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Coimbatore located at the foothills of the Nilgiris, and surrounded by mountains and forests on the western and northern sides, Coimbatore is the second largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is popularly addressed as ’The Manchester of South India’. An important industrial city, it is home to a number of textile factories, hosiery units, engineering firms, and automobile parts manufacturers.


Originally Coimbatore district formed part of the Kongu country, the history of which dates back to the Sangam age. It is found that in early days the area was inhabited by tribes, the most predominant among them being the Kosars who are reported to have had their headquarters at Kosampathur which probably later became the present Coimbatore. However, tribalpredominance did not last long as they were over-run by the Rashtra Kutas. From Rashtrakutas the region fell into the hands of the Cholas who were in prominence at the time of Raja Raja Chola. On the decline of Cholas the Kongu territory was occupied by the Chalukyas and then by the Pandyas and the cysalas. Due to internal strife in the Pandyan kingdom the Muslim rulers from Delhi happened to interfere. Thus the area fell into the hands of Madurai Sultanate from whom the Vijayanagar rulers wrestled for the region during 1377-78 after overthrowing the Madurai Sultanate. For a few years the area remained under independent control of Madurai Nayaks.


The third largest city of the state, Coimbatore,is one of the most industrialized cities in Tamil Nadu, known as the textile capital of South India or the Manchester of the South, the city is situated on the banks of the river Noyyal, Coimbatore existed even prior to the 2nd or 3rd century AD by Karikalan, the first of the early Cholas. Among its other great rulers were Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas, Pandyas, Hoysalas and the Vijayanagara kings. When Kongunadu fell to the British along with the rest of the state, its name was changed to Coimbatore and it is by this name that it is known today, except in Tamil, in which it is called Kovai.


There is a huge potential for local, national as well as international builder & developers in the real estate sector in Coimbatore. Due to development of IT sector and industrialisation Coimbatore is one of the focus point from real estate angle. Again real estate projects in Coimbatore are in the booming position in real estate india. The area like Saravanampatti property, Trichy Road Property, Avinashi Road property are now very appropriate area for property investment in Coimbatore. Again coimbatore become an another attraction point for NRIs for Real Estate Investment.



Coimbatore district is one of the biggest districts in Tamil Nadu with lot of tourist attractions, shopping centres and places to worship

  • Aliyar Dam, Near Pollachi.
  • Thirumurthy Dam, Udumalpet. 
  • Amaravathy Dam, Udumalpet. 
  • Kovai Kutralum, Perur, Coimbatore. 
  • Siruvani Dam, Near wallaiyar. 
  • Black Thunder (Water Sports), 
  • Narayanakavi Memorial, Udumalaipettai
  • Valparai Hill Station. 
  • Cholayar Dam, Valparai. 
  • Kadamparai Power House, Valparai 
  • Tamilnadu Agri. University Botanical Gardens 
  • Horticulture Farms, Kallar, Near Mettupalayam. 
  • Vaitheki Falls, Narasi Palayam 
  • Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park (Top  Slip), Pollachi 
  • V.O.C Park, Coimbatore 
  • Karamadai Range Forest eco-torism 

 
Transportation

The city is known as the “Manchester of South India” and has a large number of engineering and automobile firms, educational institutions and service and hospitality industries. The state is surrounded by hills of the Western Ghats and forms a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.The district covers a total area of 254 square km and has a tropical climate. The city can be visited round the year and is easy of access by air, roads and railways. Here we give you the some details about transportation and access in Coimbatore.

  • Air : Peelamedu Airport is the nearest airport to the city. The airport is located 10 km from the city centre. Major airlines operate fights between Coimbatore and New Delhi, Mumbai, Madras, Calcutta, Cochin and Bangalore.
  • Railways : There are two railway stations at Coimbatore. They are the Coimbatore Junction Railway Station and the Podanur Junction railway station. These stations are connected by daily trains from Madras, Calcutta, Cochin, New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore
  • Roads :  The city of Coimbatore is well connected by roads and has a well developed road network. Three National Highways that passes through the City are National Highway Nos. 47, 67, and 209. Buses are available for Interstate travel from the Central Bus Stands situated at Gandhipuram.


Distance from Major Cities :

  • Distance from Chennai: 532 km
  • Distance from Ooty: 98 km
  • Distance from Kanyakumari: 457 km
  • Distance from Tirupati: 479 km
  • Distance from Madhumalai: 135 km
  • Distance from Kodaikanal: 1688 km
  • Distance from Kochi: 190 km
  • Distance from Madurai: 227 km
  • Distance from Bangalore: 330 km
  • Distance from Vellore: 363 km

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  • Coimbatore Locality Map

  • Property Distribution

    • 12% - Apartments / Flats
    • 13% - Bunglow & Villas
    • 46% - Residential Plots
    • 1% - Builder Floor
    • 27% - Independent House



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