Pune’s safest neighbourhoods, according to inhabitants!

Homebuyers in Pune believe safety to be an important factor in evaluating their investment. Low crime rates, regular police patrolling, well-lit streets, a lively population, and connection are just a few of the characteristics that homebuyers and tenants examine before settling on a location. Let’s look at which five Pune neighbourhoods have been deemed the safest by locals based on these criteria. Former and present inhabitants who ranked Pune neighbourhoods on a scale of 1 to 5 were among the reviewers.

  1. Hinjewadi, Pune

Hinjewadi is a well-known commercial district in West Pune, home to renowned IT firms like as IBM, Accenture, and TCS. The principal thoroughfares serving the area are the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and the Bangalore Bypass. In the insider assessment, residents living as owners or tenants rated this neighbourhood 4.4 out of five. Reviews aver that “the predominant throng here are white collar professionals”. In addition, “roads are well-maintained and well-lit.” But “vehicular gridlock” is a threat that will most likely be resolved once the Hinjewadi-Shivajinagar metro route is completed.

  1. Kharadi, Pune

Kharadi, around eight kilometres from Pune International Airport, is an upscale neighbourhood with a safety rating of 4.3 out of five. Kharadi benefits from easy access to the police station. Another reviewer adds, “Since Kharadi is a booming IT/ITeS hub with several stores and malls, most places are secure at night. Public transportation, including as buses, taxis, and vehicles, is also conveniently accessible at all times.” An apartment in Kharadi costs Rs 8,500 per square foot to buy, while monthly rentals start about Rs 12,000. Several affordable housing complexes have also been constructed in the region as part of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). 

  1. Hadapsar, Pune

Hadapsar, located off National Highway (NH) 65 in East Pune, is well-known for its industrial and information technology (IT) centres. It is a well-developed neighbourhood with “solid infrastructure,” “well-lit streets,” and “frequent police patrols that ensures a low crime rate and adds to the safety factor,” according to reviews. The average price of a property in Hadapsar is roughly Rs 7,100 per square foot. Apartments with two bedrooms are the most popular, with monthly rental costs ranging from Rs 19,000 to Rs 25,000. Almost 95% of the residential stock for sale in Hadapsar is prepared for relocation.

  1. Wakad, Pune

Wakad is a growing region featured in the Smart City concept, located near NH-48. “Wakad is a quiet neighborhood with rare incidences of theft or crime reported,” says Siddh Adhav, Owner of Global Realtors. Nonetheless, power outages are common during the summer.” Wakad flats are priced at Rs 7,700 per square foot, with monthly rates ranging from Rs 17,000 to 30,000. When the new road to Hinjewadi is finished, traffic flow in the region will be simplified, raising the area’s prominence even higher. Around 75% of the entire stock offered for sale in Wakad is ready for possession. Among the developers present are Mahindra Lifespace Developers Ltd, VTP Realty, and Goel Ganga Projects.

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.


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