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The SOBHA Sentosa consist of a grand clubhouse with an abundance of impressive amenities will be on sale with thrilling indoor sports to engage in leisure time, a swimming pool for the ultimate rejuvenation, a gym, and a jogging track for the gym-goers. There will also be a tennis court for sports enthusiasts. Wonders of the countryside and park, where you can relax, take a stroll and spend a good time with loved ones amid tranquillity, fresh air, and greenery.

Key Highlights SOBHA Sentosa
  • 7.5 Acres of Total Project Area
  • Total 533 Numbers of Apartments
  • Configuration: 1 BHK and 3 BHK
  • RERA Awaited
Aminities at SOBHA Sentosa
  • Vitrified/ceramic tile flooring and skirting
  • Plastic emulsion paint for walls and ceiling
  • Ceramic tile flooring
  • Ceramic wall tiling up to ceiling
  • Plastic emulsion paint for ceiling
  • Ceramic tile flooring
  • Ceramic wall tiling up to false ceiling
  • False ceiling with grid panels
  • Ceramic tile flooring and skirting
  • Granite coping for parapet/ MS handrail as per design
  • Plastic emulsion paint for ceiling/ false ceiling as per design
  • All walls painted in textured paint
  • Concrete treads & risers
  • Textured paint for walls
  • Plastic emulsion paint for ceiling
  • MS handrail
  • Vitrified/ceramic tile flooring
  • Ceramic wall tile for walls
  • Plastic emulsion paint for ceiling/ false ceiling as per design
  • Granite coping for parapet/ MS handrail
JOINERY Main Door:
  • Frame – Timber
  • Architrave – Timber
  • Shutters – with both side HDF skin
  • Bedroom/Bathroom Doors
  • Frame – Timber
  • Architrave – Timber
  • Shutters – with laminates on both sides

All other external doors to be manufactured in aluminum/ UPVC extruded frames and shutter with panels. Aluminum glazed windows.

Apart from SOBHA Sentosa, there are many residential projects in east Bangalore. The Bren Imperia by Bren Corporation offers 2.5 and 3 BHK luxury apartments in Bangalore with the price range of 99 lakhs to 1.4 crores in Haralur Road East Bangalore. The averages ask price per sq ft is around 7500 rupees. The 16 acre land provides luxurious lifestyle to the residents with the world-class amenities and infrastructure.

The Mythri Sapphire ranges between 52 lakhs to 75 lakhs and offers 2 BHK for sale in Bangalore and 3 BHK apartments in Panathur and there are many under construction projects in Bangalore. The builders in Bangalore are selling it during the pre-launch sale and this is a great property off Sarjapur Road.

Then there is Mana Uber Verdant II by the Mana Projects Private Limited that offers you 3 BHK flat to buy in Bangalore and 4BHK apartments in Panathur and the average ask price per sq ft is around 6450 rupees. The residential apartments range between 1.1 crores to 2.6 crores. The property is expanded in 6.65-acre land with beautiful surroundings and nature is breathtaking.

The Mana Capital ranges between 75 lakhs and 2 crores offering 2, 3, and 4 BHK apartments in Panathur. The size ranges from 1059 to 3446 sq ft in size and more than 20 amenities are provided inside the property.

The Bhavisha Bentley Greens: the project has 2 and 3 BHK apartments in Bangalore those are ready to move in apartments in Bangalore. There are a total of 192 units, in the size range of 887 to 1219 sq ft and the price ranges between 31.93 lakhs to 43.88 lakhs.

The 18 & Oak by Propline Realty has residential plots in Bangalore, with 2 bedroom apartments and 3 BHK bedroom apartments in Bangalore and the project is complete and ready to move for the residents and the price range is between 2 crores and 4.5 crores.

The entire residential tower projects are well structured with all the amenities one could ever need with the reputed schools, hospitals, and other civic amenities nearby. The maintenance staffs are available all the time; there are plenty of trees and garden views from the property. The landscapes are perfectly crafted with all the facilities.

Also check list of Amenities and Facilities for Homebuyers

Many first-time homebuyers have only a broad list of needs and wants in mind when they tell a real estate agent what they're looking for in a home. They aren't fully aware of all the features and amenity options that are out there.

More than half of all homebuyers told the National Association of Realtors that they had hired an agent to choose a home because they wanted help in finding the right one. One of the really great things about giving your agent a detailed list of the features you're looking for is that they can use technology to find that perfect home for you.

Choose the home with a good location if you have a choice between one with all the features you want in a bad location, or a home in a good location with only some of the amenities you're looking for.

You can always add amenities to a home in a good area, but you can't change a bad location. Narrow your list down to your top three to five neighbourhoods. Talk to people who live there to find out whether those places are indeed where you might want to live.

Let your agent know the ZIP codes you'd like. You can also define the area by street boundaries so your agent can draw a map search. Location types can include a view of coast, city or hills, waterfront, greenbelt, golf course, suburban, city, raised elevation or mountains, cul-de-sac, a dead-end street, or a gated community.

