Buy 1 to 5 Acres
Pillar Investments, Coffee Estates presents you the tailored package of 1 to 5 acres of Coffee Estate, for your long term standarded income.
Kodaikanal is one of Tamil Nadu's finest hill stations. It is situated 7,200 feet above sea level amongst the picturesque western ghats of India. Kodaikanal is located in the palani hill range and is under the administrative control of the Dindigul district of Tamilnadu
The nearest railway stations are Palani Station (64 kilometres or 40 miles) north, Kodaikanal Road Station (80 kilometres or 50 miles) south east, Dindigul Junction (100 kilometres or 62 miles) east. Madurai Junction(114 kilometres or 71 miles) nearly east.
From Madurai Aarappalayam bus stand and Batlagundu frequent bus services are available. Also buses available from Palani, Kodairoad & Dindigul.
The 2–3-hour drive to Kodaikanal via the steep and winding Ghat roads from Palani or Batlagundu is a memorable experience. Travellers may stop at turnouts on the road and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Palani hills. There is a 49 km shortcut road from Periyakulam to Kodaikanal via Kumbakarai and Adukkam, was laid recently.
Reach Kodaikanal from Kodai Road (80km), Dindigul or Madurai and then take a cab/taxi to Kodaikanal. The drive from Kodai road takes approximately 2 hours while the drive from Madurai takes approximately 3.5 hours and from Dindigul it takes about 2 hours.
From Cochin/Kochi (Kerala) is 295km via the hill station of Munnar(kerala). The route to be taken is Kochi-Muvattupuzha-Kothamangalam-Adimali-Munnar-Devikulam-Poopara-Bodi-Theni-Kodaikanal which is the NH49 Kochi-Madurai.
From Alappuzha or Kottayam, the route is via Kumily along Kottayam-Kumily road, KK Road
Upto ₹.1,40,000 per acre (Excluding Matainance Cost)
₹.50,000 per acre
Yearly once, After the Harvesting period.
Immeditate registration in your desire name, after the agreement is signed.