Being cooped up in the house has reenergized our green thumb, reawakened the plant lovers in us, and made many interested in farming—out of sheer boredom or born of necessity.
We now have “plantitos” and “plantitas” as well as urban farmers growing the food they serve on the table. Suddenly, soil, which nourishes us, is finally receiving the attention it deserves.
The nourishing characteristics of soil and eco-farming are being promoted in a residential property in Tagaytay.
The Grove at Plantation Hills goes beyond offering homeowners little patches of greens, it combines leisure residential and farming concept in one—allowing residents to enjoy the conveniences of modern living and the joy of cultivating the land, growing their own fruit trees, vegetables, herbs, and other food sources in their backyard
Families living in their very own modern farm house are encouraged to take advantage of the residential farm lots. The 22-hectare property located within Tagaytay Highlands features Orchard lots ranging from 750 to 1,300 square meters and Garden lots with 450 to 600 square meters.
The eco-farming lifestyle at The Grove, combined with thoughtfully crafted amenities like neighborhood ponds, fishing deck, pocket parks, playground, gazebo, and a tree-lined perimeter path, makes for a relaxing and tranquil home base.
In addition to the aforementioned amenities are the refreshing views of Midlands Golf Course, Batangas countryside, Mount Makiling, and Taal Lake and Volcano, all contributing to the “getaway” attraction of this residential development.