Introducing Dlf Project Kasauli, a luxury marvel hidden in Shivalik sweet glasses. The new project is located in a vast pine forest in the heart of the Shivalik Range, connected to Garkhal, Kasauli, and Chandigarh. DLF is the only licensed colony of this size and the largest proposed development in Himachal Pradesh.
Kasauli is a mountain town in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It features colonial-era gabled houses, orchards, and a mid-19th-century green-roofed Christ Church. On the southern edge of town, Monkey Point overlooks a forest of horse chestnuts and Himalayan oaks. There is also a small temple on the mountain. Nearby, the Gilbert Nature Trail winds its way through lush green countryside teeming with birds.
The project covers an area of 58 acres and is about 4,800 feet above sea level. The Dlf project has been approved by the Ministry of Environment and Forests and follows all standards. Dlf's upcoming project is located near the Jagjit Nagar ridge, one of the best schools in North India. The DLF stations are connected by wide roads, ideal for walking and other activities such as cycling and horse riding. These residences have 24-hour electricity and water. In the state-of-the-art clubhouse of the DLF project, residents have access to the best sports facilities and exclusive leisure facilities equipped with all modern and leisure facilities, with the flexibility to integrate sports and exercise into their lives to suit their lives rhythm and timing.