Chunnamal Haveli is for Sale. This 200 year old huge 2700 Sq Yard historical Big Mansion, Palace Property on the Main Chandni Chowk Road, having more than 150 rooms all facing 28 courtyards on 3 floors, with a huge terrace to the sky having 220 Running Feet Frontage/facade made in solid carved Burma teakwood, 3 sides open for which once the world renowned poet GALIB had said “while the rest of Delhi plunged into darkness, Chunnmal’s Haveli was so flooded with light that it made the night look like day “ This Beautiful Fort property has been the Conner stone of Delhi History.
From our first Prime Minister of India to the Area Member of Parliament of Delhi, To the Bollywood Movies Shoots to Hollywood Movie Shoots of Kate Wislet “Holy Smoke“ and numerous commercials this Chunnamal Haveli has been the guest to all.
Many Similar Properties like Neemrana Fort Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Alsisar Mahal, The Fort Unchagaon, By Aspen, and Haveli Dharampura have been running as successful Hotels & Weekend Gateways.
Grandeur of Chunnamal Haveli Palace is an address that every shop keeper knows in the Congested hub of Chandni Chowk, Move up the staircase and the floral designs on the coloured tiles aligning the walls with glass panels are some of the remains of Chunnamal Haveli, the first Municipal Commissioner of Delhi during the British Raj.
Not much has changed in this house since it was built in 1848, the main hall is the same in its original form so has the flooring. This Grand Palace Heritage Haveli is for Sale with its 27ft high ceilings with Belgian mercury glass inlays in this ½ acre building in the most prime locations of Delhi.
This Palace Haveli property having a structure exterior is surrounded by cloth market on the ground floor having its entrance on the ground floor as you make way and take the stairs to the first floor, you realize the stateliness that would have marked the house of Lala Chunnamal – Banker, trader, Delhi’s First Municipal Commissioner and one of the richest men in Delhi 150 years ago, who even owned the Fatehpuri Mosque & Begum Sumroo’s Palace for some time.