Housing Board Colony is a well-known neighborhood of Ambala. Several educational institutes, entertainment centers are located in and around the area, which makes living here extremely convenient. The presence of well-equipped healthcare centers and hospitals in close proximity makes the Housing Board Colony one of the sought-after residential destinations in Ambala. The presence of basic amenities and other facilities has made the home seekers look for properties for sale in Housing Board Colony.Connectivity in Housing Board Colony
Commutation is hassle free for the residents of this locality. The Housing Board Colony is well connected to different parts of Ambala through excellent road connectivity and bus services. The railways station and inter/ intra city bus station are just a few kilometers away from the Housing Board Colony. With state and other local buses, travelling to nearby locations is very convenient. Good connectivity is one of the major reasons why demand for property in Housing Board Colony is increasing rapidly.Real estate in Housing Board Colony
In the last few months, the Housing Board Colony has witnessed prolific and exponential growth and it has now turned out to be one of the most proffered residential hubs in the Ambala. Smooth connectivity is one of the major reasons for the increase in demand for property in Housing Board Colony. The rapid pace of development is attracting many builders to purchase plots in Housing Board Colony so that they can construct affordable houses for the home seekers.
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