Live Amidst Forest: Stonecraft Expands 100-Acre Eco-Community in Hyderabad

June 10, 2024: Seeking a home that prioritizes both luxury and environmental responsibility? Look no further than Stonecraft Group’s revolutionary “Woods Shamshabad” project in Hyderabad. This eco-realty project, already boasting the title of the world’s largest Miyawaki forest, is expanding with Phase 2, offering even more individuals and families the chance to live nestled within a thriving ecosystem.

Woods Shamshabad Phase 1 exceeded all expectations,” said Kirthi Chilukuri, Founder and CEO at Stonecraft Group. “This expansion marks a significant step forward in our commitment to creating sustainable and net-zero communities.”

Woods Shamshabad is currently the world’s largest Miyawaki forest. It integrates an innovative Japanese ecological restoration technique with a unique concept for daily living. As a net-zero emission and climate-responsive measure, it offers farm units encased by the Miyawaki forest.

Phase 1 comprises a three-year-old man-made forest that is already self-sustaining! Building upon the resounding success of Phase 1, Phase 2 will encompass 100+ acres of total project land, offering 150 individual units sized 1800-3500 sq. yards.

Residents of Woods Shamshabad don’t just live near nature, they become part of it. Imagine waking up to fresh air purified by a dense forest teeming with life. Picture indulging in fresh, organic produce grown right on-site. This isn’t just a dream; it’s everyday life at Woods Shamshabad.

The project goes beyond aesthetics. The Miyawaki forest acts as a natural lung, filtering air and water for the entire community. It actively combats climate change by sequestering carbon and fostering a diverse ecosystem that attracts pollinators and wildlife.

Woods Shamshabad offers residents sustainable housing options built with eco-friendly materials and designed with energy efficiency in mind. Residents can actively contribute to a greener future by participating in on-site organic farming initiatives.

Stonecraft Woods Shamshabad: Investing in a Sustainable Tomorrow

This expansion aligns perfectly with the growing demand for sustainable living spaces. A CBRE survey highlights a significant surge in this trend, with green buildings offering the potential to reduce emissions by 40% and lower maintenance costs by 30%.

Phase 1 of Woods boasts a thriving three-year-old forest with over 450,000 native trees. Phase 2 promises to be even more impressive, with plans to cultivate over 650,000 trees across 25+ acres, solidifying its position as the world’s largest Miyawaki forest.

Stonecraft Group is pushing the boundaries of sustainable development. Woods Shamshabad Phase 2 offers a unique opportunity to live a life enriched by nature, all while contributing to a greener future for generations to come.

Is Stonecraft Woods Shamshabad the Sustainable Community You’ve Been Dreaming Of?

Woods Shamshabad Phase 2 will deploy a fast-growing forestation technique that fosters the rapid development of a thriving native ecosystem. Reiterating the existing 4,50,000 trees and plants, over 150+ native trees and new plants will be cultivated, spawning an expanded, vibrant natural habitat for more than 141 species of birds and 126 native fruiting and flowering trees.

For more information on this biophilic sustainable village, visit Stonecraft Group‘s website. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of something truly special.

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