Bria Homes said it will soon launch Bettina Prime—a house-and-lot model that features a floor area of 44 square meters on a 72-square-meter lot.
“We want to offer Filipinos more spacious and comfortable homes that they can happily thrive in for the rest of their lives,” said ET Aguilar, division head of Bria Homes.
Aguilar said that with Bettina Prime, homebuyers need not look further for a well-designed, beautiful and sturdily built home that residents of all ages can enjoy.
By offering more generous space with its flexible and well-configured “two lots, one house” notion, Bettina Prime is being touted as the “home of choice” for property seekers who could use more space to raise growing families, engage in urban gardening or have fun and frolicsome times with friends.
Bettina Prime is best suited for professionals on remote work mode or for starting entrepreneurs, which would require a separate area for their venture. Young married couples will also thrive in Bettina Prime’s expandable living spaces. They can opt for a bigger living and dining area.
The extra space can also be turned into the family horticulturist’s garden or a vegetable plot. Residents could also use a bigger carport or a tool shed.
Residents can find myriad ways to utilize the additional space, and one significant advantage the bigger and better Bettina Prime brings is its higher value proposition for property investors.
Bettina Prime is an investment for the future. It’s the perfect dwelling for those who see themselves setting their roots at Bria Homes, adding new members to the family, and having room to live one’s best life.
Bettina Prime comes with superior amenities offered at every Bria housing development. Families will enjoy the multipurpose hall suitable for social gatherings, the covered basketball court, the children’s playground and the open green spaces that invite leisurely strolls with the family.
Homeowners can also rest assured that their safety is a top priority at Bria Homes. Its gated communities are secured by 24/7 guards and CCTV coverage, while solar lights keep the streets illuminated at night.