April 19, 2018, 10:57 pm
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Batangas prime views

Tired of thinking where your next travel destination will be? Then purchase a luxury beachfront property with breath-taking views and be on a vacation everyday for the rest of your life.

A contemporary tropical designed three-step mid-rise structure surrounded by panoramic views of the sea and mountains sets the tone for Freia, a new luxury residential beachfront condominium development at Pico de Loro Cove, Hamilo Coast.

Only a 90-minute drive via the Cavite expressway and Ternate-Nasugbu road, the new property, named after one of the birds that can be found in abundance at the cove, offers best vantage points so that future residents can indulge in the prime views – West Philippine Sea and Mount Pico de Loro.

Pico de Loro Cove highlights the Lagoon Property Series which is composed of eight mid-rise residential buildings set around a tranquil lagoon. It is a maiden community of Hamilo Coast, SM Prime’s premier sustainable beach resort development.

At Freia, future residents can enjoy panoramic views of the West Philippine Sea and lush Pico mountains as it offers the best vantage points. “You get the best of both worlds,” said Alexis Ortiga, SM Prime senior assistant vice president for sales. The new property eyes those in their late 30s to 60s or early nesters to retirees as markets.

“We tilted the entire building in such a way that we really maximize all the views,” Ortiga added, noting that special corner units will have 180-degree balconies for future owners to enjoy the 180-degree view of the sea and mountain.

Approximately 5-minute stroll, the property is closest to Pico Beach which boasts of 1.5kilometers of white sand and pristine waters, he said. From the deck at the back of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus chapel, for instance, they can luxuriate as the entire part of the beach leisurely fades from sight in a crepuscule.

Focused on the refined details, Freia draws inspiration from its unrivaled location at the tip of the cove, taking advantage of breath-taking views, natural topographies and the developer’s quest to establish a premium development for a discerning community.

Freia offers prime view beach homes embodying high quality seaside living with superior unit layouts and amenity features that integrate sustainable green building strategies, making it a cut above the rest, Ortiga said.

Developed by Costa del Hamilo, Inc., he said the property will have 223 units, of which 214 are two-bedroom units (67 to 154 square meters) and nine are three-bedroom unit penthouses (201 to 332 sq.m.).

Each unit has expansive, fitted-out living spaces with high quality fixtures such as air-conditioning units, refrigerator, cooktop, range hood and water heaters to help future residents move in faster and experience convenient and elevated lifestyle.

“When we planned the units, we made sure that every bedroom, every living space, be it your dining room, be it even the kitchen, overlooks whatever view you bought,” Ortiga said.

Units feature an open exterior façade with its 63 percent glass to 37 percent concrete ratio and wide window openings, allowing more natural light with expansive views of nature.

One of the majestic coves that future residents and guests can go to is the Santelmo Cove which got its name from St. Elmo’s Fire or the ball of fire that townspeople attest is often seen in there. It is an ideal spot for fish feeding as well as snorkeling and diving to see the beauty of marine life.

Another one is the Papaya Cove, which got its name from its shape that resembles the fruit when viewed from above, where mangroves can be found.

Freia homeowners have exclusive access to their very own pocket parks, function room, lounge area and private pool, Ortiga said, which the current Jacana, Myna, Carola and Miranda condominiums do not have except parking spaces. Each unit purchase comes with membership at Pico de Loro Beach and Country Club.

Among its recreational facilities and amenities exclusive to its members and guests are water sports facilities, basketball and badminton courts, indoor children’s playground, outdoor and infinity pools, gym and fitness center, bowling and billiard center, and bar and restaurant.

“You must be a shareholder or a member of the Pico de Loro Beach and Country Club but if you are not, we bundled each unit in Freia with a share so you don’t have to buy it separately,” Ortiga said.

While Hamilo Coast is envisioned to be a sustainable premier seaside residential community, Freia’s entire development was designed to maximize Pico de Loro’s natural environment, while minimizing wastage. 

Freia will use natural lighting and ventilation in its foyers. With photovoltaic roof, the structure is equipped with solar panels located at the rooftop to supply power to common area lighting requirements.

Other sustainable efforts include rain water harvesting, waste segregation, recycling, provision for sewage treatment plants and processing of vermicompost.

It has full-time admin and security staff, housekeeping services, lock-up and go lifestyle, and a 100 percent back-up power, Ortiga said.

It is master-planned by renowned architects and interior designers – Broadway Malyan as concept architect, GF + Partners Architect as building architect, Budji + Royal Architecture Design as interior designer and Crearis as landscape architect – which utilize cutting-edge local and international concepts and incorporate sustainability features.

The building construction is eyed to be completed in December 2022.
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