Exterior Features

We all have some idea of what our perfect home would look like from the street. The exterior features are twofold. You have the home's construction. These choices consist of adobe, brick, and concrete block, log and metal, stone, straw, or wood. You also have the exterior material, such as brick, cement siding and lap siding, metal siding, vinyl siding, shingle, stone, stucco, veneer, or wood.

The Style of the Home

You have many choices here. An A-frame is a house style with a sloping roof line that resembles the letter A, thus the name. A bungalow is a single story, although some have a second story built into a sloping roof, often with dormer windows.

Colonial homes have two to three stories, fireplaces, and brick or wood facades. Floor plans have traditional layouts. Kitchens, dining rooms, and living rooms are on the first floor. Bedrooms are on the upper floors.

The design of contemporary-style homes grew out of the Industrial Revolution. It includes cottages, domes, logs, Mediterranean style, ranches, Tudors, and Victorians.

The Roof

You also have many options for roofing material. The most feasible choices include composition shingle, concrete tile, metal, rock, shake, slate, tar, tile, or wood.

The Yard

Your yard allows for more customization than most other aspects of your home. You'll have to decide on the size and what type of landscaping you want. You can choose from many amenities and features from there, such as gardens, automatic sprinklers/ drip/ misting systems, swimming pool or sport pool, a deck, a courtyard, a patio (covered or uncovered), or an outdoor kitchen.

Decide on the Type of Home You Want

You should look at many types of homes before making a purchase. Your decision often depends on your family situation. You may need a single-family home (attached or detached), duplex, halfplex, condo, townhome, or a manufactured home.

Think about a few other things after you decide on the type of home you're looking for, such as its age and the year it was built.

Decide on how much square foot you want, the number of baths, the number of stories or levels you need, the orientation (the direction in which home faces), the utilities, the HVAC system (central heating and air conditioning, propane, gravity, floor, or wall), parking areas and a garage, and RV parking or boat storage.

Interior Features

A home doesn't stop at bedrooms, bathrooms, and a kitchen. Decide whether you would want to make plans for a loft, a den, a home office area, a home theatre, a media room, a family room, a gym or workout room, a library, a butler's pantry, a sun room, a basement, guest quarters, or wine storage.

The Flooring

Flooring often varies by room. Some of the most common options include carpeting, marble, wood, concrete, bamboo, stone, tile, laminate, cork, vinyl or linoleum, manufactured wood and waterproof vinyl planks.

Home Amenities and Features

Homebuyers often desire certain features in their kitchens, master bedrooms, baths, and dining rooms. A growing number of buyers prefer to have home energy features, including accessibility options. Some of these can be added later as a home improvement project, but the cost to do so can be extreme.

The Kitchen

A kitchen area might include built-in or freestanding appliances of stainless steel, colored, or cabinetry match. Counters can be granite, marble, ceramic, stone, wood, laminate, or synthetic. The sink can be farm-style, dual, or triple.

Give some thought to islands, wet bars, and dining bars. Then there are under-cabinet lighting features, recessed lighting, pendants, warming drawers, wine refrigerators, and trash compactors.

The Dining Area

This area can include space in the kitchen, a breakfast nook, a dining/ family room combination, a dining/ living room combination, a formal dining room, or an outdoor kitchen.

The Master Suite

Some things you might want to think about when it comes to the master suite include size, whether it has a balcony, outside access, a private patio, or a remote area such as a sitting room or office. What's its floor level? Does it offer surround sound, a fireplace, a wet bar, or dual walk-in closets?

The Bathroom

Think about the sink type in this area (dual or triple), as well as built-in dressing vanities, vanity shelves and mirrors in showers, jetted or sunken tubs, a separate shower, rain shower heads, stone or tile surfaces, outside access, skylights, and heated floors.


You have many options here, including attic fans, ceiling fans, dual or triple pane windows, programmable thermostats, single flush toilets, window shutters, solar heat, solar plumbing, solar screens, storm windows, a tankless water heater, skylights or sky tubes, or a whole-house fan.


Accessibility features include extra-wide doorways, ramps, grab bars, lower counter heights, and walk-in tubs and showers.

Using a List to See Properties

Most MLS systems used by real estate agents to find homes contain search parameters. Some will let you exclude certain types of factors, which can be helpful to you. Your agent can exclude all homes with carpeting from your search if you really, really don't want to buy a home with that feature. Maybe you'd like to install hardwood floors.

The more closely you define your parameters, the fewer homes you may find that are right for you. It's often best to be less precise if you don't feel really strongly about having or not having some features.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are house amenities?

Amenities are any additions to a home that are considered valuable to tenants or buyers. They can be public amenities, such as nearby highways, shopping centres, and public transit. They can also be private amenities that are specific to the property, such as major appliances, detailed finishes, and large yards. Amenities may be included in the initial construction of the home, or they may be added in subsequent renovations.

What amenities decrease the value of your house?

Homebuyers don't always agree on what makes an amenity valuable. Especially when it comes to public amenities, many potential homebuyers want to be close but not too close. Living next door to a mall is convenient, but it could also be loud, and retail shoppers could take up your street parking spaces. The same goes for highways, which are convenient while you're driving but noisy when you aren't.

Source: The Balance

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