is part of Whitefield
township of Bengaluru. It lies adjacent to the second largest lake in the city, Varthur
Lake, and is home to numerous IT companies including Cisco Systems, ARM Aricent, Wipro Technologies etc. Varthur
is well-known for its events and celebrations that take place at Sri DharmarayaSwamy temple on the day of Ratha Saptami. The neighbourhood spans across a vast area and is witnessing rapid infrastructural development and expansion.
is well-connected to most parts of Whitefield
through Marathahalli flyover. Kempegowda International Airport lies at a distance of 50 kilometres from here and the nearest city railway station is at a distance of 16.7 kilometres. Hope Farm Junction is the nearest metro station which is 5 kilometres away from the locality. Being situated away from the main parts of the city, the government had proposed development of the Peripheral Ring Road
in 2013. This 51 kilometres stretch of the 200 ft wide road is expected to connect Old Madras Road
, Kanakapura Road
and provide an easier access to the airport.
being a new township, most developers have built their projects over the past few years and the apartments here feature simple but elegant modern architectural styles. There are several under-construction projects here. Varthur
, once fully developed into a township, will hold a lot of potential. Hence, the demand for property here is already on a rise. Average built-up area of the homes here ranges from 654 sq ft to 3,800 sq ft, with prices starting from Rs 3,663 per sq ft, which is considerably low.
The locality has witnessed a significant growth in real estate development and numerous schools have come up here in the past few years. Some of these educational institutions include Chrysalis High School, Ryan International,CMR Institute of Technology and Lady Vailankanni Group of Institutions. Varthur
also has good healthcare infrastructure with hospitals including Citi Hospital, Kulkarni Hospital and Government Hospital.