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Havicus Group Europe builds beautiful luxury villas in Sri Lanka


By Dr. Srimal Fernando Asia Correspondent.                                                              


The four-day “Sri Lanka Expo 2012 which concluded on 31 March was an international-scale Business to Business exhibition of the best Sri Lankan products aimed at foreign buyers. On the sidelines of Expo 2012 the Havicus Sri Lanka stall was located at the F section of the exhibition, in the Bandaranaike Memorial International Cultural Hall (BMICH) and was a crowd favourite amongst the buyers and visitors from home and abroad.

Havicus Sri Lanka is run by a Belgium high-end real estate developer Havicus Group from Europe. Under the guidance of Chairman Alain M.J Tijtgat the Group has launched a seven year real estate development and Investment plan to be put into action from 2009 to 2016 in Sri Lanka. The Havicus Sri Lanka focus on the marketing of luxury villas at Matara Fort Paradise, situated 160 kilometers South of Colombo, Kalpitiya Lagoon Paradise situated on the western coastal belt, north of Colombo and Nilaveli Beach Paradise situated on the north-east coast of the country.

Havicus Sri Lanka offers another type of premium villas identified as Golden Shells Paradise. Golden Shells is a highly conceptual project with architectural feats in a technical as well as artistic sense. The company offers villas that can be built on land that the company offers to the buyer or on a piece of land that the buyer proposes to the property developer.

The nine luxury holiday villas at the Matara Fort Paradise is expected to be concluded by September 2012. The exact spot where fabulous residencies will be built is at the end of a quiet lane surrounded by palms that holds a panoramic sea view to the Indian Ocean and the river Nilwala known as Blue Clouds river within the  historical and archaeological Dutch Fort of Matara built around A.D 1640. It will be built on a spectacular, splendidly quiet private location perched between the sea and sky, nestled in seaside fishing hamlet situated 160 kilometers South of Colombo. The Matara Fort Paradise development project will have two types of villas with its own unique features. The construction team at the Matara Fort Paradise consists of Belgium architects and engineers complimented by Sri Lankan professionals.

At 130 km north of Colombo on the Western coastal belt, Havicus Sri Lanka offers four different types of environmentally-conscious; eco-friendly exclusively designed 26 quality houses surrounded by palms at the lagoon beach side. The project is named as Kalpitiya Lagoon Paradise. Kalpitiya is a peninsula set in between the lagoon of Puttalam to the east and the sparkling waters of Indian Ocean to the west. The beach and the lagoon is within easy reach from the houses at the Havicus property in Kalpitiya.

Nilaveli is situated on the north-east coast of the country. One kilometer from the coast of Nilaveli you can find one of the two marine national parks in Sri Lanka, the Pigeon Island National Park. The Nilaveli Beach Paradise property of Havicus Sri Lanka, presents Nilaveli Beach Paradise, an imposing 12,000 square meter private hide-away. It will have five modern luxury beach villas located at the tranquil settings of Kuchaveli and Nilaveli.

Nilaveli Beach Paradise villas offer a panoramic view across the picturesque white sandy beach of the Indian Ocean and Pigeon Island. All the spacious luxury holiday villas are situated on the white sunny beach of Nilaveli. They offer views extending over a few kilometers of quiet sandy beach of Indian Ocean and the Pigeon Island.  

Every property of luxury villas and residences owned by the Havicus group checks thoroughly all legal aspects including clear deeds and necessary approvals prior to selling.

Alain Tijtgat, Chairman of Havicus Group Europe was quoted as saying “We always build as if it were for ourselves. Every house could also be our possible home, for us and for our team, this is the only way to provide you - and thus ourselves – inner peace”

In this year of 2012, Havicus Sri Lanka is going to enter a transition period to the next stage from designing and constructing of villas and residences to investing and selling of these Havicus property to buyers from home and overseas.

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