A blend of the countryside’s charm and of urban living’s comfort awaits future homeowners of Camella homes in Dumaguete City.
Camella Dumaguete’s future residents will soon experience a refreshing sight and scent of pine trees surrounding the entire subdivision, coupled with a magnificent panoramic view of the famous Negros Oriental Twin Peaks.
Homeowners also get to enjoy the serenity of Camella Dumaguete’s lush gardens and meditation ponds fitting family picnics and get together. These are just among the many amenities, which include jogging trails and basketball court, among others, that Camella will be offering to promote a happier and healthier lifestyle.
Development in Camella Dumaguete is undeniable five months after its launching in February. Done are the subdivision’s underground drainage system and concreted roads. Construction of security fences and two-storey Italian-inspired model houses — Carmela, Drina, Elaisa — begins this month.
All these are being made possible because of the overwhelming response of those who are keen to live in a secure and well-managed community.
Camella Dumaguete in Palinpinon Road, Candau-ay village continues to innovate to fit fast-changing needs of its future homeowners. It is part of the largest homebuilder in the Philippines, Vista Land & Lifescapes Inc., that has built over 250,000 houses in 21 provinces in 48 cities and municipalities, while carrying the commitment of serving the needs of its homeowners through continuous developments in different areas nationwide.
For inquiries, log on to www.camella.com.ph or call Camella Dumaguete at (035) 421-0911 or e-mail [email protected] (Joey Sison/Camella)