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Paranjape Green Cove
1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats
474 Sq.ft To 622 Sq.ft Carpet Area
Rs 24 Lacs Onwards
Paranjape Schemes Construction Limited
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98197 02366

Paranjape Green Cove is said to be located in one of the most peaceful locality, where you can actually hear birds chirping and wake every morning with a direct Sun Rays coming in your home. This residential project is located opp to Government Rest House which is very close Near Maruti Mandir Pag-m...

Moje Tiwandewadi
1 RK, 1BHK and 2 BHK Flats
391 Sq.ft.- 725 Sq.ft.
12.70 Lacs Onwards
Rajsi Group of Companies
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619


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

  • Ratnagiri is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Ratnagiri district, in the southwestern part of Maharashtra, India.
  • The district is a part of Konkan division of the state of Maharashtra.
  • The Sahyadri Mountains border Ratnagiri to the east.
  • The region's fertile valleys produce a rich crop of rice, coconuts, cashews and fruits.
  • The world-renowned Hapus or Alphonso variety of mango is a product of this region.
  • Fishing is also an important occupation for the people residing here.
  • Ratnagiri was home to several illustrious Indians including famous freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak, social reformer and Bharat Ratna-awardee Dhondo Keshav Karve, and mathematician Raghunath Paranjape.
  • Ratnagiri has also been featured in author Amitav Ghosh's novel – The Glass Palace.


  • Ganpatipule: It is situated along the western coast of Maharashtra, 375 kms south of Mumbai, along the Konkan coast. Ganapatipule is one of the most spectacular beaches along the Konkan Coast - an idyllic gateway that attracts peace-seekers, beach lovers, and pilgrims alike.
  • Swayambhu Ganapati Temple: The temple is known for its unique idol of Lord Ganpati and its magnificiant temple. The temple is 40-years old and is at the foot of a hillock. Most pilgrims take a 'pradakshina' around the hill instead of just the temple.
  • Marleshwar: 60km from Ganapatipule, it is famous for its Shiva temple and waterfalls.
  • Derwan - 85Km from Ganapatipule, Derwan is well known for its Shiv Shristi (an exhibition on Chhatrapati Shivaji).
  • Parshuram - 112Km from Ganapatipule, is known for its temple dedicated to the warrior-hermit Parshuram.
  • Thiba Palace: The Thiba Palace was built in 1910–11 for the King and Queen of Burma who stayed here during their exile from 1911–16. The palace also houses the tombs of the royal couple.
  • Mirkarwada Beach: It is the coastal station for marine professionals; all the fishing boats and trawlers land here. It is the major trading spot in Ratnagiri for marine industry. Most of the fishes from here are exported to other city markets such as Mumbai, Pune, Goa, Bangaluru, and Mangalore.
  • Malgund: The Marathi poet, Keshavsut, was born in the village of Malgund. His house has recently been renovated and converted into a students' dormitory. The Marathi Sahitya Parishad (Marathi Literature Society) has constructed a monument called -Keshavsut Smarak- in Malgund.
  • Jaigad: This 17th-century fort is located on a cliff at the entrance of the Sangameshwar River and offers a splendid view of the sea. Jaigad's sea fort is situated in a sheltered bay.


  • According to 2011 Census, Ratnagiri Town had a population of 76,239 people with males and females constituting approx 55 percent and 45 percent of the population.
  • Ratnagiri is located at 16.98°N 73.3°E. It has an average elevation of 11 meters (36 feet).
  • 86 percent of males and 87 percent of females were literate.
  • 11 percent of Ratnagiri's population was under 6 years of age.
  • Approx 70 percent people in Ratnagiri are Hindus and about 30 percent are Muslims. Other religions found here include Buddhists and Christians.


  • Ratnagiri has a large industrial potential.
  • Agriculture and fishing are the two main occupations of the people residing here. 
  • MIDC has established two industrial estates in Ratnagiri city - Mirjole and Zadgaon.
  • Some of the major corporations located here include Ultra Tech Cement, J.K. Files & Tools, Finolex Group, Bharati Shipyards, Gadre Marine Exports, Auchtel Chemicals, Verron Industries and VAV Life Sciences among others.


  • Ratnagiri is connected by road to cities like Mumbai, Mangaluru, Madgaon, Karwar, Udupi and Cochin by NH-17.
  • The Konkan railway also connects the city to these cities by train along with Delhi and Jaipur.
  • MSRTC runs intercity bus service from Ratnagiri to Chiplun, Ratnagiri to Sawantwadi, and Ratnagiri to Kolhapur.
  • Ratnagiri railway station is one of the most important stations and headquarters of Ratnagiri Division on the Konkan Railway.
  • The railway station is at a distance of 6 kms from Ratnagiri city center on NH-204. Nearly every train running on Konkan Railway stops at Ratnagiri Station.
  • Ratnagiri also has a sea port at Mirkarwada, which is important for fisheries industry.


  • Ratnagiri's real estate market is primarily end-user driven.
  • The district is expected to witness massive infrastructure development in the coming years, providing a boost for realty demand.
  • In addition to local buyers, People from Mumbai, Pune and Kolhapur are interested in buying land or a second home in Ratnagiri.
  • The commencement of mega port projects here such as Jindal and Chowgule port has provided a fillip to the region's real estate development and demand.
  • In the next five years, over 30,000 families are expected to migrate to Ratnagiri courtesy the proposed development of ports, road development and energy which are in pipeline.
  • Some of the leading developers in this region include Aakar Developers, Om Developers, Chintamani Constructions, Infratech Builders, Niyati Developers, MK Group, Omkar Developers, Siddhivinayak Properties and Noor Constructions to name a few.

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