If there is one thing that this ongoing pandemic has taught us, it’s learning to appreciate the importance of nature, fresh air, and the luxury of space.IF there is one thing that this ongoing pandemic has taught us, it’s learning to appreciate the importance of nature, fresh air, and the luxury of space.
With many homebuyers now eyeing the South of Luzon area as an ideal location for settling and raising families, the spotlight is on mixed-use communities where residents can survive, thrive, and simply enjoy life. One such community is the Seafront Residences of AboitizLand.Read More
Recent trends in homebuying indicate a rise in take-up of beachfront properties, as moneyed property purchasers are now seeking second homes that can provide a healthier environment in less congested towns outside megacities. This trend has been observed globally, where an outflux of urban dwellers relocated to next-wave cities and towns that can afford them bigger living spaces and open areas.
“Before, residences near central business districts, places of work, or transport hubs are popular preferences. These all changed,” shared AboitizLand CEO Dave Rafael. “With the acceptance of work from home setup and giving priority to open spaces and amenities that support better work-life balance, the trend started to shift to homes that offer larger open spaces and promise a better quality of life for families.”
Seafront Residences, located in San Juan in Batangas, had residents moving in at the onset of the pandemic. As of February of this year, 46 house and lot units and 4 lots were officially turned over to buyers.
Seafront Residences offers homebuyers options of house and lots, lots only, and genuinely low-density, 3-story villas designed by renowned Modern Filipino advocates BUDJI+ROYAL Architecture+Design. Families and homeowners who do a lot of entertaining will find the 100 to 150-sq-m Seafront homes suitable for their lifestyle. On the other hand, the 1 to 2-bedroom units of Seafront Villas will surely appeal to single-child families, couples and single young executives. Add to that the incredible views of the Tayabas Bay and Mt. Banahaw they get to admire from their azoteas and balconies while working. That’s literally working from paradise!
AboitizLand commissioned no less than globally renowned thought leader on new urbanist communities DPZ CoDesign of Florida, to master plan this premier beach community. The resulting work is an imprint of AboitizLand’s more than 25 years of experience in curating land to craft neighborhoods that are sustainable and lasting, complemented by DPZ CoDesign’s expertise on New Urbanism and capacity to translate visions into actual human-scaled communities.
The array of well-thought amenities includes a beachfront clubhouse with multi-purpose hall and function rooms, a view tower, a play area, a basketball court, and adult and kiddie pools. The second phase of the community will also have its own Crest Clubhouse, a social venue with multipurpose halls and a swimming pool.
A highly anticipated annual activity at Seafront Residences is the Summerfest where interested buyers and existing vecinos can have a taste of the wonderful life at this beachfront community. Children and adults alike will love the food and other fun activities while staying safe thanks to strictly implemented national safety standards.
What’s more, the price of a Seafront home has since appreciated by as much as 100 percent for the house and lots since its launch in 2017. Lots have appreciated much more at almost 185 percent, making it a brilliant investment over time. Life’s certainly better here. To know more about how to wake up every day to a stunning view of the sea, visit https://www.seafrontresidences.com.ph/ or www.aboitizland.com.
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