Spread over 9.3 acres comprising 36 high-end villas, it is likely to be ready in 2 to 3 yrs
villas ARE IN. Bangalore-based Nitesh Estates has recently launched a high-end villa project in Goa - Nitesh Fisher Island, their sixth project launched this year. The size of the project is pegged Rs 300 crore.
Spread over 9.3 acres and comprising 36 high-end villas, it is expected to be completed in 2 to 3 years. The project is targeted at upper-crust clientale, both Indians and NRIs. The villas are priced between Rs 8 to Rs 10 crore.
Says Ashwini Kumar, chief pperating officer of Nitesh Estates, "We are very happy to launch Nitesh Fisher Island. The natural scenic beauty of the location is the single-most compelling reason for creating this villa community."
It is located on the banks of the River Sal, close to the pristine white sandy beaches in south Goa at Cavelossim.
According to him, there is lush greenery all around and across the wide river, with the hills in the background covered with vegetation. A suitably private place.
Nitesh Estates said the villas are designed for those looking for some soulful moments, away in the quiet, besides offering a better lifestyle.
Set along the River Sal, the villas are designed as an individual's own personal oasis with a private lap pool, spacious decks and balconies, water views and expansive glass walls to enhance the connection with nature at every turn, Nitesh said.
"Luxury knows no bounds and the properties are designed to include everything that pampers your soul, mind and body. It is for those jet-setting people who are looking to steal quality time and seek resort-like experience, complete with spas, a private swimming pool, water sports, a jetty and everything that one could aspire for," Kumar adds.
There are many global things about Nitesh Fisher Island villas. They are designed by international architects CPG and the interior design firm is in the hands of global firm - Warner Wong. In addition, more than 70 per cent of the area is covered with landscaping and water bodies - designed by Belt Collins, a leading international landscape firm.