Skyline Kotte reaches final phase; to be unveiled this December

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Skyline Kotte has reached its final phase of construction and is to be unveiled by December, 2017. 
Located at No. 633, Bangala Junction, Kotte, the 30-unit luxury apartment complex provides 5-star living at an affordable price.  Complete with a rooftop swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, spa and gymnasium, Skyline Kotte brings a new level of luxury to the lush, green hideout of Kotte. 
Priced at Rs. 19.9 million and upwards, Skyline Kotte features a dual-elevator system, parking with separate entrance and exit, 24-hour security and surveillance, and much more. Apartments range from 1301sqft to 1434sqft, and include 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid’s quarters, pantry, living area and 3 balconies. All apartments are fitted with luxury fittings and feature an elegant, mahogany and steel finish.Our Apartments are in highest quality and lowest price.
Skyline Kotte provides easy access to several major towns within Colombo, including Battaramulla, Nawala, Nugegoda, Maharagama and Rajagiriya. With all the major conveniences at your doorstep, such as supermarkets, restaurants and retail stores, Skyline Kotte provides the perfect setting for a relaxing and comfortable living abode.
With only 20 apartment units remaining, potential buyers are offered a 5-10 percent discount upon half/full upfront payment (please inquire for more details). Skyline Kotte is affiliated with several leading banks in providing home loans and payment packages for prospective buyers.  Mock apartment is ready for the inspection.

 

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