Guduvanchery isa fast developing suburb, located 35kms from Chennai along National Highway 45. It is situated between Tambaram and Chengalpattu on GST Road. The road eventually ends at OMR at Thiruporur, making it a vital road connecting GST and OMR and the coastal areas. Presence of Mahindra World City and SEZ as well as companies like Accenture and Fordis transforming it into a residential neighbourhood.
The average price of apartments in Guduvanchery is Rs 3,800 per sq. ft. The average price of an independent house here is Rs 4,550 per sq. ft. Residential plots are priced at around Rs 1,300 per sq.ft.
Being on the GST Road, Guduvanchery is well connected with Chennai as well as other South Indian cities. Nellikuppam Road, Lake View Road, and Station Road offer the locality good connectivity. A number of buses ply through the locality, making stops at Srinivasa Puram Bus Stop and Guduvancheri Bus Terminus. The neighbourhood is servedbytheGuduvancheryrailway station of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network – it connects the locality to Chennai Beach, Nungambakkam, Egmore, Kodambakkam, St Thomas Mount, Meenambakkam and other places. Chennai International Airport can be reached within an hour.
There are many restaurants and supermarkets in the area. The locality has a police station and a fire station.
Christudas Hospital, Sri Venkateswara Clinic, Vasantham Clinic are some of healthcare centres in Guduvanchery.
Schools in the localityinclude VidyaMandir, Loyola Academy, Mahindra World School and Shree Sankalpa School.Guduvanchery is close to SRM University and a host of affiliated institutions like Valliammai Engineering College; SRM School of Management and SRMMedical College are located in Potheri.
Guduvanchery has several lakes and parks around like the Nandeeswarar Temple Lake, NandivaramPond, Ponniamman Lake, ThaangalEari, Rajiv Gandhi Nagar Lake, Thiruvalluvar Park, and Potheri Park.
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, Good Shepherd Church and Jumma Masjid are some places of worship in the locality.
Article written by: Anita Kurup
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