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Capital Smart City Islamabad

Islamabad

Residential Apartments

Flats/Apartments

660 sqft Flats - 856 sqft Flats

Note: The data is based on sale of 32 House(s), 11 Apartment(s), 483 Plot(s), 0 Shop(s)

Commercial Plots

4 marla Plots - 1 kanal Plots

Price Comparison

AreasHouse PriceShop PricePlots Price
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
Per sqft
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
93.32%
0%
0%
0%
68.43%
62.81%
81.04%

Price Range

PKR 3.4 lacPKR 8.6 crore5 marla1 kanal
PKR 2.69 lacPKR 36.1 lac660 sqft856 sqft
PKR 1.5 lacPKR 62.1 crore3 marla1 kanal

Capital Smart City Islamabad Description

Capital Smart City Islamabad itself is a mega development in real estate precinct. Following the mantra of being a new destination, it is the first smart city of Pakistan. Capital Smart City Islamabad envisions to become one of the Pakistan’s biggest eco-friendly city. This quality residential project seeks to deliver luxury living experience with all other necessaries of life. All the prime provisions of superior residence are keenly concentrated in this housing project. Adjacent to the new Islamabad International Airport, it is an upcoming desirous location to settle in. Lies in the territory of the capital city, this housing society is not far away from the city as Kashmir Highway is a straight route providing smooth access to this area. With new other housing societies being developed and emerging rapidly around this particular housing society, it is easy to establish that this part of the capital is going to have a well-settled neighborhood in near future. The location is so ideal that it allows you reach out to other cities and villages around it via multiple routes; drive down on GT Road and Rawalpindi is right there, take Qutbal road, and you will reach Fateh Jhang in few minutes, from there it leads all the way to Kohat, drive straight on Kashmir Highway and you reach Blue Area Islamabad in 30 minutes.  

Capital Smart City Islamabad Videos

buying guide for Capital Smart City Islamabad

1

Property buying is always a huge investment, so make sure to verify the documents from Capital Development Authority (CDA).

2

Basic or mid-ranged survey is fine with newer properties, but higher-level inspection is recommended for older properties. It may add more cost to your budget but it will surely save you thousands.

3

Make sure you take all the costs into consideration including the property price, payment to the solicitors, stamp duty, survey fees and estate agent’s fee.