Projects in Alibaug, or rather properties in the area are getting glamorous with each passing day. With the B-town celebrities, business tycoons and other members of the high society having second homes or holiday homes here, that does not come as a surprise! Also called as Martha’s Vine yard of Mumbai, Alibaug in the recent past has grown in popularity and has a number of sparkling projects to boast about. Here, Nautilus, a residential project by Mark Ventures needs a mention. Hang on if you want to know how cool it is to stay in the vicinity of glimmering beaches!
Nautilus, the name is inspired from a marine mollusk, called Nautilus which outgrows its shell and then enlarges it by adding a new chamber to its shell for next phase of its life. Likewise, in this integrated township of Nautilus, the residents get a chance to re invent and rediscover themselves and get ready for a beautiful new phase of life. An integrated township, Nautilus comprises Studio Homes, 1 BHK and 2 BHK apartments in Alibaug with a quintessential Konkan region theme. Sleek and refined interiors with premium fittings and fixtures are endearing here. The attached balconies facilitate stunning vistas of the surroundings including unexplored, shimmering beaches and sea forts.
However, even though beaches and forts are just about walking distance away and the whole project has a rustic feel, the lifestyle amenities here transport you to a typical suburban neighbourhood. The project features a shaded seating area, a senior citizen plaza, play area for children, state-of-the-art clubhouse, party lawn and more. There is something exciting in store for all members of the family at Nautilus. The cherry on top is that similar to projects in Talegaon, Nautilus is just about an hour or so from Mumbai, Gateway of India, from where you get a ferry to Alibaug. Further it is just about 5-6 hours from Pune, a perfect situation for those who want to take a breather and let their hair down, away from the harrowing city life. When it comes to projects in Alibaug, it cannot get better than Nautilus, considering all these aspects. What do you all think?!