Nepali House for sale at the Beverley Hills of Kathmandu
Last Updated on May 18, 2021
The newly built, structurally solid ‘Nepali House’ is a unique blend of traditional Nepali architecture from outside and modern facilities inside. Located at Bhaisepati Heights – sometimes also known as the Beverley Hills of Kathmandu – the property is spread in nearly two ropanis (1,000 square meters) of land full of fruit plants and trees, and space for a swimming pool.
The house consists of a large living room, four bedrooms, one family room, one study, one separate and three attached bathrooms, fitted cupboards, a modern kitchen, and AC units in all the bedrooms and living room.
The traditional-style balcony on the front of the house is a place to relax and enjoy the view. Half-covered, half-open roof-terrace balconies are designed for different purposes. The one on the north side allows to sit under the roof to protect oneself from rain and sun but allows an open view of the mountain range. The one on the south has a space for a small stage for musical programmers, poetry recitations, gatherings, etc. for guests to enjoy on the terrace. A five-minute walk away, there is a huge open space to stroll around. And, the largest and most sophisticated hospital is a five-minute drive away.
The temple tower at the top of the house provides a sitting area and a 360-degree view of the entire Kathmandu valley.
If you love art, nature, and open space, it will be difficult for you to find a better property than the Nepali House.