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Award winning Project, Gold Coast, as the name suggest, is the epitome of gold class living in the bustling mini city of Crossings Republik. Probably the only project delivered in the promised time, Gold Coast was delivered with exquisite finishing and elaborates quality standards in just 30 months.
Here Our Prices are inclusive of:
*Free Wooden Work
*Free Modular Kitchen
*Free Chimney in Kitchen
*Fancy Lights & fans in all bedrooms
*Free RO in Kitchen
*Free Fighting System 
* Free EDC and IDC
* Free 2 KVA Meter
* Free 1 KVA Power Backup
It’s time to raise the bar of what you expect from a home. It’s time to realize that a home is not just four walls rather it constitutes the surroundings as well. It’s time to experience life not in an isolated residential tower but of a sprawling township. Gold Coast promises the dawn of a new lifestyle. Of living in a well-ensconced township, where apartments are Golf Course facing and where round the clock view of serene lake greets you.

Visit - http://www.skbdevelopers.com/goldcoast/
Call us - 9999-666-722










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