Northpoint studio unit: Your space, style, home
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Wednesday, November 30, 2011
CAMELLA Northpoint studio units have so much more to offer than its single-space convenience, possessing all the qualities of a versatile modern dwelling that many types of homebuyers look for.
It allows its owners to imprint their own style and individuality, giving them their own space to express themselves and freedom to do what they want.
This is what Camella offers to homebuyers as it comes out with its campaign called, “My space, my style. My home, my studio”. This makes it easier to get a studio unit with a low reservation fee of P15,000 and outright discounts of P20,000 for one unit and P60,000 for two units.
“Not only that, Camella is offering your new urban home with a low down payment of 15 percent stretched over 18 months. That’s as low as P13,394 a month,” Marlon B. Escalicas, Camella Davao general manager.
Camella Northpoint’s world-class facilities and amenities include a stately clubhouse equipped with a multi-function hall, fitness gym, meditation pond, WiFi access, grill pits, cabanas, and a salinated wellness pool, not to mention the pocket gardens, playground, and park.
This is the backdrop where Northpoint studio unit homeowners live a full life.
As a single-room dwelling, Northpoint studio units are the ideal bachelor’s pad for young professionals that look for convenience and freedom to come and go. With Northpoint’s central location, it allows yuppies to navigate a lifestyle that revolves around work, leisure, and a full, active social life.
With the ongoing development of several business and commercial centers in north Davao, what young professional wouldn’t want to take residence in the middle of all the action? Camella Northpoint is the most logical residential choice for them and its studio units the most fitting for their lifestyle.
Transients whose children go to schools and universities in Davao will also find Camella Northpoint studio units the most convenient home for their kids. With the condo community’s 24/7 security, unit owners can rest well knowing they are safe while they inside their homes or outdoors enjoying the deluxe facilities.
Camella Northpoint’s cool, pine-scented ambiance emanating from its lush, green outdoors is the perfect setting for students to have some downtime and recharge from the demands of school. With a studio unit’s manageable size, there is no hassle of frequent cleanup and maintenance, making it the ideal home for these busybodies who simply want to focus on their studies.
Even newlyweds or startup families will enjoy living in a Northpoint studio unit. Well-organized studio abodes have everything in place, making movement within the unit easy and free-flowing. Young couples can strengthen their bond while they share and enjoy the intimate setting of their studio unit home, allowing them to use the space together and spend more time with each other.
Located at the junction of JP Laurel and Buhangin Road, Camella Northpoint’s location is strategic for any type of homeowner. After all, who doesn’t want to have everything within close reach? Schools and universities, supermarkets, churches, hospitals, markets, malls and department stores, airport, seaport, practically everything one needs on a daily basis are within walking distance or a short ride or drive away.
As the newest premier address in the city, Camella Northpoint carries with it the privilege of having the best of both worlds – a premier location in the heart of north Davao’s growth area, and lush, natural surroundings where hundreds of imported all-weather Caribbean pine trees thrive.
This British colonial themed condo community is a master plan development of Camella Davao, subsidiary of the country’s largest homebuilder, Vista Land & Lifescapes. Camella accepts all inquiries at 2/F Delgar Building, JP Laurel Ave., Bajada, Davao City, telephone numbers (082) 222-0963, (082) 222-5221, (082) 222-5223 (telefax) and 0917-8576572. (PR)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on November 30, 2011.