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Residential site offers farm-to-table capabilities

For more than a year now, the prevailing health situation that caused anxiety among Filipinos also served to remind many about what matters most---security, health, and wellness. After recalibrating their priorities to ensure continued well-being, many have turned to cultivating a life that is aligned with nature.

Residential site offers farm-to-table capabilities
Setting up a primary home in one of The Grove’s Garden Lots offers enough space to provide for a whole family’s daily supply of fresh produce.
At The Grove at Plantation Hills in Tagaytay Highlands, one can surround their modern Garden Lot farmhouse with fresh produce grown from its own natural green space. The development offers residents the simple farm-to-table lifestyle where they can discover the joys and benefits of vegetable gardening.

Homegrown produce such as fruit and vegetables are often healthier, more accessible, and free of chemicals and pesticides. With many stuck at home, the idea of tending to and sustaining a home garden that yields the veggies needed every day is an incredibly attractive one. Growing one’s own produce to share or to sell means self-sufficiency in food.

The Grove at Plantation Hills, with a 22-hectare land area, is a leisure residential and farming concept-in-one that brings the joy of eco-farming right at one’s backyard. Owning a modern primary home while nurturing one’s own green space with herbs and vegetables is possible with The Grove’s Garden Lots.

Ranging from 450 to 600 square meters, Garden Lots are designed to encourage homeowners—from novice gardeners to seasoned plantitos and plantitas—to indulge in eco-farming right in their own backyards.

This means ample space to grow produce for a whole family’s daily supply—and a reasonably short time between sowing and harvesting. In a span of just weeks, home gardeners can savor real farm-to-table freshness.

Settling down in a Garden Lot home, residents are inspired to forge a community that flourishes with healthy, sustainable living—with all the fine attributes that families can expect from a premium residential development.

The Grove at Plantation Hills is where one can build a primary home while growing their farm. It is expertly designed to follow the blueprint of its natural surroundings and does not build at nature’s expense. It is a neighborhood embedded into the environment, thus, provides an abundance of nature-inspired activities it brings to homeowners.

Surrounded by hectares of verdant landscape and multiple mountain views, The Grove at Plantation Hills also provides ample natural space for deep relaxation and improved mental well-being. Thoughtfully crafted amenities such as ponds, pocket parks, a playground, gazebo and even a relaxing tree-lined perimeter path evoke a genteel farmer’s lifestyle.

At The Grove at Plantation Hills, discerning home seekers can flex their green thumb anew as they discover newfound interest in home gardening. The Grove creates an environment where nature is not just a view and a way of life. It is also where one’s journey to sustainable living begins.

As in all themed residential enclaves of Tagaytay Highlands, all facilities and personnel strictly adhere to sanitation procedures and safety protocols including disinfection, hand sanitation, wearing of face mask and face shield, and social distancing.

Property management has been consistent in complying with health and safety precautionary measures and delivering quick crisis response during adverse natural and high-risk events.

Tagaytay Highlands is a private resort/network of themed residential communities where access to top-notch sports facilities and recreational amenities is part of the privilege and exclusive benefits of a TH member/homeowner, their families and their guests.

Topics: The Grove at Plantation Hills , Garden Lots , Tagaytay Highlands
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