‘Transport, shopping options are not very good’
I own a 3BHK, 1672 sq ft apartment in Sonipat-Kundli. I moved into this project called Sunshine County by Ansal API three years ago. The township is located 2km from NH1. There are a total of 638 apartments in the complex ad around 300 families have already moved in.
The unit cost me around ` 60 lakh then and the price has almost doubled.
I generally drive to my workplace that is located in Delhi. It takes me about 15 minutes to reach the border from my house but on a bad day, traffic jams can make life miserable as they last for over an hour. While the environment here is good and the air pure, we do not have basic facili- ties such as ATMs, hospitals and chemist shops within the complex. Public transport is almost nonexistent. One has to depend on Delhi or the main Sonipat market for weekly shopping. I bought a 2,833 sq ft apartment three years ago in Kundli for about ` 70 lakh. My family moved in from a plotted house that I owned in Sonipat city. The idea was to shift to a gated community that was located close to Delhi.
As many as 1000 families have moved into the township and majority of them are all from Delhi.
The developer has also arranged for a bus service to ferry the residents to the nearest metro station located in Delhi.
The Delhi border is barely 15 minutes away. While there is a school within TDI City where I reside, the area lacks good hospitals. For weekly s hopping and malls, one has to depend on retail spaces within the township or travel to Rohini, which is the nearest shopping destination in