TLFMagazine -Enjoy Diwali with your loved ones at these stunning homes by SaffronStays

Enjoy Diwali with your loved ones at these stunning homes by SaffronStays

Enjoy Diwali with your loved ones at these stunning homes by SaffronStays

1. HillTop Villa, Lonavala

A 3-bedroom home, SaffronStays Hilltop Villa with its wide and open spaces, minimal decor and comfy interiors is the perfect place to have fun. Peppered with bright, colourful paintings, the vibrancy enlivens the home. One of the three bedrooms is located on the ground floor while the other two are on the upper floor. Each of them are decked up in soothing tones, giving it an air of calmness and allowing the guests to fall into a serene sleep. A lounge in the plunge pool and feel the worries of the day slide away. Sit out in the balcony with a cup of hot coffee overlooking the lush greenery. Or just stretch out on the green grass as a nice little breeze kicks up in the evening.





2. Vrindavan, Nashik

Surrounded by farmlands, SaffronStays Vrindavan is a spacious 5 bedroom villa with all the comforts and luxury of a home. Overlooking the Gautami dam reservoir and stunning valley views, the home offers a soothing escape to relax and rejuvenate. The expansive home with its floor-to-ceiling windows and vaulted ceilings is constructed using rocks and stones, giving it a rustic aesthetic. Meticulously designed and built to cater to everyone's needs, the home boasts of a swimming pool, a gazebo in the lawns, a play area for children, a gymnasium for fitness enthusiasts and a home theatre room for movie buffs!





3. Bungalow 2259, Dapoli

SaffronStays Bungalow 2259 owes its name to the plot of land it is situated on. The owner is an admirer of the famous architect Geoffery Bawa who names the homes he has designed by numbers. Taking a cue from this, the owner has named the home with his lucky number - 9, as 2+2+5 = 9. Hence 2259. Nestled amidst trees and greenery, this home is built in the style of Courtyard House reminiscent of a traditional Maharashtrian Wada style home. Laterite stones are used for walls, Kadappa stones for the flooring, traditional Mangalore tiles made of clay for the roof while all the furniture and the building frame is built using teak wood. Surrounded by greenery, the home is an au naturale haven with a deliberate lack of technology which allows you to bond with your families the old school way.





4. Jade Villa, Karjat

Walk on an unbeaten path through the woods under the dense canopy of trees, cross the canal by the bridge and wander through the orchards which open to a clearing, where you'll discover the villa. A beige coloured structure with red gable roof, the 3 bedroom villa has a double-height ceiling living room that opens out to lush greenery via sliding glass doors. The vintage looking light fixtures, exposed wooden beams on the ceiling and hardwood flooring gives the room a touch of an elegant yet at the same time a rustic charm. Two of the three bedrooms have balconies attached which offers beautiful views of the verdant nature and green hills. So, rush through the home to claim the best bedrooms!





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