Your home tells the story of who you are—it is a place of love and adventures, it is where memories are made. Interestingly, deciding to buy a house is easier than picking the right one from a dizzying variety of residential projects in Chennai.
Even ahead of its handing over, Splendour is one of our most popular properties. We believe that it is because people can truly imagine their lives here. While designing, we kept in mind the people we were building for, and their stories. These incredible journeys could be yours. Here’s life in all its splendour.
Gender bending (s)heroes
Purchasing a house is special. But a home gifted by one’s own children is truly priceless. In a fascinating role reversal, daughters have progressed from inheriting properties to presenting them. The women of today are fiercely independent with a keen sense of responsibility. Buying a house for parents is a beautiful expression of love and assures the much-needed security in old age. Kavita, a 28-year old genetic engineer working in Switzerland, shares her heartwarming story:
“I have seen my parents slog to give me the best of everything. My dad always hoped to buy a house but he willingly gave up his dream to sponsor my Master’s degree in the U.S. So, on his birthday I wanted to surprise him with the keys to a new house. After looking at several flats in Chennai, I carefully chose a beautiful 2BHK in Appaswamy’s Splendour, a gated community with 24-hour power backup, a nice walking track, lots of greenery, and even a theatre. It will be a relief to see my parents finally relax and spend their retirement gleefully, in the comfort of their own home.”
Life outside the man box
There was a time not too long ago, when men were breadwinners and women were in charge of meals. But today, gender compartments are crumbling faster than sand castles. We have observed an increase in the number of men living alone in flats in Chennai and surprisingly, they run the kitchen with the same aplomb that they run their jobs. Matthew, a 28-year old Chartered Accountant says:
“This apartment was one of my first and best investments. I have always been independent and enjoyed solo-living. After a long hard day at work, I like to unwind at my own pace – go for a run or a swim, read a book, cook a nice meal, a glass of wine, things like that. Freedom and privacy are very important to me, nonetheless the parties I throw are legendary!”
Your house, your rules
Young couples are fast tracking their retirement by working doubly hard and investing in property. They are giving themselves and their parents privacy and building their own nests. Apartments with easy accessibility, amenities like fitness centers, and good eat-outs in the neighborhood find favor among new home buyers committed to building a future together.
“My husband and I work hard, exercise harder, and party hardest. We wanted to cut short the time we spend on the road, so we bought an apartment in OMR, close to both our offices. With a modern gym, well-kept gardens, and several great restaurants in the vicinity, our swanky new apartment checks all the boxes.”
– Archana, Information Systems Manager
Bid farewell to compromises
Life is a rush in the modern society and parents with young kids juggle several important responsibilities. Oftentimes, tiresome commutes keep them from being fully involved in the lives of their kids. It is only natural that homebuyers looking for new projects in Chennai prioritize proximity to work and school over other factors. Raghavan and Vishaka, discovered a perfect haven in Appaswamy Splendour.
“We both have demanding jobs that keep us in office for long hours. We currently stay close to our kids’ school which is on the other end of our workplace. We are more than thrilled to have bought an apartment in Appaswamy Splendour. It is a stone’s throw away from work and there’s a leading international school in the vicinity. There is a well-equipped gym, play areas, a big swimming pool, and beautiful gardens. It’s a win for everyone in the family, no more compromises. We can’t wait to move in!”
– Raghavan, RPA Project Manager
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