Mini-homes in Chilli City at new attractive prices

Ronson Development has a new super offer for its clients: mini-homes in the Chilli City property development in Tulce near Poznań can be purchased for as little as PLN 263 thousand.

Chilli City is a cozy property development located in the picturesque community of Tulce, a mere 15 minutes by car from the city center of Poznań and in close proximity to the hub connecting the A2 motorway to national highway no. 11. This property development is in perfect harmony with the surrounding green landscape. Chilli City’s characteristic attributes are embodied by low-rise row houses, each with its own garden and the property development’s open atmosphere thereby fostering integration among its residents.

Thus far, four stages of this property development have been completed. All 88 row houses in the first three stages have already been sold. Presently, the last 20 mini-homes in this project’s fourth stage are up for sale. These units contain three and four rooms on two levels with floor space ranging from 64 to 74 sqm, with their prices in the new super offer starting at a mere PLN 263 thousand for three rooms.

Chilli City’s prospective clients await a fully-furnished show unit giving them the ability to become familiar with the charm of this idyllic suburban property development and see how elegantly and functionally one can arrange a two-level residential unit replete with its own garden.

Chilli City is an investment project designed by Ronson Development, a highly reputable player on the Poznań residential market. This company is currently building the Grunwald2 property development in the vibrant center of Marcelin in the capital of Greater Poland. In addition to its operations on the Poznań market Ronson is also active in residential projects in Warsaw, Wrocław and Szczecin. During its 19 years of operations Ronson has gained the trust of thousands of clients, making it one of the leading property development companies in Poland. It has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2007.

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