The new city of Baharestan is located 15 km south of Isfahan and east of the road of Isfahan-Shiraz. On the other hand, on the slopes of the Lashter Mountains and the low mountains and beautiful mountains called Minequo, and on the other side of the lush green Zayandehrood plain with a suitable geographical location and favorable environmental attraction to a beautiful view.
The height from the sea level is 1570 meters and the gradient is between 2 and 7 percent. Annual rainfall reaches approximately 117 to 120 mm.
The beautiful nature of the beautiful mound of Baharestan and its proximity to Isfahan have caused the city to come from similar cities and its lands in terms of physical development of desirable facilities.
The long-term regional plan is estimated at 3000 hectares for the construction of 62,000 residential units, with a population of 320,000 inhabitants, while it is possible to increase the population to 500,000 people.
The geographically desirable location, the beautiful nature, the gentle slope of the earth, the proximity of this city to Isfahan, the possibilities of physical development and developmental development of recent years have attracted the attention of domestic and foreign investors to the city of Baharestan.
Baharestan is the first new city after the Islamic Revolution, which continues to shine as one of the most successful large residential projects and one of the newest cities in the country, such as the beautiful Neginas.
Landform of Baharestan:
The shape of a piece of land used as a suburb of the new city of Baharestan is a vertical trapezoidal trapezoid. The size of its large base (the northern side) is about 10 km, the small base (southern side) is about 6 km east of about 3.5 km and its western side is about 4.5 km. These lands are restricted from the south to the Miankouh heights and from the west to the Isfahan-Shiraz road. The northern boundary of these lands is identified by the Pebutrabad road. In the northwest of the road, there is the Zayandeh-e-Rud Agricultural Land and the southern side is also limited by the hills of the Ghazi Mountains.