Indian coffee estates(ICE) host a eco-friendly 70 Acres of well maintained coffee plantation estate with luxury Resort, Farm House and club house, Which is situated on national highway, Coorg, western ghats, Karnataka, India. The Western Ghats also known as the sahyadri hills are well known for their rich and unique assemblage of flora and fauna
Kodagu or Coorg as it is popularly known is an enchanting district in the southwestern part of the southern state of Karnataka in India. It covers 4100 square kilometers of the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats. Coorg is very rich in wildlife and has an abundant cover of natural forests. It is also home to 3 wildlife sanctuaries and one national park. Its hillsides are dotted with lush coffee plantations, while its plains are emerald green with rice paddy. Vines of pepper entwine the tall trees in most plantations while patches of aromatic cardamom are part of every estate.
Coorg is home to many different ethnic communities with the Kodavas being the most prominent group. The Kodavas were traditionally warriors and agriculturists. They have a very intriguing history and the name “kodava” is supposed to have originated from the word “kodimalenad” meaning from the higher forest land. Many others believe that the “kodava”comes from “koda” meaning blessed or given and “avva” meaning mother, referring to Mother Kaveri. The river Kaveri is the primary source of all life in the Coorg region and has her origins at Talacauvery in the Brahmagiri hills. Coorgis have indeed established a heritage and reputation in all areas. The first chief of Indian Army, Field Marshal Cariappa and General Thimayya were Coorgis and Coorg contributes greatly to Indian Armed Forces. Coorg is India’s main coffee generating district and Coorgis are among the finest people of India with a great sense of warmth, openness and hospitality.
The primary mode of employment in the Coorg region is agriculture. Crops grown include coffee, rice, finger millet, pepper, cardamom and ginger with paddy being dominant.
How non-farmer can purchase a coffee estate?
Coffee estate has been considered as commercial plantation land, where even a non-farmer also can purchase the plantation land by section 104 Land reforms act.
Who will maintain the coffee estate & all?
Entire maintenance will be taken by Indian estates team members.
How do I get may returns & when?
Coffee is a yearly yielding crop. So every year in the month of March or April you receive your returns.
What will be maintenance cost per annum?
Here the maintainace cost will be around Rs.30,000 to Rs.35,000 per annum.
What is the revenue that we can expect from one acre coffee estate?
As we all know that coffee estate is a plantation land. Here the coffee yielding will be varied every year. So, for the first 3 years we are assuring Rs.1,000,00/-( Rupees One Lakh Only) as fixed revenue with free maintainace & also after 3rd year we assure Rs.1,25,000/- per annum.
What will be the duration for registering the coffee estate?
Coffee estate is ready for immediate registration, But Also we will provide three months time for registration from the time of booking.
What all other crops are planted in Indian coffee estate?
As we are selling a well maintained coffee estate. The estate is fully planted with Arabica & Robusta Plants round 700 – 800 plants. And also tress like Silver oak, oranges, Jack fruit, and revenue worth jungle wood trees. More over in every trees pepper plants are been cultivated.
How much time does it take to reach Indian coffee estate?
Indian Coffee Estate is located just 16 Km from Belur (Hoysala Dynasty). From national highway its 6.5 Km, it may take around 15 to 20 Minutes drive.
Will the property will get registered in my name & is it possible for me to sell my coffee estate in future?
Yes, the coffee estate will be registered in your name & you will be the sole owner. You can sell your property at any time in future.
When your Farm house & club house will be completed?
Farm house is ready for occupy. Club house will be completed by 2015.