You’ve got to love Woodridge Place, a project of Tagaytay Highlands, the SM Group of Companies’ leisure development arm.
A 70-minute drive from Metro Manila, the nine-building condominium development harks back to an architectural concept replete with mountain resorts and ski lodges. Sitting over 1, 500 feet above sea level in Tagaytay, residents and their guests can get a kick out of views of the surrounding countryside.
Lennie A. Mendoza, senior vice president of Tagaytay Highlands, said living in Woodridge means “living your life at the top, literally and figuratively.”
The last two buildings of the development – namely Mahogany and Linden – are oriented on an east-west axis which allows the passage of natural daylight, and the mountain breeze. Both buildings have 11 residential floors where units sizes vary from one-bedroom to four-bedroom. Each that are designed with the client’s comfort and convenience in mind. Each unit has large picture windows that allow homeowners to witness nature’s everyday miracle.
The two buildings also share a viewing deck that can be used as an activity area for group events. Families can go on picnics or strolls in the two pocket parks on sunny days. Designed to provide first-class amenities, Tagaytay Highlands is also home to the first and only Swiss Cable Car System in the country, the funicular train, and two challenging golf layouts.