Rose Villa Heritage Homes to be first retirement home scheme in Jaffna

Retiring schemes are today considered one of the best long-term investments and for the first time in Jaffna, the Rose Villa Heritage Homes presents the perfect investment opportunity, for both senior citizens and interested investors.

Two of the proposed seven houses of phase one of the retirement scheme have already been purchased. In a bid to promote healthier, cleaner and peaceful living in tranquil surroundings, the present owner M. Yoga, an engineering professional based permanently in Norway, has begun the transformation of his property into a luxury retirement housing community.

With the infrastructure development across the country, Jaffna too is undergoing rapid rebuilding and construction, ensuring the long-term investment credibility of Rose Villa. The 6710 square meter expansive property itself is a unique selling proposition, located in Uduvil, an agricultural village that is now a developing residential area situated along the main Kankesanturai Road, 10 km north of Jaffna City.

The Inuvil railway station, Maruthanaarmadam and Chunnakam markets are all within a three kilometre radius from the property. The residents will also have easy access to cultural venues and religious places of worship, as well as the Northern Central Hospital in Jaffna for medical purposes. Direct telemedicine services will also be roped in from Canada.

Security, ambiance and easy access to support services have been the main points of focus in the construction of the housing scheme. Each housing unit will be 89 square meters with a six-perch land area per house. Each house will be fully furnished and consist of one large bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a walk-in closet area, kitchen with modern amenities, veranda, living and dining room.

Smartly designed to benefit the residents and their daily activities, Rose Villa units will include a home automation system, CCTV and fire safety systems, hot/cold water supply, electricity supply with a functioning solar panel system for backup power, telephone and WIFI Internet connection, laundry services and handicap facilities. Conveniently, there will be two separate rooms available on rent for family or friends visiting residents. As a gated community, around the clock security is guaranteed.

A total of 2813 square meters from the entire property will be used as the communal area, which will include a common garden with walkway and lighting, as well as a car park. An in-house caretaker will be tending to the public garden and communal areas where yoga lessons and gardening practices will be carried out for residents to promote overall wellness of mind and body. The management will also engage a service management company to provide other support services such as cleaning, cooking and maintenance of the homes, ensuring utmost comfort to the residents.

“Investment aside, Rose Villa has also created employment opportunities to the residents of Uduvil and neighbouring villages,” Yoga commented.

“We have set off a chain of economic developments that will benefit the area as a whole. We are looking forward to the successful completion of phase one of this project, to offer the new owners the independent lifestyle they invested in.”

With phase two of the construction, Rose Villa residents will be introduced to a more active social life, with a proposed clubhouse that is set to include a restaurant, laundry, room for rental, library, fitness centre and Ayurvedic spa, as well as a swimming pool.

Source : http://epaper.dailymirror.lk/epaper/viewer.aspx

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