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Overview: Located on main Raiwind Road, Phase I, Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) Housing Scheme was established in 1991. Property could initially be purchased only by Pakistanis living overseas but is now open to the general public. Property is in reasonable demand; about 10% of the area is built up.

What is nearby: Government College of Technology and The University of Lahore are a five-minute drive away.

Boundaries: Punjab University Employees Co-operative Housing Society (north), Tariq Gardens Housing Scheme (east), T&T Aabpara Housing Society (south) and Land Breeze Farm Housing Society (west).

Total area: Approximately 241 acres.

Available utilities include: Electricity, gas, sewerage, telephones and water.

Proposed amenities include: Boundary walls, a commercial area, hospitals, mosques, parks, round-the-clock security and schools.

Nearby eateries include: Al Nakhal, Bamian Restaurant, Bread and Loaf Restaurant, Chopaal, KFC, Peeru’s Café, Pizza Wonder and Zee Grill.

Nearby recreational avenues include: Centre Point Snooker Club, DHA-EME Sports Club and Valencia Club.

The prices of residential property (in rupees) in Phase-I, OPF Housing Scheme, Lahore are as follows:

Plot sizes Purchase price ranges  
(sq yds) Plots Houses
250 1.8-2.7 million 4.5-5.5 million
500 3-4 million 6.5-7.5 million
Plot sizes Monthly rental ranges  
(sq yds) Houses Portions
250 15,000-25,000 7,000-9,000
500 25,000-35,000 10,000-14,000

– Syed Wajeeh-ul-Hassan Naqvi
Information provided by Haseeb Alam, EZ Estate, Lahore.

First published in the Real Estate Section of The DAWN National Weekend Advertiser on May 19, 2013. 

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