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Property Details

Excellent Independent Residential House / Very Good Neighborhood / Calm & Pleasant / West Facing Corner Plot / Access from both Western & Northern Sides of the compound / Three Phase Electricity / Municipal Water Connection / Own Well with Perennial Water Availability / Submersible Pump & Overhead Tank / Car Porch / Large Sit Out / Living Room / Dining / Large Kitchen / Breakfast Nook / Pooja Room / Bedrooms with built in niches to install wardrobes / Baths / Walk in Wardrobe Room / Second Open Hall in First Floor / Terrace for Garden / Study Room / Storage Room at Attic Level / RCC Sloped Roof / One Mango Tree / Two Coconut Trees / Other Garden Trees & All Spices Tree / Architect Designed / Vaasthu Compliant Design / Approximately 1750 SFT of Carpet Area / 7.5 Cents / Wooden Doors & Windows In Very Good Condition / Sparingly Used Building in Excellent Form / All Ownership & Legal Papers in Order / up to date taxes paid / resources available for document verification & registration process.

Amenities

  1. Landscaped Garden
  2. Private Well with pump
  3. Compound wall and gate

About Thrissur

Thrissur pronunciation originally Thiru Siva Peroor and previously known by its anglicised form as Trichur, is the fourth largest city, the third largest urban agglomeration in Kerala (Pop. 1,854,783) and the 20th largest in India. It is also the headquarters of the Thrissur District. The City is built around a 65-acre (26 ha) hillock called the Thekkinkadu Maidan which seats the Vadakkumnathan temple. Thrissur was once the capital of the Kingdom of Cochin. It is located 300 kilometres (186 mi) towards north-west of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.
Thrissur is also known as the Cultural Capital of Kerala because of its cultural, spiritual and religious leanings throughout history. It contains the Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy, Kerala Lalithakala Akademi and Kerala Sahitya Academy. The city hosts the Thrissur Pooram festival, the most colourful and spectacular temple festival in Kerala. The festival is held at the Thekkinkadu Maidan in April or May. Thrissur has a large number of well-known temples including theVadakkumnathan temple, Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple and Paramekkavu temple, and the Guruvayur temple as well as two famous churches, the Our Lady of Lourdes Syro-Malabar Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral and the Our Lady of Dolours Syro-Malabar Catholic Basilica.
Thrissur has historically been a centre of Hindu scholarship. The city has one of the most important temples of Hindu Shaivism, that is the Vadakunnathan temple. The district is also home of one of the holiest Hindu Vaishnava temples, the Guruvayur temple. Christianity, Islam and Judaism entered into the Indian subcontinent through the Thrissur District. The works of scholars and Eastern Christian writings claim Thomas the Apostle to have set foot in Muziris near Thrissur 2,000 years ago. (AD 51–52) The country’s first mosque, Cheraman Juma Masjid, opened in AD 629. Thrissur has opened the gates or Arabs, Romans,Portuguese, Dutch and English.Wikipedia

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