Valley View Apartments is a brand new residential property for sale in Himachal Pradesh which is being set up at Solan-Rajgarh by Jag Basera Infratech Pvt Ltd. Valle View offers luxurious studio apartments for sale, which have been meticulously planned using the highest design standards, keeping in mind the needs of those who are operational in and around Himachal Pradesh. Valley View is located at a highly favorable location for a residential property. Located at Solan, which is situated midway between Kalka and Shimla, the project enjoys fine climatic conditions round the year, making it an ideal destination for all seasons. Valley View at Solan offers the most luxurious studio apartments and all the residences come fully loaded with a wide range of comforts and conveniences making the perfect sense for a splendid lifestyle. Some of the main highlights of the project include a swimming pool, integrated club, maid service on call, dormitories for drivers, hypermarket and many other amazing features.
Round the Clock Security
Conference / Party Room
Power Back Up
24 Hours Water Supply
Fire Safety System
Dormitories for Drivers
Kids Play Area
Trekking & Jogging Tracks
Rs 3750 per sq.ft
Covered Parking - Rs. 100,000
Club Membership - Rs 50,000
IFMS - Rs. 50 per sq. _.
Additional Charges (EEC, FFC, IDC) – Rs. 100 per sq _.
4th Floor – Rs.150 Per Sq. _
3rd Floor – Rs. 100 per Sq. _.
2nd Floor – Rs. 50 Per Sq. Ft
• Prices subject to revision / withdrawal without any notice at the company's sole discretion.
• Club house membership mandatory with every apartment.
• Stamp Duty, Registration Charges, legal miscellaneous expenses, meter connection charges and any other charges
levied by Government
shall be payable by allottee at the time of possession.
• All flat numbering & layouts are tentative.
• All payments to be made in favor of "Jag Basera Infratech Pvt. Ltd."
• Service Tax to be charged extra
Plan A - Down Payment Plan:
At the time of booking - 10% BSP
Within 45 days - 85% BSP + (PLC + Car Parking + Club Membership)
At the time of offer of possession- 5% BSP + IFMS + Additional charges.
Plan B - Construction Link Payment Plan:
On Booking - 10% BSP.
Within 45 Days from Booking - 20% BSP.
On commencement of foundation work - 10% BSP.
On commencement of Ground Floor Casting - 10% BSP + PLC
On commencement of Second Floor Casting - 10% BSP + Club Membership.
On commencement of Fourth Floor Casting - 10% BSP.
On commencement of Masonry Work - 7.5% BSP. + 50% Additional Charges
On commencement of Plaster Work – 10% BSP + Car parking.
On commencement of Flooring - 7.5% BSP. + 50% Additional Charges
At time of offer of possession - 5% BSP + IFMS + Any other charges
Solan is a city situated in Himachal Pradesh. It is often referred to
as the ‘Mushroom city of India’ because of the mushroom
farming which is prevalent here. Solan derives its name from
Goddess Shoolini Devi who is the main deity of the region.
Located at an elevation of approximately 1467 meters above sea
level, Solan is surrounded by high peaks. To the east of the town
is the Matiul Peak with a height of 1,986 metres; to the north lies
the Karol Peak, which is also the highest peak of the region with
a height of 2,000 metres.
Solan is largely a forested land with hills and mountains abound.
The presence of forests and lands over a large part of the area
makes a majority of the land unsuitable for building activities.
Although it does receive a fair bit of tourism, it is primarily a
gateway to other popular hill stations of the region, viz. Kasauli,
Chail, Kandaghat and Dagshai.
Solan also has mythological significance. It is believed that the
cave near the top of Mount Karol is the cave where the Pandavas
of the Mahabharata resided during their exile. The town has
historical significance too. It was here that the Irish Mutiny of
1920 against the British Army took place. Irish soldiers revolted
following a similar sentiment back home. The mutiny was
however crushed by the British with the killing of two Irish
soldiers while many others were sent to jail.
Although not as famous a hill station as Chail or Simla, Solan does
have a few places of tourist interest. Some of the tourist
attractions of the region are the Shoolini Mata Temple, Jatoli Shiv
Temple, Yungdrung Tibetan Monastery and a Gurkha Fort which
is more than 300 years old.
More than the tourism, Solan holds significance as an industrial
town. The town has various important industries which drive a
large part of its economy. Some of the important industries
located here are the Himalayan Pipe industries, Shivalik Bimetal
Controls Ltd, and HFCL among others.
Located 44 km from Simla, Solan is well connected to nearby
regions of the state as well as Chandigarh via road. There are
regular buses from Chandigarh as well as Simla to Solan. Solan
also has a railway station which lies on the Kalka-Simla line. The
Kalka-Simla line is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a