The more purist I will say that this is not a Palace. But to see the details of this House I am sure that we can consider it as a 21st-century palace. I particularly love the symmetrical facade and the appearance provided by the brick. Let’s look at the design in detail.


On the front, in the middle of construction, we have the porch which is a balcony, entering we find a great receiver. To the left of this we have the formal living room. On the right is the dining room. On the front we have stairs, the toilet, and a corridor that leads to the private area of the House. On the left side we have the master bedroom with bathroom en suite and walk-in closet, and on the right side we have the family, room which is connected with the kitchen through a bar, kitchen with island, the breakfast room, a laundry room, another toilet and garage for two cars. All these rooms overlooking the rear garden.

On the upper floor there is construction above the garage. It is a space more small but very interestingly distributed. The stairs give directly to a games room which features a bar. We have three bedrooms. Two of them share a twin bath and the other shares it with the room. We also have a library and stairs leading to the attic.

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Rajesh Kumar