Warje is one of the suburbs of Pune, Maharashtra, India. Warje junction is popularly known as Warje Chowk and is located in between the Pune’s Chandni Chowk entry and Katraj entry on the Katraj-Dehu Road Bypass.
Pune railway station is around 15 kms and Pune airport is around 23 kms from Warje. Located approximately about 10 kms from center of Pune is on the banks of Mutha river, dense forest and also has close proximity to western hills.
Warje is the only place standing as a communication point between Singhgad fort and Pune city. The locality has extensive network of local municipal city buses to all parts of the city.
The Warje fly-over bridge, Ganpati temple at the west of the town are few of the attractions in Warje. The famous Khadakwasla dam which is one of the sources of Pune’s drinking water and the National Defence Academy (India) is located at Warje.
Having very close proximity to Pune city real estate prices have seen a sharp rise in recent times. Launch of several big housing complexes from reputed banners has resulted in population booming.
Some of the Residential Area at Warje are listed below: