The Villa Sunakothi Lalitpur

CG Properties, a subsidiary of CG Holdings, one of the largest real-estate developers in Nepal, is the developers of The Villa, a housing project, in Sunakothi, Lalitpur.

The project, spread on 25 ropanies, has 71 independent luxury villas. The Villa is the third project of CG Properties after Cityscape Apartments and Cityscape Villas.

Surrounded by abundant greenery, The Villa offers homes designed to satisfy every practical need with modern amenities, offering spaces that are both functional and inspired.

The Villa has been planned and will be developed strictly as per the latest Nepal Building Code for earthquake-resistant building structure, modernist architecture and sufficient open space with 20 feet wide road to connect every villa.

The independent villas are available in different sizes—ranging from 1,450 to 2,150 sqft.

Boasting about exceptional home designs, the company offers homes to satisfy every practical need with all modern comforts utilising space to the optimum.Just a five minute drive from Satdobato, the company offers four house models -Ruby, Pearl, Opal and Sapphire to choose from. Ruby houses have four bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining room, five bathrooms, puja room, maid room, and a balcony with total built up area of 2,148.42 sq ft.

Opal has four bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining, five bathrooms, puja room, a balcony with total built up above 2,100 sq ft. Similarly, Pearl offers four bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining room, three bathrooms, puja room and a balcony, whereas Sapphire has two balconies with same specification.
Each building is be two and a half storey and have modern designs. The built up area depends on the type of building that starts at 1,449 sq ft up to 2,148.42 sq ft. Row housing is available at 2.5 annas to three annas whereas standalone houses are spread over an area of four annas to six annas.

The project has an exclusive garden space and car parks, private terrace and luxury fittings and specifications.

The Villa emphasises on use of renewable energy and will use solar-powered lights in common areas.

It also offers treated water supply to each villa, includes a underground water tank of 8000-10,000 litres and security at doorstep, which makes the project a pinnacle of luxury abode in Nepal.


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