Home is the place where children spend most of their time apart from schools. It should not be a place where children are constantly in front of some of the other screens playing games or even studying all the time, rather, it should be a place that is safe and secure for children to play outside and have fun, and participate in various activities which are both interesting and learning.
The basic checklist for house-hunting stay all the same, however, buying a home for kids adds certain other points to it, these are-1.Location
The location of the house or of the society should be easily accessible, and any location in or around a metro city would be the best suited. Moreover, not only the accessibility of the house but amenities around the location, the kind of neighbourhood, pollution, traffic, etc. are also some of the important points to ponder over.
However, a Kid Centric Home project can solve many of the above-mentioned problems like – pollution, neighborhood, amenities, and many more!2.Safety
Neighborhood safety is one of the topmost concerns, especially among working parents. Make sure that the neighborhood you choose to buy a house in, is friendly and safe, however, it is better to prefer housing societies with 24×7 security and a gated complex.3.Schools
It is no rocket science that top-tier (preferably CBSE) schools should be present around the location of the house you choose. Note that just one school isn’t enough as it leaves you no choice, always prefer a location with at least 3 to 4 good schools around it.4.Hospitals and malls etc.
Other amenities like hospitals, malls, shopping centers, etc. are equally important. You won’t want to travel several kilometers in case of a medical emergency. The locale of your chosen house should be calm and peaceful but not absent from these facilities.5.House Dimensions
Once the outside of the house is good to go, this is the next important aspect, the house should ideally not be very big or very small, it should fit your family’s needs. Make sure that the house is not very cluttered, and has ample open space for the children to feel at ease while they are home.6.Amenities
Pause a bit and look at the amenities from the children’s perspective, if possible, take your kids on house-hunting and ask them what they’d like for their home to have, it can be sports facilities, music classes, or a swimming pool, can be an art and crafts hub, etc. Instead of toiling for a house with all these facilities nearby, it is better to look at various housing societies or Kid Centric Homes that provide some or all of these activities in their campus itself.7.Activities
Human being is a social animal, and childhood is the foundation of any human, hence various fun and socializing activities are necessary for children to be able to socialize and communicate freely in the forthcoming stages of their lives. The presence of facilities isn’t enough, there should be a facilitator for the children’s safety as well as for making sure they participate in those activities.
It is not very difficult to find a housing property that ticks all the aforementioned checkpoints. Ashiana Housing has been pioneering India’s Kid Centric Homes with currently 1300+ happy families across 3 projects. These projects are are-
In addition to these basic amenities, we have various sports as well as leisure facilities like – Lawn Tennis, Badminton Court, Skating Rink, Basketball Court, Cricket Pitch with Net, Gymnasium, Table Tennis, Swimming Pool, Amphitheatre, Kids Play Area, Media Hall, Party Hall, etc.The presence of facilities isn’t enough for children to involve themselves, hence we have a specialized ‘Live and Learn’ program through which we aim at organizing all kinds of fun and learning activities which not only help the children in socializing with their peers but also in exploring their passions and interests.Ashiana Housing’s KCHs are the best-in-class and provide an unparalleled holistic, nurturing environment to the children. Visit our site today to book a trial or a site visit to any of our projects, we are firm believers of What You See is What You Get.
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