The time has come to celebrate what the people have done.
We, at Winchester House, are proud to present the frame house in our beloved neighbourhood of Chittoor.
This is the fourth of the house that we have been making, and we have had a lot of people wanting to have a look.
The house was designed and built in our house in Chittour, on the outskirts of Mumbai, India.
We have lived here for over 20 years, and have always wanted to build a house that reflects the values of our community.
When the Chittores had to relocate to a new house in Mumbai, we decided to go back to our home.
It has been an amazing experience for us to see how people have embraced this house, and to be a part of its rebirth.
We have lived at this house since the 1970s.
We were part of the community that built it and lived here in the late 1960s.
It is a family house, with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dining room and a kitchen.
The house is a testament to the community spirit.
Our children have never seen anything like it.
When the Chitores moved out of Mumbai to go to new homes, we had to leave the house in which we had lived since 1971.
The old house was just a concrete block, and the new house was a concrete slab.
We had to build the house with a wooden frame and a metal roof.
It was a huge undertaking.
But we have always lived in harmony with the land and nature.
We always wanted the house to reflect the values that we hold dear.
The new house will reflect our ideals of living in harmony.
The new house is an example of how we have come to the point where we want to build something that reflects our values.
We are proud that the Chichester House is now a permanent fixture in our community and will continue to be.
We hope that it will be a symbol of our love and our hope for the future.
It will also be a reminder of our history.
We hope that you will be inspired to join us and build something for yourself that will reflect the past.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Chiboti House.