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Maharishi Garden Village houses in England selling as quickly as they are built
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8 February 2012
Maharishi Garden Village, a development of houses and apartments in the UK built in accordance with the principles of Vedic architecture, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda, continues to grow and expand.
In the past six months, two new houses have been built in the village. Both have been sold already. According to Dr Peter Warburton, Chairman of Maharishi Foundation UK, the houses 'are basically selling as fast as they can put them up'.
These new buildings bring the total number to 53 finished and occupied homes. In addition, of the 24 apartments in the development, 23 have been sold.
Many residents report that what makes Maharishi Garden Village unique is the houses built using principles of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda. According to the village's website, 'Sthapatya Veda is the most ancient and comprehensive knowledge for the design and construction of buildings that enhance man's connection with Natural Law. . . . The revival of Sthapatya Veda reveals how to design a building so that the individual life of the occupant becomes profoundly established with reference to the cosmic value of life, thereby greatly improving the quality of life and enhancing good fortune.'
In addition, the houses are built in traditional Suffolk country styles, using a variety of crafted brick and clay roofing tiles, and set in a landscaped village environment. Where possible, natural, ecological building materials are used.
Due to the high demand for new houses, developers have been sourcing nearby land, sometimes meeting local people who are selling but haven't put their land on the market yet.
Those involved in Maharishi Garden Village are sure, at the current rate of expansion, that the new land will be needed soon.
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