Remote Houses

8 Houses You Thought Didn’t Exists

Being social is one integral part of our lives these days. Imagine a world where you are far far from the town, from the constant noise of traffic and devoid of any kind of interaction with people. There are chances that some might even go insane. Then again there are some who’d would want nothing more than isolation and for them solitude could mean the world.

Sheer fancy or not, built in the most remote locations, these houses around the world could be considered the most isolated. We are rather sure that you might have stumbled upon these images in your social network feeds and felt it were ‘Photoshopped’; We assure you they are not!

  1. The House on Elliðaey Island, IcelandSumadhura Group

Also known as Bjorks house, this house has every right to be in the first place. The image speaks for itself and is not at all altered in any way. Built in the 1950s, the Elliðaey Hunting Association built this lodge for their members out for a puffin hunt and they still use the hunting lodge until today.

  1. The Crystal Mill – Crystal, Colorado, USAHouses Middle of NowhereBuilt in the 1980’s, The Crystal Mill is a wooden power plant built on Colorados Crystal River. The house is difficult to access and is not open for public inspection and as on July 5th 1985, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
  2. Casa do Penedo (House of Stone) – Guimarães, Fafe Mountains, PortugalHouses in Middle of NowhereYeah this looks straight out of The Flintstones but it’s very real and is situated in Fafe Mountains and was built in 1974. Casa do Penedo roughly translates to House of Stone and the structure uses candles as the preferred form of lighting as it receives no electricity. The Casa do Penedo is made up of the four original boulders and is used as a holiday retreat now.
  3. Hermitage of San Colombano, ItalyHouses Middle of NowhereThis isn’t as isolated as the other houses in the list as passersby can get a clear view of the house but the occupants of this house has made it clear that they don’t want to be disturbed. Built in the 1319, Hermitage of San Colombano is situated one hundred and twenty meters up in the cliff face and is seemingly carved into the deep valley.
  4. Katskhi Pillar – Imereti, GeorgiaHouses in the middle of NowhereSituated 130 ft from the hills of Central Georgia, the Katskhi Pillar became the site of a small Christian church in the 7th century and for the past 20 years it’s been inhabited by a Georgian monk who does upkeep of the church as well enjoy the splendid views down below. To add to that fact, even in today’s world women are not allowed to climb to the top of the Katskhi Pillar.
  5. Solvay Hut, MatterhornHouses in the middle of NowhereBuilt in 1915, The Solvay Hut is a mountain hut located in the north eastern ridge of Matterhorn, Switzerland. Situated at 4003 metres, it is the highest mountain hut owned by the Swiss Alpine Club.
  6. Drina River, Bajina Basta, SerbiaHouses in the middle of NowhereThis small house is located in the valley of Drina River. The house is surrounded with western mountains and unspoilt nature. Its used as a holiday retreat.
  7. Just Room Enough, CanadaHouses in the middle of NowhereThe aptly titled Just Room Enough is a structure built on an island exactly the size of the house. Located on the St. Lawrence River, between Canada and America, Just Room Enough was bought by the Sizeland family in the 1950s. The island now is a tourist magnet.

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8 Real Estate Quotes to Live By

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  1. ”In the real estate business, you learn more about people, and you learn more about community issues, you learn more about life, you learn more about the impact of government, probably than any other profession that I know of.” – Johnny IsaksonSumadhura Group
  2. “Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” – Franklin D. RooseveltSumadhura Group
  3. ”In a crowded marketplace, fitting in is a failure. In a busy marketplace, not standing out is the same as being invisible.” – Seth GodinSumadhura Group
  4. ”Every sale has five basic obstacles: no need, no money, no hurry, no desire, no trust.” – Zig ZiglarSumadhura Group
  5. ”Make sure everyone who works with you or for you, feels the need to tell others about the incredible experience.” – Chris MurraySumadhura Group
  6. ”Not only do you have to have content in your digital and inbound real estate marketing strategies, but content that gets an LOL, gets read, noticed, shared, clicked, and commented on is how YOU make a human connection in today’s noisy, multi-device world.” – Laura MonroeSumadhura Group
  7. ”Not following up with your prospects is the same as filling up your bathtub without first putting the stopper in the drain.” – Michelle MooreSumadhura Group
  8. ”To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” – Douglas Adams

