Gone are the days when luxury only meant living in a state of great comfort and extravagance. Today, real luxury lies in being able to live well while making as little impact as possible on the planet; living comfortably amid lush foliage and fresh air.
To cater to this new demand for sustainable opulence, Greenfield Development Corporation’s upscale brand Greenfield Deluxe is building an ultra-luxe community called Trava at Greenfield City in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
“The vision for Trava is to let homebuyers invest in not just opulence, but even more importantly, in their health and land stewardship,” GDC said in a statement.
Trava, which means “grasslands,” lives up to its name with its sprawling parks and landscaped foliage.
According to GDC, over 45 percent of the 33-hectare community will be dedicated to expansive, green spaces while the rest will be allotted to residential lots and commercial areas.
Each residential lot, spanning 550 to 750 square meters, is spacious enough to accommodate a garden or a private swimming pool beside a spacious eco-home. Whatever the residents’ preferences are, GDC said, there is enough space to do hobbies, have afternoon picnics with the family, or let children play outdoors with other kids in the village.
Outside their backyards, families can create memories in one of the deluxe sports and leisure amenities. Another public space, the grand clubhouse is a visual masterpiece constructed with solar-powered areas, glass that reduces UV and infrared light, odorless paint, and engineered wood.
Other “nature-friendly” features in the neighborhood are its tree-lined roads, permeable road design that allows rainwater to drain naturally, and fully underground utilities that reduce transmission loss and eliminate unsightly lines crisscrossing streets.
Despite being close to nature, residents can easily avail everyday necessities and other conveniences because of Trava’s strategic location inside a master-planned township.
Residents can shop at Greenfield City’s Paseo Outlets, Arcadia, and Laguna Central. Also within the community is the Greenfield Auto Park, a 65-hectare eco-zone hosting the assembly plants of carmakers and factories.
For those with business in Metro Manila or Calabarzon, the township is easily accessible via Sta. Rosa Interchange and Eton-Greenfield Exit, and soon via Cavite-Laguna Expressway.
“The exciting addition of Trava in the 400-hectare Greenfield City underpins GDC’s commitment to build future-forward developments according to the highest standards of quality, using innovative and sustainable practices to create legacies for generation after generation of Filipino families,” the developer said.
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