SOBHA Victoria Park pays homage to the Victorian era and is an ode to English living! These homes offer a peek of the past that is seamlessly merged with everything new. They have steeply pitched roofs, elaborate gables, and a multitude of modern facilities. One of the new housing societies in Bangalore North that is still under construction is Sobha Victoria Park phase in Hennur Road. The Sobha Victoria Park phase offers flats for sale. The community will be equipped with the necessary amenities and services to meet the demands and specifications of homebuyers. Sobha Limited Bangalore is offering Sobha Victoria Park Phase 1 for occupancy in December 2027.
|Investing In The Best Location
1.30 Cr* Onwards
Site & Floor Plan
Hennur Main Road, located along the New Airport Road, is a major artery connecting the Hennur neighborhood to nearby communities. The Hennur major road links to the Outer Ring Road about 6 miles northwest of the Benniganahalli Flyover. People who want to live close to the city and have quick access to the airport frequently choose to live on Hennur Road. Puravankara Developer, DS Max, Shell Promoters and Infra Pvt. Ltd., MDVR Projects, and Salarpuria are essential construction companies in and near the Hennur major road.
About Sobha Limited
With a strong aim to "transform the way people perceive quality," Mr P.N.C. Menon launched SOBHA Limited in 1995 after gaining three decades of illustrious experience designing the interiors of palaces and masterpieces throughout the Middle East. The most reputable brand now and the only backward integrated real estate operator in the nation is SOBHA, a 40 billion rupee firm. Since its inception, the Company has continuously worked to achieve benchmark quality, a customer-centric approach, robust engineering, in-house research, unwavering business ethics, timeless values, and transparency in all areas of business conduct, all of which have helped to make it a popular real estate brand in India. When SOBHA went public in 2006 through its IPO, the transaction made history when it was oversubscribed a record-breaking 126 times.