5 international proudly presents to you Bungalow Plot on Hill Top situated in Village Gonawadi (Mulshi ) in Tamhini Ghat, Situated on the crest of the Western Ghat mountain ranges, Tamhini Ghat is noted for its surroundings comprising scenic waterfalls, lakes and dense woods. A beautiful place for a second home and perfect for long term investment.
Mulshi is to the west of Pune and close to Lonavala as well as Konkan region. Mulshi Dam and the surroundings are full of natural beauty that includes a dam, a hilly region of Sahyadri’s deep forests and forts like Dhangad and Koraigadh. Water of Mulshi is used for generating electricity. It is one of the major electricity projects in Maharashtra. The beauty of Mulshi Lake can be observed from ‘Valanewadi’ – 6 km from Mulshi. Sahyadri is famous for its deadly hills and its beauty. Both the things can be observed here. The hills of Ratnagiri and hill ranges of ‘Hattihant’ and ‘Pagota’ are huge ones and terrific. Some of these hills are almost 4000 feet high. There is one platue here popularly known as ‘Lavmal’. Mulshi is very near to Pune and a short trip here can be arranged. One must enjoy the marvelous lake, the dam, forest and hilly region of Mulshi. If you are lucky then you can enjoy boating here as well.
Getting in to Mulshi is through a beautful and scenic highway that starts from Pune. The start of the highway is from ‘Chandni Chowk’ off the Mumbai-Bangalore highway and snakes its way through Mulshi via the industrial township of Pirangut. The total drive from there on is about 50 odd km that takes about 45 – 60 minutes. Traffic here consists mostly of local ST buses and local two-wheelers. Take care to watch out for the completely chaotic village-squares which will have hawkers completely occupying the road at these junctions.The road to Mulshi takes a turn at the ‘Tata Dam’ which is a hydroelectric plant, which you need to cross over into a small ghat and over to the start of the hilly roads thereon. A landmark there to watch for is the CMT management training center which you will cross on the way.Immediately on is a local favorite stop called ‘Paradise Cafe’ which features some of the best views of the dam and lake below accompanied by some really good chicken (if you are into that sort of a thing). The place is owned by the Bedi’s who in general are extremely good people to talk to.Just a little ahead of Paradise Cafe is ‘Lake Side Residency’. For foodies only these two places might suit well.
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