Begumpet (“Begum’s Place”) is an affluent neighborhood in Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It is a fast-growing residential location, situated in the North Zone of Hyderabad. Begumpet is a major commercial and residential enclave in Hyderabad, located north of Hussain Sagar Lake. Begumpet and Panjagutta are linked by the Greenlands flyover. Begumpet was once a small suburb located between Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Begumpet is named after Basheer Unnisa Begum, the daughter of the sixth Nizam (Mahbub Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VI), who received it as part of her wedding dowry when she married the second Amir of Paigah Shams ul Umra Amir e Kabir.

Some notable landmarks in the area include Paigah Palace, Gitanjali Senior School, Begumpet Spanish Mosque, Hyderabad Public School, and Sir Ronald Ross Institute. Sanjeevaiah Park is a public park on Hussain Sagar’s banks. Raja Jitendra Public School was located in the town of Greenlands until 1997. It is surrounded by Balanagar, Sanath Nagar, Ameerpet, and Bowenpally and is located near the famous Hussain Sagar Lake. Vermont Welkin Park, Lakeview Mirra Residency, Solanki Gulmohar, and Villa Heights are some of the prominent housing projects in the area. The Hyderabad Public School, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gitanjali Primary School, and St. Francis College for Women are among the notable educational institutions in the city. My Home Tycoon, Hyderabad Central in Punjagutta, Big Bazaar Family Center and South India Shopping Mall in Ameerpet are all popular shopping destinations in the surrounding area. KIMS Hospitals, VINN Multi Speciality Hospital, ESIC Super Speciality Hospital, and Asian Institute of Gastroenterology are all nearby.

Begumpet is an established residential and commercial district in Hyderabad. Horizontal residential developments in the area include low to mid-rise apartment complexes and single-family homes. It serves as a residential hub for people looking for everything from low-cost apartments to high-end residential complexes. It is ideal for both bachelors and families making it a good place to invest in Hyderabad.

This locality is an amazing investment for profits. Because it is home to some government agencies as well as Multinational National Companies (MNCs). It has good road and rail links. This neighborhood has easy access to high-quality social and retail infrastructure. As a result, this area is recognized as a handy location for residential life. Begumpet Airport is a significant landmark in the city. After the opening of the new international airport in Shamshabad, the airport was closed to commercial flights and is now only used for training and chartered flights. It is well-known for its proximity to Begumpet Airport, and because it is surrounded by excellent schools and social facilities. Begumpet is home to several government offices as well as small corporate establishments. Because of its proximity to major cities, Begumpet has gained a lot of attention in recent years for its infrastructure development, resulting in a boom in Begumpet real estate. Begumpet has a large number of properties, and more are nearing completion and occupancy. Many builders in Begumpet are constantly working to bring in more high-quality residential projects to meet the expectations of future residents. Begumpet properties are popular among home buyers due to the abundance of commercial complexes such as supermarkets, schools, restaurants, fitness centers, and banks.

Begumpet Railway Station connects the area to the rail network. Sanjeevaiah Park and James Street are two other nearby MMTS stations. The city bus service, operated by the state-owned TSRTC, connects Begumpet to major parts of the city. The metro rail has also begun and is now one of the most popular modes of transportation for students and other citizens. This neighborhood is served by the Begumpet metro station. The arterial road network provides an easy transition to Hyderabad’s busy locations and commercial hubs. The NH-44, NH-65, and Sardar Patel Road are all important roads in this area. The area is also served by the MMTS rail system and the TSRTC bus network. Begumpet Railway Station connects to various parts of the city via rail. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is 33 kilometers away. Furthermore, the neighborhood has metro access, with Begumpet metro station on the Blue Line. Major employment centers in Gachibowli, Hitech City, and the Financial District are well-connected to the area by a good road and metro rail network. Begumpet is 13 kilometers from Hitec City, 18 kilometers from Gachibowli, and 20 kilometers from the Financial District, all of which are within an hour’s drive.

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