Why should I buy a Dwar home?
One of the primary benefits of owning a plot of land and a stand-alone home, is that you can benefit from land appreciation. Historically land appreciation has provided maximum returns in any diversified asset portfolio. Besides, a home is probably the best place for you to secure your wealth.
What can I expect in a Dwar Home?
Dwar homes typically have a spacious open plan kitchen-living-dining area, 3 or 4 bedrooms with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom in each, sometimes an upper level family room, a pooja niche, outdoor lounge spaces (sit-outs or patios with skylights), a segregated staff area with utility space and washrooms, and a landscaped terrace with gazebo and entertainment area. Each villas is embellished with works of young talented artists and local craftsmen. You will even find design accents created by ceramist / architect Adil Writer and Mandala Pottery of Auroville. Expect well-ventilated and naturally lit layouts with a stack effect, which creates a serene, welcoming environment within the villa. Our designs align with the cosmic principles of Vaastu Shastra.
*Some specifications vary in each ‘Built to Suit’ project. Exact details are available upon request.
How green will my Dwar home be?
Every eco-villa has solar panels for hot water and a provision for photo-voltaic panels that can sustainably generate electricity. Rain water harvesting is provided and grey water reclamation is recommended in all homes. Drip irrigation systems are provided for efficient terrace gardens. Restored vintage doors and windows and recycled materials further reduce the carbon footprint of a Dwar home. Besides this, we aim at maintaining a zero-waste construction site and use locally sourced construction materials. We ensure non-toxic indoor air-quality. Upon request we could conform to LEED certified Green Homes standards, as evaluated by the IGBC.