Introduction: National Regent Court is located in Kochi.
This project provides all facilities that a modern property buyer would want to have. The Project is a part of the suburban area of Palarivattom. Palarivattom is linked to neighboring localities by wide roads. Residents of the locality have easy access to public utilities like schools, colleges, hospitals, recreational areas and parks. The facilities inside the complex are elegantly crafted.
Units and Interiors: Readily available housing options here include apartments of different dimensions. The size of Property available in this project varies from 1105 sq.ft. to 1521 sq.ft. National Regent Court floor plan enables best utilization of the space. From elegant flooring to airy balconies, standard kitchen size and high-quality fixtures, every little thing here gives it an appealing appearance.
The master plan of National Regent Court includes many facilities that collectively ensure a serene way of living. Secured playground has been provided for children. Complete electric supply has been ensured with complete safety via high-quality wires and PVC conduits. Safety is certainly a prime concerns while purchasing an house. Owing to its safety features, National Regent Court is a relaxing accomodation for you and your family.
National Builders heralded a classicism in the art of home making. In a
short span of just 25 years National Builders re-wrote the rules of
graceful living by completing over 100 projects in Navi Mumbai and
Kochi. Every project of National is a landmark which needs no address
proof. It is an ISO 9001:2008 certification.
The Chairman and Managing Director of National Builders, Mr. M.C. Sunny,
an amazing visionary. Keralite who holds the honor of fulfilling the
aspirations of Non-Resident Indians who dreams of a serene but splendid
National homes never stop at being mere places of living; rather it
goes on proclaiming one's own personality and making style statements.
Everything about National is a pleasure for generations to come. The
innovation and vision with which a National home is built is well
embodied in its fine blend of beauty and utility. The cut above the rest
is in continual improvement and upgradation. There is no reason to ask
why some of the affluent citizens, upwardly mobile businessmen,
industrialists, corporate figures and government elites prefer to be
under one roof.