Revel in the imperial Greek architectural designs by Sussanne Khan
Live amidst luxury and nature in a ‘No Chemical’ zone and tourist locale
Earn appreciation as well as rental income with the Trip Villas Offer
Greek architecture meets the verdant surroundings of Shahapur to create ‘The White Villas, Shahapur’ exquisitely designed by Sussanne Khan. With Mumbai’s intense obsession with maximum utilization of spaces, the project makes ingenious use of space. SAVV has joined hands with SSPR Group International, American Shingles, Jotun Paint, Kohler, and other well-known brands to lend the villas a luxurious feel.
Immense care has been taken in creating the layout of the villas so that you can enjoy living in a spacious home with an abundance of natural light. These twin villas with G + 1 R.C.C. framed structure and with a slanted roof with shingles, offers an open-to-sky terrace for you to relax and be in touch with nature.
Close to the property is a Jain Temple, a Gurudwara, and the Shahapur local market. THE WHITE VILLAS, SHAHAPUR RERA registration number is P51700000038
The White Villas, Shahapur rests 500 meters from the Mumbai Nashik Highway No. 3 (NH3), which is also known as Samruddhi Mahamarg as the area promises tremendous future development with property prices to shoot high.
Shahapur is an extension of Mumbai and Thane and comes under the government plan that has declared Thane as a Smart City. A tourism and holiday destination, Shahapur is a ‘no chemical’ zone. With rapid urbanization plans, the government is taking fervent steps to build an additional four-lane road for better connectivity.
The White Villas, Shahapur is 45 km from Thane and 75 km from Mumbai.
Close to Midway Park Resort on NH3, The White Villas, Shahapur is easily accessible from Atgaon Railway Station and is only 3 km from the Nashik village, Kalamgaon.
Your Home at a Glance
- Spacious bedrooms with a walk-in closet for the master bedroom and luxurious bathrooms in all the bedrooms
- French windows that overlook the outside open space for the master bedroom and the children’s bedroom on the first floor
- The rooms open into a well-designed open-to-sky terrace
- Balcony attached to the master bedroom
- Wooden finish flooring
- A ground + 1 R.C.C. framed, air-conditioned structure with a slanting roof
- Pool tables at the lobby
- A gymnasium, children’s play area, and a multipurpose hall
- Polished granite countertop
- Superior stainless steel sink with drain board
- Glazed ceramic tiles for wall dado 2′ above counter
- High-quality emulsion paint
- Provision for all kitchen electronics
- Extended outdoor utility space
- Kohler or equivalent quality faucet fittings
- Superior vitrified/anti-skid tiled flooring
- High-quality emulsion paint for ceiling
- Classy glass shower cubicle partition
- Weather resistant and concealed wiring
- Superior grade electrical switches
- Spacious room to spend quality family time
- French windows adorning the room
Sussanne Khan, the founder of India’s leading conceptual interior design company, “The Charcoal Project” brings her 15 years of experience into this project. The company offers 360° design solutions from master planning, architectural design, interior space planning, concepts, and manufacturing exclusive handcrafted furniture.
With an Associate Arts Degree in Interior Design from Brooks College, California in 1995, Sussanne Khan has added a new edge to curated interior design in India.
Her design stories are inspired by the history of art and architecture over the ages. Her signature design consists of a seamless blend of industrial masculine tone with feminine classical shabby chic.
Today, she straddles the world of fusion architecture, interior design play, and original product design. Her projects include private residences, retail spaces, corporate offices, destination villas, and architectural concepts.
The key to Sussanne’s resplendent designs lies in her philosophy, ‘It’s all in the details’. She coined a unique term that best describes her efforts in creativity ‘To charcoal’; in other words, ‘To make a thing come alive’.