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  • Plot
  • 1,036 - 5,472
    square feet1 sq M = 10.76 sq ft
  • Builder Price
    5.7 L - 30.0 L
Godhuli Specifications

33 Acres
total area
total launched plots
launch date
New and Resale

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Godhuli Price List

₹5.7 L
₹6.0 L
₹6.3 L
₹6.6 L
₹6.6 L
₹7.2 L
₹7.7 L
₹8.2 L
₹8.5 L
₹8.7 L
₹9.1 L
₹9.4 L
₹9.7 L
₹9.9 L
₹10.1 L
₹10.8 L
₹11.0 L
₹11.7 L
₹12.1 L
₹12.6 L
₹13.2 L
₹13.6 L
₹14.1 L
₹14.7 L
₹15.4 L
₹15.7 L
₹15.9 L
₹16.8 L
₹17.2 L
₹19.2 L
₹20.3 L
₹24.8 L
₹27.4 L
₹30.0 L


  • Club House
  • Swimming Pool
  • Children's play area
  • 24 X 7 Security
  • Jogging Track

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About Shriram Land

Images for Elevation of Shriram Land Godhuli
  • 14 Years of Experience
  • 3 Total Projects
  • 0 Ongoing Projects


NRIs ask this frequently
  • Do NRIs require consent of the Reserve Bank to buy immovable property in India?
    No, NRI's do not require permission to buy any immovable property in India other than agricultural/plantation property or a farmhouse.
  • Is there any limit on the number of housing properties that may be purchased by an NRI?
    There are no limits on the number of residential properties that may be bought by an NRI. However, repatriation (the process of converting a foreign currency into the currency of one’s own country) is allowed only in respect of two such properties.
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Discuss about Godhuli

Aug 25,2015 11:47 am
Launched in Dec 2012. People who had invested early were promised that completion would be by Dec 2014 (1st Completion Date according to the 1st agreement) Again 1 year later the agreement was revised and some more changes to the layout and completion date was promised as Mar 2015 (2nd revised completion date). July 2015 status: In the 3rd revised plan they have increased the no. of plots from 283 to 482 which is a 70% increase in number of houses. But the area which comes under park/club house etc is reduced by 30% to accommodate roads for this 70% increase of no. of plots. This 70% increase of no. of plots (eventually houses) and decrease of park area by 30% will make it more congested than originally advertised. So it is playing around maths and the marketing team will convince that they haven't increased the saleable area. But did they increase the useful common area for this increased density of houses? The marketing team is hardly able to sell plots because the price in the locality is around Rs.250 per sq feet. Work happens only on weekend when there is customer visits. Better check before you invest in this or any of the Shriramland Properties and also check every time they revise the plan. According to the marketing team they have completed 40% of the development work whereas including the grace period they should have completed by Sep 2015. The penalty clause starts on Oct 2015 (as per the 2nd revised agreement) so they want to revise the agreement and shift the completion date by another 2 years. ? 3rd revision of the plan - Very Likely in 2016 ? 4th revision of the plan - Very Likely in 2017 ? 5th revision of the plan - Very Likely in 2018 May be the registration will happen in 2020. Vision 2020 of Udhari Ramesh and Beer Vijay Singh. But the marketing team will make false promise that this is the last revision which they said last year also. Part of the agreement also says the following The Developer hereby represents that it shall complete the Project as detailed under Clause 1(a)(iii) above. However, despite all efforts, if the Project is not completed within the said period, a further grace period of 6 (six) months shall be considered. If the Developer still fails to complete the Project even after the expiry of the grace period, then the Developer shall pay 18% interest per annum to the Purchaser for the amount paid by the Purchaser till such time the Project is completed. However, this penalty shall not be applicable if the delay is caused due to acts of nature or state, labor unrest, unavailability of raw materials or force majeure. This one will they will not honor and they will also say that you are free to go to court on this clause. The best joke as part of compensation they will arrange for free e-khatha service. (This is what the marketing team promised)
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