Camella continues expansion in Cavite, now in Dasmariñas

February 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

(The Philippine Star) Updated January 27, 2012 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Within the sprawling landscape of tropical blooms and golden coconut trees at Island Park in Dasmariñas will rise a vast 20-hectare Camella estate development that signals the continuing and rapid expansion of the leading home brand in the province of Cavite. This Mediterranean-inspired development will be called Camella Dasma at The Islands.

Nestled on the western portion of Island Park, the more affordable Camella Dasma will enjoy the same ease and accessibility from Manila and Makati as its affluent neighbors. Located in the new Zapote-Molino / Paliparan Road, Island Park, and within its confines  the Camella Dasma at The Islands  is just 5 minutes away from SM, Robinsons, and Waltermart malls. Moreover, Dasmariñas, being a first class city in Cavite boasts of easy access through three entry points: Alabang via Daang Hari and Paliparan Road; Coastal Road via Gen. Aguinaldo Highway and Governor’s Drive; and SLEX via Carmona Exit. One can reach Alabang Town Center within an easy 15-minute drive, while Makati CBD is just 30 to 45 minutes away via SLEX. 

More family-friendly amenities laid-out on generous green spaces

There are wholesome activities the family can enjoy here: The Terraces Garden features a multi-purpose function area with a lush garden walk, a basketball court, as well as jogging trails and therapy walk for the health-conscious. The Kid’s Court have modern play equipment, sand boxes, and park benches are set amidst shady trees and bright foliage. The Town Square at the enclave gateway is a practical haven for your family’s immediate needs. A Finds Convenience Store had already been built in the area, with merchant stores and Sunday markets to be added soon for more variety and facility. 

Preserving public safety and a healthy quality of life in the community is paramount at Camella Dasma. With its perimeter fence and gated entrance with 24-hour security, and guards patrolling the neighborhood, your home and family’s safety is ensured. And for access in and out of the community, Camella’s Shuttle Service will be your safe and easy transport to nearby malls and destinations within the Dasma vicinity.

You will not find any difficulty choosing the right school for your kids when you decide to live here. St. Paul’s College, a co-ed school currently open to students from nursery to high school is right within Island Park.

Your most affordable community in Dasma, house and lot for less than P1M

For less than P1 million for a house and lot package, you can own a piece of Island Park! Camella’s best-selling two-storey homes with classic designs of Mediterranean-inspired charm offer home buyers space-saving innovations complemented by well-appointed fixtures plus a service area that provide families with more than enough space and privacy of a home they can truly afford, built within a first-class community like Island Park, in a first-class city that is Dasmariñas… Yes, it truly is a smart choice you and your family can make right now.

With land development started last November 2011, Camella Dasma house construction will begin June 2012 and onwards leading to a happy, merry move-in by December 2012. For more information and to reserve your very own Camella Dasma home now, please call (02)584-1182, (02)772-1096 / (0917)857-6494 or visit www.camella.com.ph.

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=771548

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