A sum of Rs 13 crore will be allocated to renovate Collectorates and create facilities at the collectors’ camp offices.
The spatial limitation was overcome by smart rearranging of the interiors. The rooms have been made spacious by joining the existing areas and by adding new spaces.
Designed in 2900 sqft, this classy house has a car porch, sit-out, formal and family living areas, dining space, two courtyards, kitchen with an adjacent work area and four bedrooms.
The old structure was 1800 sqft in area with three bedrooms and now the house is 2500 sqft in area with the addition of a living area, a bedroom and a balcony space.
After the renovation, the house with an area of 2300 sqft, has a car porch, sit-out, living and dining areas, kitchen, four bedrooms, upper living area and a balcony.
The renovated structure, now, has a sit-out, living area, dining space and three bedrooms arranged in an area of 2000 sqft.
The Cheraman Masjid occupies a pivotal place in the Muziris civilisation that enjoyed glory as the ancient world's greatest trading centre in the East, trading everything from spices to precious stones.
Amazingly planned and smartly designed the transformed house is now a modern mansion with splendid facilities.
As the old house underwent a modern makeover, reuse of materials played a vital role in keeping a check on the expenses.
The overall facelift cost Anoop close to just Rs 2.10 lakh. The budget came within the limits.