Ratnagiri Real Estate, 1 BHK 2 BHK Flats in Ratnagiri, Property in Ratnagiri

Ratnāgiri is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Ratnagiri District[1] in the southwestern part of Maharashtra, India. The district is a part of Konkan division of Maharashtra.

The Speciality of Ratnagiri district is that 6 out of total 43 Bharat Ratna Awardees, 
India's highest Achievement Award, are from here.
 
Ratnagiri is located at 16.98°N 73.3°E.
 It has an average elevation of 11 meters (36 feet). The Sahyadri 
mountains border Ratnagiri to the east. Heavy rainfall results in highly
 eroded landscape in the coastal region, but fertile alluvial valleys in
 the region produce abundant rice, coconuts, cashew nuts, and fruits, 
"Hāpus" (Alphonso) mangoes being one of the main fruits. Fishing is an 
important industry in Ratnagiri.
 
The Government of Maharashtra under the Department of Fisheries established the Marine Biological Research Station (MBRS) in 1958 at Ratnagiri, which is presently attached with Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli, Dist.: Ratnagiri. The research station has a 10 hectare area as field facility including a three storied building at main campus, a well equipped 'Aquarium and Museum', a modernised brackish water fish farm, a Mechanized Fishing and Research Vessel, Seed Production facilities and various laboratories at its disposal.
The Marine Biological Research Station, Ratnagiri is one of the premier institutes, especially in the South Konkan Coastal Fisheries Zone, having a mandate for development of fish production technologies, transferring the technologies to fish culturists, entrepreneurs and the industry, and generating professionally trained manpower in fish culture
There are many Forts along the sea cost as well as along the Hilly areas near western Ghats. They are Hill Forts-Mahipatgad,Sumargad, Rasalgad,Prachitgad,Palgad, Mandangad fort, Govalkot,Bhavangad, Maimatgad Sea Forts-Bankot,Suvarnadurg,Fattegad,Gova Fort, Gopalgad, Jaigad, Vijaygad, Ratnagiri fort, Purnagad, Ambolgad, Yeshwantgad.

Ganpatipule is situated along the western coast of Maharashtra 375Km south of Mumbai, along the Konkan coast. Ganapatipule is one of the most spectacular beaches along the Konkan Coast - an idyllic gateway that attracts peace-seekers, beach lovers, and pilgrims alike.
The temple of Swayambhu (Self-originated) Ganesh is much frequented by thousands every year. The God is considered to be the Paschim Dwardevta (Western Sentinal God of India), and those who visit Ganapatipule, make it a point to pay their respect to this great deity.
Aside from its clean beach and clear waters, Ganapatipule is rich in flora, including mangroves and coconut palms. Here, you can leave the hectic world behind as you laze around on golden sands or explore the many trails that lead from the beach.

Water Sport facility available (Except during monsoon).

When to Visit
  The winter season is most pleasant, with temperature dropping at nights, the ideal months to visit being November to January.

What to Carry
  Preffered clothing include loose cottons, although warm clothing during winter nights is recommended. Sunscreen and beachwear is a must.
  Swayambhu Ganapati Temple - Ganpatipule is an important pilgrimage centre. The temple is known for it's unique idol of Lord Ganpati and its magnificiant temple. The temple is 40 years old and is at the foot of a hillock. Most pilgrims take a 'pradakshina' around the hill instead of just the temple.
Marleshwar - 60km from Ganapatipule, is famous for its Shiva temple and waterfalls.
Derwan - 85Km from Ganapatipule is well known for its Shiv Shristi (an exhibition on Chhatrapati Shivaji).
Parshuram - 112Km from Ganapatipule, is known for the Parshuram temple.

Thibaw Palace is the place where the last Burmese monarch, King Thibaw, was sent to exile. Though this palace is not as ornate as the palace of Rajasthan, its location is very unique, overlooking the Ratnagiri Bay. A beautiful Buddha idol, brought by King Thibaw, is placed at the back of the palace. The Burmese teak wood used to build this place still has a charm. Situated on a hillock, the palace affords beautiful views of the Someshwar Creek and Arabian Sea. Statues as old as 6 CE are now housed here as part of the museum.
-- Read more: https://www.ixigo.com/thibaw-palace-ratnagiri-india-ne-1076265

Thibaw Palace is the place where the last Burmese monarch, King Thibaw, was sent to exile. Though this palace is not as ornate as the palace of Rajasthan, its location is very unique, overlooking the Ratnagiri Bay. A beautiful Buddha idol, brought by King Thibaw, is placed at the back of the palace. The Burmese teak wood used to build this place still has a charm. Situated on a hillock, the palace affords beautiful views of the Someshwar Creek and Arabian Sea. Statues as old as 6 CE are now housed here as part of the museum.
 
Thibaw Palace is the place where the last Burmese monarch, King Thiba, was sent to exile. Though this palace is not as ornate as the palace of Rajasthan, its location is very unique, overlooking the Ratnagiri Bay. A beautiful Buddha idol, brought by King Thibaw, is placed at the back of the palace. The Burmese teak wood used to build this place still has a charm. Situated on a hillock, the palace affords beautiful views of the Someshwar Creek and Arabian Sea. Statues as old as 6 CE are now housed here as part of the museum.
-- Read more: https://www.ixigo.com/thibaw-palace-ratnagiri-india-ne-1076265

Bhatye is the biggest town in Konkan and one of the immediate suburbs of Ratnagiri town. A wonderful beach in the background of the jagged Sahyadri mountain ranges provides a panoramic view of the surroundings. The bluish water, vast expansion of silvery sands and the clean environs sprinkled with casuarinas, Bhatye beach gives exciting opportunities for water sports.

Property in Ratnagiri - Real Estate / Property for sale in Ratnagiri

 

1) Yashodhan Apartment :- A Project by Shri Siddhivinayak Constructions

Flats,Shops in Ratnagiri  @ Power House, Nachane Road Area

2) Laxmi Keshav Nagar :-  A Project by Siddhivinayak Constructions

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3) Kibe Sankul - Teja Market :- A Project by Siddhivinayak Constructions

Single / Double Bedroom Apartments - Flats,Shops in Ratnagiri  @ Marutiali Main Market, Near Bus Stand Area

4) Sea Brooks :- A Project by Siddhivinayak Constructions

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