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rohini sector 24
Delhi
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    6,881 / sq ft
    avg. price (1,2,3 bhk)
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    11,033 / month
    avg. rent (2 bhk)

Rohini sector 24 Property

  • Builder Floor (75)
  • Apartment (1)
  • 1 bhk, 23 L - 25 L

    6,053 - 7,246 /sq ft
  • 2 bhk, 28 L - 70 L

    6,512 - 9,294 /sq ft
  • 3 bhk, 45 L - 1.2 Cr

    7,224 - 13,953 /sq ft

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rohini sector 24

5,438 - 11,089-

Paschim Vihar

8,880 - 15,476-

Rohini

4,161 - 14,628-14.8%

Safdarjung Enclave

13,968 - 27,835-47.8%

Uttam Nagar

1,188 - 41,5417.2%

Vasant Kunj

5,421 - 30,1395.1%

Defence Colony

21,480 - 42,208-16.5%

Greater kailash 1

15,175 - 78,639-30.5%

Malviya Nagar

5,319 - 13,92231.3%

Raja Puri

1,390 - 5,746-

Uttam Nagar west

2,684 - 8,109-
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