Kolte Patil Ivy Villa

Price on request
Builder price
3, 4 BHK
2,185 - 3,475 sq ft
Builtup area1 sq M = 10.76 sq ft
Project Location
Wagholi, Pune


  • Dec'13
    Possession Date(s)
  • Completed
  • 220
    Total Launched villas
  • Jun'11
    Launch Date
  • Resale

Salient Features

  • Only 100 acre project in Wagholi
  • Possessions already done
  • Developed by reputed builder

More about Kolte Patil Ivy Villa

Approved for Home loans from following banks
  • HDFC (5244)
  • SBI (MUM95026)
  • LIC
  • Axis Bank
  • PNB Housing

Kolte Patil Ivy Villa Floor Plans

  • 3 BHK
  • 4 BHK
Floor PlanAreaBuilder PriceResale Price
Kolte Patil Ivy Villa (3BHK+3T (2,470 sq ft) 2470 sq ft)
Kolte Patil Ivy Villa (3BHK+3T (2,715 sq ft) 2715 sq ft)
Kolte Patil Ivy Villa (3BHK+4T (2,905 sq ft) 2905 sq ft)
1 more size(s)less size(s)
Floor PlanAreaBuilder PriceResale Price
Kolte Patil Ivy Villa (4BHK+4T (3,200 sq ft) 3200 sq ft)
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Kolte Patil Ivy Villa Amenities

  • Gymnasium
  • Swimming Pool
  • Children's play area
  • Multipurpose Room
  • Jogging Track
  • Rain Water Harvesting
  • Club House
  • 24 X 7 Security
  • Power Backup
  • Car Parking
  • Intercom
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Vaastu Compliant

Kolte Patil Ivy Villa Specifications

Decorative with Brass Fittings
Vitrified Tiles
Vitrified Tiles
Vitrified Tiles
Master Bedroom:
Wooden Flooring
Other Bedroom:
Vitrified Tiles
Vitrified Tiles
Acrylic Paint
Acrylic Emulsion Paint
Designer Tiles Dado
Designer Tiles Dado
Powder Coated Aluminium Sliding
Frame Structure:
RCC Frame
Concealed Copper Wiring
Modular Switches
Provision for Water Heater & Water Purifier
Jaguar/Parryware or Equivalent

Payment Plans

Payment Plan


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  • 29 Years of Experience
  • 92 Total Projects
  • 27 Ongoing Projects
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Discuss about Kolte Patil Ivy Villa

Mar 06,2013 04:45 am
I have booked 2 bhks in IVY Estate in Sept 2011 This project is very good and will give good return on your investment However some points to be considered if you are planning to live there 1 Cost of water supply is Rs 32 per sqft Which is not clearly mention in agreement At the time of possession they can charge higher amount also When I have booked the flat they didnt declare this 2 Mainteannce charge is Rs 25 per sqft per month in my agreement current rate they have increased to Rs 3 per sqft There is a clause in agreement that this is estimated cost that means again the owners will have to pay more at the time of possession 3 Ivy brochure mentions the scale in SqFt while in agreement scale is in Meter I have carefully measured it and found half feet less in drawing room balcony So pay money for it and get it less 4 They will form Association of flat owners and not the co-operative society If we consider few more points about inside amenities of flat there are lots of cutting by builder: 1 No Washbasin in common area just the provision they provided corner and water connection only Get fit the wasbasin at your own cost 2 Poor wall tiles in kitchen area and its not upto dado level only 2 feets 3 Less number of electric points 4 PVC pipes (not Iron for plumbing 5 Kitchen Otta provide at one side front wall only Generally most of builders provide L shape Kitehn Otta So again you have to spend money here 6 Only Kitchen walls and Bathroom walls will have Cement plaster rest of the flat walls will have Gypsum POP plaster Yes no more Cement plaster on flat walls I heard many builders are doing this I asked labor guys were working there that how strong this plaster is They said its stronger then Cement but if it is any water leakage in flat it will badly impact the walls There is no replacement option of items they provide For Eg if you want good quality of Kitchen tiles you can get it your own but they dont adjust cost with existing one Since I have booked the flat I have come to know these facts What will be other glitches I dont know Again Im not totally negative for this project you can certainly go for this while keeping these facts in mind There isnt any real estate project or builder exists in India which doesnt have any loopholes per problems However Kole Patil is one of the reputed builders of Pune and in Maharashtra Good luck
Mar 06,2013 04:48 am
very bad Experience with Kolt patil and specialy Mr Ram Amte who is in sales team.

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