Fresh from the success of Terrazza de Sto Tomas in the gateway of the southern metro of Sto. Tomas, Batangas, developer Ovialand is unveiling its next development.
Its new project is located along the Maharlika National Highway in San Pablo City, Laguna. It is called Sannera. The community features a tropical modern Asian design with open space occupying almost 55 percent of the entire property, thus preserving the lush greens the province is known for.
Sannera is a 5.2-hectare property that will have 340 house-and-lot units. The project will also include a swimming pool and clubhouse facility similar to what is offered at Terrazza de Sto. Tomas.
Properties at this new community are priced from P1.7 million up to P2.9 million.
“We are bringing this development in San Pablo City to offer affordable living spaces for the more discerning home seekers in the area. We want to promote ‘resort living’ in this residential community since Laguna is known for its hot spring resorts,” said Fatima Olivares-Vital, business unit head of Ovialand.
The developer stays true to its commitment in giving Filipinos the chance not just to own an affordable quality home, but at the same time, the chance to invest their hard-earned money by ensuring the increasing appreciation of the property values of their developments. Not only are these investors growing their assets, they are also ensuring a gift that they can pass on to their children.
Ovialand chose San Pablo City for its latest project as it recognizes CALABARZON (Region IV) as a progressive region that is enjoying aggressive growth and development.
“Cities like San Pablo are experiencing strong economic activity. There is a new generation of successful businessmen, OFWs and professionals from the area that are seeking the premier lifestyle they deserve while they strive daily for success,” she added.
“That is the added value that we are giving them aside from the value-for-money investment. We want to make sure that they can sit and relax and enjoy life while at the same, we want businessmen to earn from their wise investment.”
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