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Flats in Bangalore

7 IMPRESSIVE STATS OF INDIAN CONSTRUCTION SEGMENT

  • 2nd largest employer and contributor to economic activity, after agriculture sector. The construction sector accounts for second highest inflow of FDI after the services sector and employs more than 35 Million people.
  • 50% of the demand for construction activity in India comes from the infrastructure sector, the rest comes from industrial activities, residential and commercial development etc. The Indian construction industry is valued at over USD 126 Billion.
  • Indian cities contribute significantly to India’s GDP. As per a mid-term appraisal in 2012, the urban share of the GDP was 62% – 63% in 2009-10. This was further projected to increase to 70% – 75% in 2030.
  • In 2001, about 286 Million were living in urban areas across India. It had the second largest urban population in the world. As per the Indian Census, 2011, the urban population had increased to 377 Million, thereby registering a growth of around 32%. As per recent estimates, nearly 590 Million people will live in Indian cities by 2030.
  • Between 2005-08, the real estate sector grew by about 30% annually before slowing down significantly due to a 2008 global financial crisis. It grew by about 8% between 2009-11 and 6.5% in 2012-13.
  • As per industry estimates, the Indian real estate market is estimated to be approximately USD 78.5 Billion in 2013 and is expected to grow to approximately USD 140 Billion by 2017.1
  • According to FICCI-EY Real Estate Report 2013, India’s real estate requires about USD 42 Billion (excluding housing for economically weaker sections) in investments by 2015. Residential real estate alone will require an investment of USD 29 Billion.

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places to see in whitefield

7 WOW elements of Whitefield

In the late 1800’s Whitefield was established as a Eurasian and Anglo-Indian agricultural settlement by the Maharaja of Mysore. Located in the eastern part of the city and now housing many Multinational companies and some of the largest IT Parks in the country such as ITPL, Whitefield is one of the fastest if not the fastest growing neighbourhoods in Bangalore.

Playarena:

Play Arena is a multiple adventure sport venue spread across 4 acres and is a great place to let go and unleash your emotions. Housing a separate kids play area and a skate park among many other facilities, Play Arena is liked and suitable for people of all ages to take part in fun activities. Whether you are a paint ball fan and like to shoot some paint balls at your opponents or like to take part in team and endurance sports, Play Arena has a lot to offer to its visitors. Play Arena is also a great place to just relax, go a few laps in the crystal clear swimming pool and unwind.

http://indimotard.com/

For all adventure seekers, speed junkies and bike enthusiasts alike, Indimotard has a lot to offer. Since its inception in Bangalore, Imotard has gained a lot of popularity among the youth in the city especially for the Motorcycle tours and Greasehouse customs services.  For everything ranging from designing and organizing customized tours for enhancing your experience on motorcycles to getting your bike tuned to perfection and even customized to your requirements, Indimotard is a one stop shop for all riders in the city.

Aryurvedagam:

Want to get away from it all, but don’t have time to travel? Ayurvedagram which means Ayurvedic village, is located in whitefield and is among the top five Ayurvedic health spas in the country. It is a great place visit and rejuvenate yourself through the various natural Ayurvedic treatments offered here. This wellness retreat has all the modern amenities and is spread across 9 acres surrounded by lush greenery. Ayurvedagram, along with being a peaceful retreat in the city, is also a treatment centre with numerous services offered to people for a number of ailments ranging from joint pains, stress management and women health programs to weight loss issues and lifestyle disease management.

The Zuri:

With a lot of luxury hotels located in Bangalore, the Zuri at whiteifeld has managed to set itself apart with an array of facilities catering to both your business and recreational needs. Located close to the IT hub, the Zuri – Whitefield is the preferred choice of many professionals who visit the city. A poolside bar “Infinity”, a bar with dance floor “Bling” are among the top attractions in The Zuri. A world class spa with a host of services and the roof top Restaurant/Lounge that serves some of the most delectable dishes add to the elegance and charm of this 5 star hotel.

Memorial Church:

The Memorial Church is one among the only two remaining “Original Anglican” churches in Bangalore City. Affiliated to the Traditional Anglican Communion in India, the Memorial Church is located at Whitefield and has been here since 1886. The recent celebration for its Quasquicentennial Year (125th year) was celebrated in a grand manner with various activities and outreach programmes organized by the church.

 

Burger king:

Burger King, started in 1954, is the second largest fast food hamburger chain the world. With its extensive menu and very competitive prices Burger King is a great option for all foodies in the city, especially in Whitefield. It is located in what is one of the most attractive and popular malls in Bangalore – Phoenix Market City at Whitefield. Burger King’s interactive website and the option to order online make it even more convenient for its customers to enjoy their favourite among all the savory dishes.  For all shoppers visiting the Mall the ambience of this Burger joint makes it a great place to take a break, grab a bite and hang out with friends as well.

 

Varthur Lake:

It is the second largest lake in Bangalore and is located in whitefield. The plush greenery surrounding the large lake adds to its charm. Varthur Lake was constructed over 1000 years ago over a vast 216 hectare expanse for agricultural purposes in nearby villages. It is now the preferred choice for many who visit this place to get away from the city life closer to nature.