Anuva Charms Buyers with Resort Lifestyle
Gone are the days when condominium living only means having a residential unit inside a tall building along a main road. Property developers have raised the standards for high rise residences by adding amenities, open spaces and natural features so homeowners can have an extended comfort zone to recharge after a full day.
Such residential communities are virtual resorts, where homeowners can literally bask in the sun while savoring a cocktail drink, as if they are plunging in a beach.
Such is the vibe at SOC Land’s Anuva, an eight-building residential community development along the East Service Road near the Sucat Interchange in Muntinlupa City. It celebrated its resort-living charm during a grand open house event recently.
The vision of a relaxed city condo living already impressed new home buyers that day, as they looked forward to living in their own unit once the first tower is completed and unit turn over has begun.
One of them is 53-year old Alejandro Refuerzo, who is based in Saudi Arabia for his work
“I envision coming home to a beautiful place, “said Refuerzo after buying a 10th-floor one-bedroom unit. “It will surely make my next vacation here enjoyable. My nephews and nieces from the U.S. and Sweden will also enjoy vacationing here.”
With a new home in Anuva, Refuerzo said he no longer needs to travel to a resort when on vacation in the Philippines.
The master planned community will include swimming pools, a lazy river, parks and playgrounds, gardens, bike lanes, jogging paths, gazebo, ponds, a lagoon and a lake. In addition, a clubhouse with function rooms and game room will be built.
Refuerzo saw the scale model of the project at the sales office of SOC Land and loved the view of the amenities on the ground. There is also the scenic Laguna de Bay to the east.
Aside from the amenities and views, Refuerzo likes the place because the units are reasonable priced and its location is just near the airport and his hometown in Cavite via the South Luzon Expressway.
To date, 60 percent of the studio and one-bedroom and two-bedroom units in Anuva’s first tower have been taken up.