Al Sahib Heights E-11 Islamabad Payments Plans For Apartments

Al Sahib Heights E-11 Islamabad Payments Plans For Apartments Al Sahib Heights E 11 Islamabad: 1, 2 & 3 Bed Apartments Are Available On 18 Months Payment Plan Al Sahib Heights is the new residential / apartment project in Islamabad by Al Sahib Builders. Al Sahib Heights is located on Margalla Road in Sector E-11 Islamabad. Al Sahib Heights is offering Studio, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments. Studio Apartments are available on cash payment only. 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments are available on cash payment and also on easy installments of 1.5 years. Al Sahib Heights is ideal for living and also for real estate property investment. Al Sahib Heights is Strategically designed to give you everything that you want to achieve in your life for yourself and your family. The Project as such is ultimate living destination for those who value supreme comfort and enduring peace blended together. Keeping your convenience in mind, Al Sahib heights have been constructed to be a master piece of architecture and the same time affordable choice of true luxury. FEATURES At walking distance from F-11 Ground plus 8 storey project Al Sahib Heights is a complete residential project Basement floor is dedicated for parking Each apartment has separate terrace Quality tiles for bathrooms and kitchen Quality electric cables, switches and light fixtures Booking details, prices and installment schedules of Al Sahib Heights Studio Apartments are available on cash payment only. 1, 2 & 3 Bed Apartments can be booked on 25% down-payment. Balance amount is to be paid in 18 months installments. Possession of Apartments will be granted after 12 months. STUDIO APARTMENT Covered area = 300 SQ FT Price = Rs. 1,500,000/- 1 BED APARTMENT Covered area = 550 SQ FT 2 BED APARTMENT Covered area = 900 SQ FT 3 BED APARTMENT Covered area = 1350 SQ FT For more detail call me 0334 9545 271 0321 5566644

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