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When you realize Heart & Earth are spelled with the same letters,it all starts to make sense.


Living in harmony with nature

Living a more sustainable lifestyle has numerous advantages and benefits. And not only for the environment and planet Earth but for your personal well-being and happiness too.

What do you consider as Luxury Living?

Sustainable smart homes, that not only have quality and elegance, but are also relaxing, private, and in perfect balance with nature. A house that is harmlessly integrated into the ecosystem, with a sustainable environment that has clean air (good oxygen level),

water ( above 7.2 ph value), and soil. In a place, that provides far more food and water than its needs throughout the year, which save/earns you money.

High-end villas and apartments with their unique interiors, individual private pools with vanishing edge, open decks with a combination of wood and natural stone flooring, independent car park, attractive fencing, etc., in the heart of the city, heavily trafficked roads, highly populated environment with a bad quality air and lower oxygen levels in the atmosphere. Is it the perfect luxury home package



"Luxury is only a word until it brings the experience of a change in lifestyle."

Beyond fine crystal chandeliers, polished marble floors, and granite, a new trend has emerged for high-end buyers looking for a dimension of luxury defined by a change in lifestyle, where nature also takes its place, as part of the needs and desires of the high-end buyer, creating extraordinary living experiences. SterlingHills India Pvt Ltd provides all of these in one package tailored to the needs and desires of a very sophisticated clientele.

A home structured in such a way with the environment to balances the five elements of nature, The Panchabuthas (Space, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth) Thus, stabilize our body, mind, and soul to increase one’s life span, immunity, creativity, and productivity. Overall it transforms into a sustainable environment with clean air, water, and soil throughout the year.  This will help our world to cope up with climate change and a better future.

Yes! The truest measure of luxury is something that survives to be passed on to the next generation. That’s the attitude all sustainable consumption needs ensuring the Earth survives for the next generation, and every generation to come.

People buying property in SterlingHills get much more than a house and a parcel, they get the experience of living in a paradise extended life span, a healthy body, a strong immune system, a peaceful and focused mind, positive and grateful soul.


India`s 1st Agrihood community

Creating an “Agrihood” movement, housing that connects to your own working farm.


Focuses on

Fern Plant
Enriching the soil
Improving water quality 
Enanching ecosystem services
Reversing climate change

About Natural farming:


If you have ever been to the forest, you must have seen wild mango, tamarind, gooseberry, Jamun, jackfruit, and other trees bearing unusual fruits in summers. These trees never miss the flowering and fruiting season, and they produce a large quantity of fruits year after year. These are summer delights for all the wild animals, birds, insects and there is plentiful left for everyone.

Ever wondered who looks after these trees? Who provides the dosage of fertilizers? Who keeps them safe from pests and diseases? Who irrigates the lands? And who maintains these plants?

There is only one answer to all these questions: NATURE.

Natural farming is a system where the laws of nature are applied to agricultural practices. This method works along with the natural biodiversity of each farmed area, encouraging the complexity of living organisms, both plants, and animals that shape each particular ecosystem to thrive along with food plants.

Hands in the Soil

 "' The soil is the great connector of lives, the source, and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which the disease passes into health, age into youth and death into life." Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.'
- Wendell Berry

Indigenous Heirloom Seeds for the soil and its people

“If they control seed, they control food. They knew it. It`s strategic. It is more powerful than bombs. It is more powerful than guns. This is the best way to control the population of the world.”

One of the most important aspects of the farming that we practice at our farms is the usage of heirloom/Indigenous seeds - in our understanding, these native breeds have a direct impact on Soil health as they do not deplete the soil of its nutrients. They are innately well accustomed to local climate change, have inherent adapting power to climatic stress and can sustain drought conditions, require very little or no forced management, and are naturally resistant to diseases and pests.

Genetically modified foods and hybrids have succeeded in making deep inroads into our food systems to the extent that anything that you casually pull out of a display rack at a grocery store is most likely to be a hybrid. That doesn’t carry forward the original tastes nor the medicinal properties.


Native indigenous breeds are such varieties that either originated or existed locally in specific regions for several generations. These are naturally occurring, well adapted to local climate conditions, pollinated without any human interceding - by insects or the wind. This clearly meant that farmers could cultivate their own seeds for the coming seasons.


Consuming the foods that is been produced through natural farming helps us to maintain the body balance that contributes to a long healthy life.

