Did you know that Delhi is the densely populated city home to some of the largest schools, shopping malls, and most exclusive residences? Delhi has some of the poshest areas in India, We have a list of the most unique, unnecessary, and insignificant places, the most expensive places to live throughout the capital.
Lutyens Bungalow Zone
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The Lutyens Bungalow Zone in Lutyens Delhi is undoubtedly the most beautiful place in the capital; plays a long list of city politicians, businessmen, and world-renowned businessmen. The site was named after British artist Edwin Lutyens who engraved the design with neatly arranged streets, lush green gardens, and several chic landscapes.
It is home to many ambassadors across the country, five-star hotels, and an expensive market of Connaught Place, the heart of the capital. With Prithvi Raj Road and Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Road being part of this area, houses here are among the highest prices in the city, if not the country!
Sunder Nagar is located on Matra Road, south of Old Fort and close to Delhi’s Zoological Park. This marketplace in Central Delhi is known for being a place for various exhibitions and craft shops. Due to the size of their high-tech, stylish products, the market cannot withstand change, and maintains a reputation for attracting high-quality residents and glitterati of the city with its luxury resorts!
Shanti Niketan is a high-end residential market in the city’s specialty industries. Its proximity to other posh sites such as RK Puram or Vasant Vihar with famous schools and state-of-the-art shopping malls makes the area very interesting. The site was originally designed for city government officials, however years ago, the buildings were sold in the open market; it has now been converted into a high-quality facility that can only be provided by people with deep pockets.
Golf Links has long been listed as one of the best places in Delhi, located in the heart of Lutyens Delhi and lies very close to Delhi Golf Course where the colony gets its name. The area is considered to be one of the most expensive areas in the country, with rates of ups and downs in the sky at around Rs 4 lakh / sq. yard * woah *. And it is one of the safest places to live, in the heart of the city, with security around the clock from private security firms and the police everywhere!
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This high-rise venue in Central Delhi is also home to some of Bollywood’s top officials and politicians such as Sonam Kapoor – Anand Ahuja, Kapil Sibal and others. It is well connected by road and straight road and is also very close to Safdarjung Tomb, Khan Market and Lodhi Garden, which are some of the most popular places to have fun
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Mayfair Gardens is an independent colony housed within the Hauz Khas, neighboring Padmini Enclave. This small colony is home to only 63 houses and 38 dwellings, enclosed on all sides and located right next to the Mughal rock with its many parks for recreational purposes. This clever place would certainly be the choice of many people because of its lucrative nature, as well as the unusual and unassuming road conditions.
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Vasant Vihar has always been one of the most talked-about places in South Delhi, close to IGI Airport and a long list of beautiful hotels that cater to many tourists visiting the capital. One of the most expensive resorts in Delhi, home to several agents and a market for everyone of all ages. A long stand for small crowds with the first PVR theater and several restaurants and lounge areas.
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Anand Lok is a small special place that many people would like to live in because of its unique location. This area is almost one of the healthiest places in Delhi, either Hauz Khas, Green Park, Greater Kailash, or South Extension. It lies on the same street as the Ansal Plaza Mall, one of Delhi’s largest and oldest shops still holding a never-ending charm.
The area is surrounded by well-known DU colleges and the Siri Fort Sports Complex, which adds to the charm of the area. So, staying in Anand Lok automatically makes all the exits easy whether it’s shopping, food or just wandering around.
New Friends Colony
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New Friends is one of the richest and richest places in South Delhi. The area is divided into two parts; East and West, where rates of high wealth in the sky and a crowd of high people; houses some of the oldest residents in Delhi. It has one of the oldest hotels in the capital – Surya, with a peppy public market home to some of the most popular restaurants, restaurants, and exotic restaurants that never fail to impress with the well-known New Friends Club; it is still a prominent part of the capital
Great Kailash II
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The home of the famous M-Block Market full of some of the best restaurants found throughout Delhi, GK II is another great place in Delhi. Aside from the many markets, it is home to many great brands, popular food members like Starbucks, salons like Tony & Guy, and other great places to shop. Around the market is a large area boasting magnificent homes and apartments, including the King’s and Queen’s Court buildings.