rock in 1659.
  • Mysore Zoo: Also known as Shri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, it is among the oldest zoos in the country having been built in 1892. Spread across a sprawling 250 acres, the zoo is home to a varied species of animals from India and other parts of the world.
  • Brindavan Gardens: Located just below the majestic Krishnaraja Sagar dam, work on this garden began in 1927 and it was completed in the year 1932. The gardens are spread across 150 acres of land and are among the best known gardens in the country. They also house a botanical park and many water fountains in different shapes and sizes, including a popular musical fountain.
  • Shivanasamudra Waterfalls: Situated approx 85 kms away from Mysore, Shivanasamudra is an island town that divides River Cauvery into two falls namely Gaganachukki Falls and Bharachukki Falls. Rated among the top 100 waterfalls in the world, these falls offer a spectacular view. The island is also famous for hosting Asia’s first Hydroelectric Power Station.
  • Melukote: Also known as Melkote, this quaint town is a pilgrim center in the Mandya District and hosts several famous temples visited by devotees throughout the year. This place affords an excellent view of the neighboring landscape and is known for its Sri Yoganarasimha Swamy temple, which is situated at the hilltop.
  • St. Philomena’s Church: This 200-year old church also known as St. Joseph’s Church is built in the Gothic style. Originally, hosting a smaller church, the present church whose foundation stone was laid by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, is one among the largest Cathedrals in the whole of South Asia and houses 3rd century relics belonging to St. Philomena.


  • According to the 2011 census Mysore district had a population of approx 2,994,744 people which was roughly equal to the population of Armenia or the US state of Mississippi.
  • The district has a population density of 437 inhabitants per square kilometer.
  • Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 13.39 percent.
  • Mysore has a sex ratio of 982 females for every 1,000 males and a literacy rate of about 72.56 percent.
  • Hindus constitute roughly 87.44 percent of the population while Muslims constitute about 8.87 percent with the balance made up by Christians, Buddhists and other religious groups.
  • Kannada is the main language in this district.
  • Jenu Kuruba, Betta Kuruba, Paniya and Panjari Yerevas and Soligas are some of the ethnic groups found in Mysore district.
  • Mysore district also elects 1 member to the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian Parliament and 11 members to the Legislative Assembly of the State of Karnataka.
  • Mysore district is divided into three subdivisions, Nanjangud, Mysore and Hunsur.
  • The Mysore district administration is headed by a Deputy Commissioner who also doubles as the District Magistrate.
  • According to the 2001 census, about 3,25,823 farmers are involved in agriculture in this district.
  • In the year 2001-2002, Mysore district yielded a foodgrain production of 608,596 tonnes accounting for approx 6.94 percent of the total food grain production in the state for the year.


  • Agriculture is the main occupation for a majority of people in the district of Mysore.
  • Some of the important crops grown here are cotton, grams, groundnut, mower, maize, raga, rice, sugarcane, sunflower and turn.
  • Horticulture is another area contributing significantly to the economy; especially the palm oil production.
  • Industries in Mysore district are mainly concentrated around the cities of Mysore and Nanjangud.
  • The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB) has established two industrial estates in Mysore and Nanjangud in addition to six industrial areas in Mysore district to encourage Industrial development of the district.
  • These are located at Belagola, Belawadi, Hebbal (Electronic City) and Hootagalli of Mysore Industrial Estate and the industrial areas Nanjangud and Thandavapura of Nanjangud industrial estate.
  • Some of the major industries located near Mysore city are include, Vikrant Tyres Ltd, Automotive Axles Ltd, Bharat Earth Movers Ltd. (BEML), Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation (KSIC), TVS Ltd, L&T and Nestle India among many others.
  • After Bengaluru, Mysore is being touted as the next big destination for IT and ITeS companies.
  • The Government of India has recognised Mysore as the Number One city among the 20 Tier-II cities for the promotion of the IT industry.
  • Presently all IT-related activities are concentrated around Mysore city.
  • Mysore’s Software Technology Park (STP) was inaugurated in 1998.
  • As of 2006, there were 42 companies registered with the STP.
  • Some of the major IT companies located here include majors like Wipro, Infosys, L&T Infotech, Excelsoft Tech, Comat Technologies and Aris Global.
  • Tourism is another big industry in Mysore.
  • Its importance as a tourist destination was evident when it was selected as the venue for the Karnataka Tourism Expo in 2006.
  • The tourism department plans to develop other areas like Nanjangud, Bettadapura, Hedathali, Kapadi, Mudukuthore Betta, Mugur and Tirumakudalu Narasipura as tourist places.


