Ample space, fresh air, and sweeping views of nature are luxuries that greatly improve living. Throw in resort-like amenities and accessibility to conveniences, and you’ve got a nurturing place in which to live, build a life, settle down.
About an hour from the metro, at 1,000 feet above sea level, the 640-hectare Eastland Heights in Antipolo by Megaworld subsidiary Global-Estate Resorts, Inc. allows residents to live a life amid natural wonders.
According to Filipino architect JJ Acuna, people nowadays yearn for “more ventilation, more daylight, access to greenery, and indoor-outdoor spaces at home.”
In a world hit by a pandemic where people have no choice but to stay indoors most of the time, most of us crave for “sunlight, fresh air, space, and an open sky,” he added.
Designed with the well-being of families in mind, Eastland Heights is an integrated lifestyle community that thrives with nature as its backdrop. Abodes can be built on ample space, with lots ranging from 300 square meters to an expansive 2,000 square meters.
Within Eastland Heights’ sprawling residential village is the world-class 36-hole Forest Hills Golf Course. Places for relaxation of the mind and body are just a few steps away, such as Springs, a water-leisure park which uses natural spring water.
Inspired by the ambience of world-famous resort island Bali in Indonesia, Springs has landscaped pools and slides for adults and children alike, revitalizing spa concessionaires, and cabanas, among others.
Putting a premium on health and relaxation, amenities and facilities include a fitness center, tennis and basketball courts, pocket gazebos, picnic tables, a pool bar, and an event pavilion where residents can host family and business gatherings.
Convenience is a prime feature in this community as commercial, retail, and institutional establishments are all nearby.
Residents also enjoy sights of rare flowers and birds that can be found within the community, as 40 percent of the entire property is dedicated for environmental preservation.
To top it all off, panoramic views of the Sierra Madre mountain range, the Ortigas skyline, and lush greenery are like a warm embrace of Mother Nature.
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