MONSOON OFFERS :
Option A : Pre-emi offer till possession
Option B : Rental assurance from the date of possession for 12 months
Option C : Semi-furnished Villa (Modular Kitchen + Wardrobes)
Option D : Pre-GST price
Terra Alegria, a Gated Luxury Villa Community project spread over 7.5 Acres of Phase 1, 60% open space located Hoskote. This project is strategically located just off the NH4 and bang on NH 207, and offers excellent connectivity to IT Parks like ITPL,BGRT,the various state highways, the airport, the Narsapura Industrial Area & the proposed six-lane Bangalore-Chennai Expressway.
In the vicinity of m1 Terra Alegria there are renowned Schools like DPS, VIBGYOR, Chrysalis High School, Deans Academy, Whitefield Global School and Ryan International High School. It also boasts of the nearby Hospitals like Columbia Asia, Vydehi, Narayana Multi speciality, Sathya Sai General and Super speciality hospitals. It has nearby Hotels like Taj Vivanta ITPL, Sheraton, Marriot, Zuri and Alila. Also it has the neighbouring IT Parks and Corporate offices like ITPL,SJR Tech Park, Bearys IT Park ,Brigade Tech park,Salarpuria Tech park, EPIP Zone ,HP India, SAP Labs ,GE and Mercedes Benz R&D etc.. The nearest Shopping malls like Value Forum Mall, Park Square ITPL Mall, Inorbit Mall and Phoenix market city are at a very comfortable distance. Connectivity wise Bangalore International airport is less than an hour, you can reach KR Puram Railway station in less than 20 min ,Whitefield Railway Station in less than 10 min.
Terra Alegria is affordable Luxury Villas project Off Whitefield, with the best of amenities including metalled roads, concealed drainage and electrical connections, besides common amenities like a club-house, parks, Swimming Pool,WiFi Zone, provision for clinic & Super market and open spaces. The first phase is comprises 103 Villas, most of them in the standard 30x40 and 35x40 and bigger sizes .
TACSA: (Terra Alegria Community Supported Agriculture)
Terra Alegria Community-supported agriculture, commonly referred to as a TACSA model, is a system that connects the producer (being the community of Terra Alegria) and consumers (All the residents of the Terra Alegria) within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to engage in the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms. The model is a subcategory of civic agriculture that has an overarching goal of strengthening a sense of community through local markets.
People are happier when they have less choice. Yes, you read that right. Less choice. TACSA is a chance to not think about what's for dinner. You pick up your bounty and you work backward from there. Your brain is free to think about poems, the landscape, a memory from childhood, the fact that your feet hurt and you need new orthotics. Whatever. It takes one decision off your plate and replaces it with fresh food that is all delicious and good and just asking for you to do whatever it takes to bring out its natural goodness. And it trains your kids (and you) to eat what's in season and not expect unrealistic variety at all times.
TACSA will address one of the greatest food paradox - the lack of healthy food for many at a time when stores throw away good food because of an arbitrary date or to clear the inventory. Our approach combines the non-traditional community driven agriculture model by utilising the lush green open spaces of the project Terra Alegria. This approach will not only allow the residents to have the fresh food but also it helps encourage the health of each individual residents.
In return for participating to a harvest, all the residents will have an opportunity to take part in either a weekly or bi-weekly community market where all the organic farm produce can be sold to the residents at a nominal rate on a non-profit basis. The amounts thus raised from the residents will be reinvested in maintaing the organic farm in the community by way of spending towards the maintenance, purchasing the organic manures, support staff salaries, managing the water (drip) system etc and other related expenses. This works completely on a self-sustainable model. The Produce includes in-season fruits like Mangoes, chiku, banana, papaya, guava etc.; vegetables like spinach, lettuce, onions, carrot, brinjal, okra, raddish, green chilli, potato etc. Typically, the resident's association try to caress a relationship with it's residents by updating them on what is happening on the farm, inviting them for harvest, or holding an open-farm event.
TACSA is run by groups of residents who are part of the community of m1 Terra Alegria. A rotating core group of volunteers take on much of the administrative management of the TACSA. This can include signing up new residents, collecting payments, running the distribution site, handling the support staff, managing the DRIP irrigation system and planning community-building or educational events. This helps the resident's association to focus on growing and delivering the vegetables for the wellbeing of the residents.