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Amaia Scapes rising in Iloilo

A residential development is rising on 15 hectares of land in Barangay San Jose in San Miguel, Iloilo where gentle, fun-loving people take pride in their rich cultural heritage and where modern trade and commerce now thrive amid the lure of ancestral homes and old churches.

Set in the heart of the Iloilo-Guimaras Metropolitan Area, Amaia Scapes Iloilo provides easy access to the city’s best restaurants, shopping districts and vibrant nightlife.

Amaia Scapes Iloilo is as charming as its city. With innovatively designed homes in a well-managed community and patio greens that serve as an extension of the residences, the development appeals to individuals and families who appreciate its proximity to lifestyle hubs.

Amaia Scapes rising in Iloilo

For one, the Amaia community is near retail places like Shops at Atria, Robinsons Place Iloilo and SM City Iloilo—and other establishments such as Iloilo Technohub, Western Visayas Medical Center and Qualimed Iloilo.

Educational institutions like the University of San Agustin, University of the Philippines Visayas and Central Philippine University are also a short drive or commute away.

With 314 available homes, Amaia Scapes Iloilo offers different housing options to prospective homeowners: the bungalow pod, carriage pod, single home, twin home and twin pod.

All units feature cleverly laid-out living and dining areas, a kitchen, one or more bedrooms and one or more bathrooms. There are multi-level units, while most units have provisions for expansion.

As Amaia Scapes Iloilo acknowledges how a wholesome lifestyle benefits the family, kids and adults can spend weekends and leisure hours bonding or making new friends at the basketball court or at the mini-soccer field. Residents can rush over to the swimming pool for refreshing dips.

Amaia Land makes affordable, functional and stylish homes more available to Filipinos by offering low monthly amortization rates and flexible payment options such as cash, deferred cash and bank financing.

Topics: Amaia Scapes , Barangay San Jose , San Miguel , Iloilo
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