Every single time we eat is an opportunity to nourish ourselves. It is but imperative to reconsider what we eat.

Healthy Bowl
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“A Farm is more than land and crops.

It is a Family`s Heritage & Future.”

Benefits of our Farm

Our farm's vegetation is developed on the basis of natural regenerative agriculture and managed by the country's best natural farming experts.


Our farm is designed and maintained in such a way, its soil is highly fertile and rich in minerals and is certified with soil test documents.


The entire structure of the farm is designed to balance the Panjaboothas and climatic conditions throughout all the seasons.


The groundwater level is maintained throughout the year and has a high PH value.


We have different plantations for all seasons, to make it suitable for the fruits and vegetables that belong to that particular season.

All plants, crops, herbs, are all grown using only Indigenous/Heirloom seeds which are the best of all other seeds (GMO, Hybrid) that will give the real benefits of delicious natural taste and high medicinal values. Only organic, natural maintenance like earthworm manure, Panchagavayam is done to the soil and no other chemicals or pesticides are used. As the farm is well designed to balance the environment, the house within the farm will also maintain its balance and so our body and mind too. This balanced harmony of our body & mind leads to optimum health and wellness.



Pomegranate, Mangoes, Guava, Papaya, Fig, Jack Fruits, Java Plum, Banana, Custard Apple, Sapota Etc..  

Creeper Plants

Creeper Plants

Bitter gourd, Ridge gourd, Snake gourd, Chayote, Pumpkin, Beans, Pepper, Cucurbit, Cucumber



Tomatoes, Onions, Beans, Ladies Finger, Drumstick, Pumkin, Green Chilli, Leafy Greens, Turkey Berry, Brinjal etc..

Root Vegetables

Root Vegetables

Yam, Cassava, Elephant Yam, Sweet Potato, Heresy, Turmeric, Ginger



Jasmine, Crossandra, Champak, Grape Jasmine, Pink Jasmine

Herbal Plants

Herbal Plants

Curry Leaves, Coriander, Mint, Basil, Beetel Leaves, Tulsi, Lemon Grass, Pirandai Leaves, Thuthuvalai, Valarai

Commercial Trees

Commercial Trees

Teak Wood, Sandalwood, Red Sandalwood, Rose wood, Mahogany, Vengai (Pterocarpus), Ebony (Diospyros Ebenum)

Image by Ed Leszczynskl

The record droughts anywhere in the world are not solely caused by atmospheric CO2.  They are also caused by local and regional mismanagement of rainwater.

We have the opportunity to design our farms and landscapes to harvest rainwater, causing it to reside in the soil and in plant matter. Then it evaporates and becomes rain. But we have to capture it first. We don`t have to wait for global atmospheric CO2 to decline before we solve climate problems locally and regionally.

Image by Ed Leszczynskl
Sustainable Architecture

Modern, luxurious, secure homes which are aesthetically pleasing and comfortable, environment-friendly building materials to the largest extent possible, and with international architecture (including passive solar planning bearing in mind the sunshine, wind, and rain patterns of the area).


A combination of solar thermal, solar PV, wind, biogas, and biomass gasification. As much of the project’s energy as possible (if not all) will be self-generated using renewable sources, and generated to the extent of meeting round-the-clock requirements.

Proper management and recycling of white (kitchen), grey (washing and bathing), and black (toilets) water. Water harvesting and recycling, aquifer recharge, and conservation practices will be implemented.

All the waste generated by the residents as well as elsewhere within the project will be segregated at the source (for example, a home will provide its own garbage duly segregated into biodegradable, plastic, recyclable, and ‘others’). 


Bio-Fencing, Palm trees along project boundary wall, Rainwater harvest, and Bio-Septic tanks, sewage treatments,  solar street lights.

Forest Mist

Let the clean air blow the cobwebs from your body.
Air is Medicine.

"Choose Sterlinghills Arcadia to be the part of the solution not part of the pollution" 

We`ve got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need? There`s so much pollution in the air now that if it weren`t for our lungs there`d be no place to put it all. Even people who are healthy and athletic can be affected by air pollution.


"Clean air, clean water, open spaces -

these should once again be the birthright for all"

We still think of air as free, But clean air is not free. The price tag on pollution control is high. Through our years of past carelessness, we incurred a debt to nature, and now that debt is being called. That`s why we make a commitment to nature to plant a minimum of 20,000+ trees in every community we built.  

Forest Mist
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