  • Mysore is connected by NH-212 to the town of Gundlupet, where the road forks into the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
  • SH-17, which connects Mysore to Bengaluru was upgraded to a four-lane highway in 2006, reducing travel time between the two cities.
  • SH-33 and SH-88 connect Mysore to H.D Kote and Madikeri respectively.
  • Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and other private agencies operate buses both within the city and between cities.
  • A new division of KSRTC called Mysore City Transport Corporation (MCTC) has been proposed.
  • Within the city, buses are a cheap and popular means of transport in addition to auto rickshaws and tongas (horse-drawn carriages) are popular.
  • Mysore also has a 42.5-kilometre long ring road that is being upgraded to six lanes by the MUDA.
  • Mysore railway station has three lines which connect it to Bengaluru, Hassan and Chamarajanagar.
  • The first railway line established in the city was the Bengaluru–Mysore Junction metre gauge line, which was commissioned in 1882.
  • All trains that connect Mysore are operated by South Western Railway Zone, Hubli of Indian Railways.
  • The fastest train to serve the city is the Shatabdi Express.


  • In 2013, the Mysore Chapter of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) urged the state Chief Minister to develop Mysore as a model Tier-2 city.
  • The four main areas of infrastructure development highlighted by the visiting CII delegation which met the CM included: development of backward areas, improving connectivity, attracting investments to the city and urban and rural infrastructure improvement.
  • The delegation urged the new government to consider fast-tracking air, road and rail connectivity.
  • The CII said the government should accelerate land acquisition to re-align NH-212 connecting Mysore and Nanjangud and the realignment was critical for extending the existing runway which cuts through the present highway alignment thus leaving no scope for airport expansion.
  • The CII also called for development of the Bengaluru-Kanakapura-Malavalli road into a four-lane expressway to cut down pressure on the Bangalore-Mysore expressway.
  • It called for fast-tracking the Bengaluru–Mettupalyam rail line as the link connecting Bengaluru–Kanakapura–Malavalli–Kollegal–Chamarajanagar and Mettupalayam would boost rural development.
  • The CII recommended the constitution of a joint committee of experts to help in ensuring overall infrastructure development of Mysore.
  • They also suggested the setting up of a new world-class IT and hardware park and the extension of special incentives to attract MNCs to invest in Mysore by providing land at subsidized rates through the KIADB.
  • They further urged the government to develop new industrial areas in Mysore coupled with upgrading the infrastructure of existing industrial areas.
  • The CII expressed concern about the deteriorating water situation in Mysore and said it would work with industries on water conservation.
  • The delegation suggested an independent water regulatory authority to audit water consumption.
  • The CII said it also proposes to work with the local authorities in Mysore to implement effective usage of water; energy savings and waste management and improve the bio-diversity.


  • There are about 35 to 50 players in the construction sector in Mysore with nearly 100 apartment projects at various stages of construction in the city.
  • The occupancy rates in the city are on the upswing, the overall industry slowdown notwithstanding.
  • The scarcity of residential plots coupled with commuting issues has altered the city’s housing scenario within the city limits in favour of an increasing number of multi-storeyed apartment complexes.
  • Known for its quaint row houses with ample space, changing preferences and rising property prices have now put such homes out of the reach of the predominant middle-class buyer.
  • While many apartment projects are irrationally priced with hidden costs, for the buyer it’s a trade-off to ensure easy access to essential services, educational institutions, healthcare facilities and shopping areas.
  • Along the Mysore-Hunsur Road, approx over 25,000 plots have been sold but development remains frozen due to the crucial distance- factor and lack of access to essential services and amenities.
  • Plot developments are also being witnessed along the Mysore-Bannur Road and Mysore-H.D. Kote Road but they are not in a ready-to-build state and are at best long-term investments.
  • There is a slow but perceptible growth in demand for apartments within the city’s limits.
  • Property rates in areas like Kuvempunagar are in the range of INR 3,500 psf onwards while they are lower in upcoming areas Visvesvarnagar where they hover in the range of INR 2,500 psf.
  • According to local developers, property end users in Mysore are mostly locals with a preference for ready-to-occupy projects due to rampant delays in under-construction projects.

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