Batangas is home to some of the country’s fastest urbanizing cities. The province boasts one of the Philippines’ most strategic harbors–currently an international port and the alternate to the Port of Manila. It also serves as a premier gateway to tourist destinations in Southern Luzon such as Tagaytay and Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro. Thus, building Camella communities and vertical villages in the province made perfect and practical sense. Division Head for South Luzon
Ma. Teresa Tumbaga states, “by strengthening our portfolio in Southern Luzon, we’re doing more than expanding our brand, we are creating the foundations of dreams for Filipino families who want to build their lives beyond Mega Manila. It is our job to build where they are happiest.”
Your Next Home is in Little Rome
Rome has always held a special place in the heart of the Batangueños. Perhaps it is the proximity to the seat of the Catholic faith, or maybe because its countryside resembles the lush greenness of Batangas. One of the key cities in Batangas, Lipa is haven to pilgrims, churches and seminaries, and enjoys the moniker “Little Rome in the Philippines”.
Lipa is a relaxing home location. Since the city is elevated 1,025 ft. above sea level, residents get to enjoy the invigorating touch of its cool weather, ideal while sampling Batangas’ signature kapeng barako and lomi soup.
Camella Lipa: A Community of Dreams
Standing on prime and accessible location, the 25-hectare development is a short drive from the Star Tollway Exit and downtown Batangas City. This means that while the community is a sanctuary far enough from the city proper’s bustle, it is close enough to allow residents access to the benefits of a modern day urban hub. Convenience is the true advantage of this residential location as Camella Lipa sits at the center of city’s commercial and lifestyle complexes.
The development offers amenities such as a swimming pool, a playground, miniature parks for a leisurely stroll or a brisk jog, and a clubhouse–the perfect place to unwind with the family. Gated entranceways, perimeter fence, and roving security guards provide the residents protection.
Camella Manors Lipa: Resort-themed vertical village in a world-class destination
Camella’s latest offering in Batangas takes you to new heights with its pre-selling condominium project, Camella Manors Lipa, an eight-hectare pine community that brings the brand’s trademark offering to a new level.
Located at the heart of Brgy. Tibig, Lipa City, Camella Manors Lipa provides accessibility to lifestyle centers within the city. Only about 80 kilometers from Manila, it is easier for local and foreign tourists to visit the area; thus, an investment in a pre-selling vertical village in Lipa promises rewarding returns in the future.
More than a condominium for sale, Camella Manors Lipa comes with premium amenities and 24/7 security to give residents premium on their investment. Having a home in a well-known vacation spot will give residents the perfect combination of adventures in nature and urban lifestyle options.
The Brand with the Widest Geographical Reach
Now Reaches Farther into Batangas
Camella offers 12 exquisite communities in Batangas, with two properties each in Batangas City, Lipa City, and the municipality of Sto.Tomas. Batangas is also home to Camella Taal, Camella San Juan, and Camella Malvar, spread across multiple locations within the province. Lipa city will also be the site of Camella’s first condominium project in the province of Batangas.
Camella, focused on the mid-market segment, is a subsidiary of Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc., the country’s largest homebuilder. It has 45 years of experience, built over 500,000 homes and maintains a strong presence in Mega Manila and 47 other key provincial destinations and 149 cities and municipalities, while aggressively expanding to other regions.
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The article was originally published in Inquirer.NET.