Wood­lands Point of­fers lux­u­ri­ous log cab­ins

Business World - - Property & Infrastructure - P. Galang Vin­cent Mariel

AN EX­CLU­SIVE com­mu­nity fea­tur­ing ski re­sort-style log cab­ins can be found in Ta­gay­tay High­lands.

Launched in 2008, Wood­lands Point fea­tures 32 units on a 12-hectare low-den­sity neigh­bor­hood. Only six units are still avail­able for sale.

The lux­ury log cab­ins are sized from 239 square me­ters (sq.m) to 320 sq.m., with prices rang­ing from P47 mil­lion to P60 mil­lion.

The units are built us­ing West­ern red cedar, a type of wood that orig­i­nated from Canada.

The log cab­ins fea­ture high ceil­ings in their liv­ing and din­ing ar­eas that al­low for nat­u­ral light and ven­ti­la­tion. Each unit also has large win­dows to al­low home­own­ers to en­joy the sur­round­ing pine trees and moun­tain views.

Each unit also has a semi­fur­nished kitchen, which in­cludes a re­frig­er­a­tor, cook­ing range, and a range hood.

“For those who seek a sanc­tu­ary for un­for­get­table week­end get­aways or a trea­sure to cher­ish for a life­time, a log cabin by the coun­try­side re­mains sec­ond to none. Set­tle seam­lessly in lux­ury moun­tain re­sort liv­ing at Wood­lands Point in Ta­gay­tay High­lands, in the com­forts of a log cabin home you’ve al­ways dreamed of,” the com­pany said.

Last year, Belle Corp. re­vealed plans to de­velop three to four new projects in Ta­gay­tay High­lands, in time for the project’s 25th an­niver­sary.

Cur­rently, the 1,500 hectare prop­erty has 27 projects, which makes up less than 50% of the whole area.

The mas­ter-planned com­mu­nity is also un­der­go­ing re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion of its fa­cil­i­ties and prop­er­ties. In De­cem­ber, the Ja­panese, Span­ish, and Filipino restau­rants re­opened at Ta­gay­tay High­lands. New cof­fee shops are sched­uled to be opened this year, as well.

Ta­gay­tay High­lands is known for its themed com­mu­ni­ties. Aside from Wood­lands Point, the premier moun­tain re­sort de­vel­op­ment of SM Group also has Asian-con­tem­po­rary-themed gar­den suites and vil­las named Hori­zon Ter­races; a com­mu­nity that of­fers the views of Taal Lake and Mid­lands fair­ways called Sy­camore Heights; and the trop­i­cal re­sort com­mu­nity Vireya.

The premier moun­tain re­sort de­vel­op­ment is lo­cated in Ta­gay­tay, which is 90 min­utes away from Metro Manila. —

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