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We don’t just build beautiful houses. We craft homes that redefine luxury. Ones that are premium yet efficient. Comfortable yet elegant. Ones that showcase traditional techniques with a contemporary outlook. At Isprava, each holiday home is different from the other. Each home has its own unique story to tell. Here are a few good reads to give you more insight on luxury villas in Goa, architecture, interiors, beautifully designed bungalows and real estate markets.

The Touch of Personalization

  Your home reflects your personality and at Isprava, we go above and beyond to offer just that. We take personalization very seriously and thus, from the bath robes having your initials to your home having its own story book, we always go the extra mile. With Casa Brava’s treehouse being an absolute surprise for the homeowner’s kids, Isprava continues to do what it’s best known for. Casa Brava, built around an interesting topography of paddy fields and hillocks, interacts seamlessly with its natural surroundings. Located in Parra, North Goa, Casa Brava’s architectural design reflects the Goan-Portuguese aesthetic to perfection. …

Six of Isprava’s favourite space enhancing secrets

  Think you can’t jazz up a smaller space? Think again. Isprava gives you the inside scoop on six super smooth ways in which you can enhance smaller spaces.Whether its cosy bedrooms or compact kitchens, there are many ways by which you can make such spaces appear larger. We are letting you in on six of our secret hacks: 1. Choose a solid colour palette     While you may feel the urge to go all out and splash gorgeous colours on the walls, we suggest opting for a unified colour theme. Softer shades like shell pink or ivory reduce …

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2020, the way forward

  Looking back at 2019, a year filled with a few ups and downs, we have come a long way. In the past year, we faced a few hurdles and external barriers. The external barriers slowed-down the growth of the real estate industry and directly affected all the businesses under this umbrella. We saw customer’s confidence weaken followed by a lag in project developments due to the formalities attached with RERA and other government policies. Although, we at Isprava, managed to keep our head above the water, despite the limitations and problems, we must admit that the waves of this turmoil floated towards our shore too. …

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Cosy Homes

  Home is where the heart is. When you’re tired of the everyday hustling and cannot put up with the outdoor bustling, home is where you find comfort. Sinking into your soft bed, snuggling in a cosy corner or laying back on your comfy leather chair, this is what makes our house into a home. We have curated a list of cosy set-ups to add a soft touch to your home.   5.      Soft lighting     When the nights get darker early, it’s tempting to go to bed around 7 p.m. Resist, but without the harsh overhead …

The new vacation spot, second homes

  The world is running a never-ending race. The run to be no. 1 has left people tied up in their busy work life and people are caught up amidst their mundane lives. Somewhere between the race and struggle, rest and well-being have become secondary to the human race. The working class is often tired, but has no time for a holiday in their busy schedule. A long or international vacation seems like a far-fetched thought to this kind. However, the case differs from those who own a second home. A second home is not only an asset, but also …

Houses of Goa – What makes them so special

  Goa, as a whole, is a blend of the Indo-Portuguese culture and the houses depict the same story. In the pre-Portuguese times, villas in Goa for stay were made of mud and thatched roofs. They were inward looking with smaller windows. The construction and decoration of homes were governed by old age customs and traditions. Women having a smaller role in society were not allowed to roam outside freely, so the inside of the house was her domain. Moreover, protecting oneself from the harsh monsoon conditions was the basis of the architectural form. During the Portuguese rule, one could travel …

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