Pueblo Offers Rustic Yet Modern Lifestyle for Batanguenos
By: podc (Added: 2012-06-28)
While Batangas retains much of its rural flavor and overall rustic charm, its towns and cities have since evolved into hubs of economic activity. Recognizing the growing housing need in the area, PODC has embarked on building Pueblo de Oro Batangas Communities in Sto. Tomas.
Built on 26 hectares of gently rolling terrain with the magnificent Mount Makiling as its background, this breathtaking enclave offers over 2,141 residential lots with sizes ranging from 40-130 square meters in its three distinct subdivisions: The Horizon Residences, which feature single-attached Zen-inspired houses; Park Place's Twin Homes, with contemporary Asian houses; and the new La Aldea Townhouse design.
PODC President Rommel Leuterio says the subdivisions in Pueblo de Oro Batangas will be gated with generous open spaces, landscaped gardens and winding jogging paths, giving residents bigger room to move about. The villages will also feature various amenities, including a clubhouse, gazebos, activity lawns, parks and play areas. The Horizon Residences homeowners will also be able to enjoy a basketball court and a swimming pool.
Kanji Model, The Horizon Residences
The project is easily accessible through the newly-completed connection of the South Luzon Expressway to the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR). Modern conveniences like the Lyceum of the Philippines Laguna, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, and La Consolacion College, as well as the Sto. Tomas public market and Walter Mart are also just minutes away from the Pueblo de Oro Batangas Communities.
Land development began last year, and the first batch of houses is scheduled for turnover by this July.
La Aldea del Monte