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Bali-themed resort amenities offer retreat at East Raya Gardens

Manila Bulletin
May 2, 2011, 10:13pm

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Clubhouse and pool area.

MANILA, Philippines – The privileged elite always consider their rest house or suburban vacation home as a necessary luxury, a place they can retreat to in order to recharge from the stressful demands of their lifestyle. These opulent places are usually located in a nature setting that is far from the urbanity, with a private pool and other recreational items, built with indigenous materials and soothing colors to convey a relaxing mood throughout their stay.

Residents of a premier condominium residence in Pasig City may be just as privileged. As dwellers of East Raya Gardens by DMCI Homes, they don’t need to hie off to far-flung locations to de-stress, because right within their charming village, the essence of resort living and relaxation beckons 24/7.

The project’s advantage is its aura of calmness, achieved through the modern Balinese-style architecture and design that makes urban living an effortless activity for residents.

This relaxing haven promotes overall positive well-being through unique features as pavilion-like clubhouse structures that are seamlessly interconnected by walkways, foot bridges, courtyards, ponds and gardens. With 60 percent of the land area dedicated to open spaces, landscapes and other recreational facilities, residents have plenty of room to breathe and unwind after a stressful day at work.

Active play activities abound at the central amenities area to address the need for physical well-being and balance, among them an infinity pool, kiddie pool, poolside lounge, basketball court, playgrounds, entertainment room, fitness gym, function hall, airconditioned multi-use hall, and Bali-style cabana called “bale.”

As the project’s name implies, soothing amenity features also can be enjoyed around East Raya Gardens.

There are pocket parks and indoor clubhouse facilities which are intended to provide its residents a Bali-style getaway experience within the confines of their village.

The Balinese motif is reflected through the distinct design of the amenities areas. Design elements imitate nature, use of earth tones of wood and natural stones, to exude not only a feeling of oneness with nature, but peace and tranquility as well. These amenities provide residents with a place where they can discover the simple pleasures of life with families and loved ones.

The benefits will appeal to a segment of the market called the “cocooners” who are practical individuals looking for a peaceful home environment away from the daily stresses of work. They are settled individuals who want to live in an exclusive place detached from the frenetic city environment where they can relax and rejuvenate.

At East Raya Gardens, they can enjoy these benefits while enjoying other propositions offered by DMCI Homes in its developments. Composed of seven medium rise, five-story buildings, this 2.9-hectare property also offers a strategic location along Mercedes Avenue, Pasig City.

Buyers can choose from a unit mix of two- and three-bedroom units that are efficiently planned to serve the variable needs of the target market.

Units feature first-rate fixtures and finishes that are considered the best value in the industry because of competitive prices.

Two-bedroom units vary in size from 55 to 72 sqm gross floor area, at a price range of P2.2 to P3.6 million.

This unit type can host a single professional or start-up couple with plenty of space to accommodate their lifestyle requirements. Three-bedroom units meanwhile are at 80 to 94 sqm gross floor area, for a price range of P3.6 to P4.1 million. This unit type can satisfy the needs of growing families or full nesters.

All units are provided with a balcony, as another advantage to their purchase. And with the company’s policy for medium density living, only 778 units will be allotted for the entire development.

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