Suntrust Shanata proves that owning a space doesn’t have to be expensive
Luxury can be intimidating.
Oftentimes, we equate the word with shiny products and extravagant services. In some cases, it’s almost synonymous with owning lots of things.
It’s about time to break this materialistic mindset. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if we simply define it as living leisurely and feeling unhurried in life? Or perhaps, it can be something that provides gratification by pleasing all the senses regardless of the financial value? In this case, an abode can be a luxury—just make sure you choose the right one.
Along Quirino Highway in Novaliches, the condominiums of Suntrust Shanata were established for an aspiring resident’s well-being, pleasure, and convenience. Its proximity to dynamic Quezon City does not mean it’s restless, too. In fact, with a name that means “tranquil” or “peaceful” in Indonesian, Shanata provides a cozy community with its resortstyle amenities. Unwinding is as easy as stepping outside your unit as the condo complex lays out pools for kids and adults alike. The sunbathing deck, gazebo area, and children’s playground further accentuate the relaxed vibe. For inside lounging, there is a clubhouse with a gym and function rooms.
We all have the ability to define and make anything a luxury. To some people, a studio unit that affords privacy without burning a hole in the pocket is luxurious. To others, it means spending a little more extra for a three-bedroom family home. Shanata, which was recently hailed as the Best Affordable Condo Development in Metro Manila at the 6th Guru Philippines Property Awards, has different configurations that are economically priced for all types of dreamers. It’s perfect for a spectrum of residents—young professionals who grind in the neighboring city, young couples who are just starting a family, and established adults looking for more investments.
There are many ways to define the essence of luxury, but a life of comfort and satisfaction is just always at one’s fingertips. It simply comes from what we make of it.