Owning a piece of paradise at Camella Puerto Princesa

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 By Mary Ann LL. Reyes (The Philippine Star) Updated April 13, 2012 12:00 AM


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MANILA, Philippines – Looking for the perfect place to build one’s second home is a challenging task, oftentimes even more difficult than deciding where to locate the family’s first home.

A number of important considerations go into deciding where to build a second home – liveability, location, and affordability are some of them. But more often than not, families looking into investing in a second home try to find a place that allows them to enjoy the best that nature can offer, away from the hustle and bustle of city life, but at the same time, giving them access to the amenities and comfort of city living.

Puerto Princesa, capital city of Palawan, has briskly grown into a booming tourist center, and is expected to make its mark in Asia’s tourist map now that the famous Underground River was recently hailed as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the Modern World.

The province’s exotic wildlife and pristine beaches are a backpackers’ dream-come-true, and offer a fresh respite for businessmen flying in to do business or attend conventions.

A little known, yet very important fact about Palawan is that has been so blessed to be spared of major natural disasters.

Expect better things to happen in Puerto Princesa. The wheels are turning to make it a sustainable city with urbanized transport (electric vehicles) and communication systems.

A piece of nature

Who would have thought that one can enjoy the Modern World’s Seven Wonders practically right next door?

Camella, the mid-market segment subsidiary of Vista Land & Lifescapes, the country’s largest home builder, saw the tremendous potential of Puerto Princesa as an ideal place to live in and decided to build its newest residential project  – Camella Puerto Princesa – with the goal of capturing the awesome beauty of the Philippines’ largest ecological frontier.

It comes to no surprise then that Camella should expand its already far-reaching territory and claim its spot in this serenely inspiring environmental haven. This has been made possible through Communities Philippines, Vista Land’s marketing and corporate vehicle that spearheads the development of affordable middle-to-upper-mid-income residential properties and secure communities outside of Mega Manila.

Camella Puerto Princesa indeed makes for an idyllic living space for those who put great premium on vacationing or retiring in clean and green surroundings. What’s great is that it is also located near the airport, the capitol building, cathedral, market and shopping areas; and the beaches and resorts are just about two kilometers away from the property.

Homeowners and visitors alike will be breath-taken by nature’s stunning spectacle and experience a most pleasant surprise because the property’s Caribbean-themed homes boast of lush greenery dominated by ancient trees, and a touch of modern amenities, like a secure entrance and perimeter walls, shuttle service, a village center, clubhouse, and sports areas. Consider this a total package.

“The laidback atmosphere, clean surroundings, and captivating environment make Camella Puerto Princesa a perfect second home, where residents can commune with Nature and not miss out on some of the things that they’ve left behind in the city,” Camella president Jerylle Luz Quismundo said.

Camella has 36 years of experience, having built more than 250,000 homes and maintaining a strong presence in Mega Manila and 28 other key provincial destinations and 56 cities and municipalities,  while aggressively expanding to other regions. For more information, call (02) 584 1182 or 0917 857 6494 for direct marketing, 0917 538 744 for Camella Puerto Princesa, or log on to www.camella.com.ph.






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