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XSam Ace Thomas Feb 8 ■ 2 min read
DLF Skycourt Gurgaon
DLF Sky Court is a well-designed housing project which is spread across an abundant land parcel. The project has been divided into two smaller complexes. This also has a standalone tower, which offers common amenities to both the complexes. One can certainly opt for a residency from 3 BHK apartments with the areas covered vary between 1846 square feet to 1860 square feet.
The project site is located in sector-86, Gurgaon. Smooth traveling experience is ensured here through a 150 meters wide Dwarka Expressway, National Highway 8 and Pataudi Road. Metro station and Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) have also been proposed at a short distance from the project site. Its neighborhood is formed by DLF New Town Heights—Sector 86 and Ansal Heights II.
It offers great interior specifications that meet the global standards. The developer of The Sky Court boasts high-quality wooden flooring in the bedrooms as well as imported marble flooring in the living and the dining room. Toilets here have glass shower partition, high-quality sanitary and CP fittings. The project has a great floor plan to suit all the requirements of the inhabitants.
DLF The Sky Court comes with exceptional amenities such as gymnasium, swimming pool, parka, reserved parking, kid’s play area, and games room. Also, round-the-clock security is ensured at the sky court. Fire sprinklers, fire detectors, CCTV cameras, boom barriers at entry and exit, etc. are a system installed to make sure of the safety and security of inhabitants.
DLF Sky Court is developed by DLF Limited. Some other projects by the developer in Gurgaon are DLF Primus, DLF Regal Gardens and much more. DLF Ltd is also known for its project in different cities. DLF Group has primarily developed residential, commercial, as well as retail properties.
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