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Stories told from a Townhome's Storeys

Stories are an essential part of survival. Come to think of it, they are a part of the fulfillment of our basic needs. There's always a story behind the food we eat, clothes we wear, homes we stay in, and people we're with.

Taking on the story lens to develop living spaces, PHINMA Properties crafted Likha Residences, the perfect place in Muntinlupa for life's narratives to be on display in every corner and every storey of the home. 

A Warm Welcome

Adopting modern Filipino architecture, Likha is a property that captures the bayanihan spirit in many ways. A facet of this is our hospitable nature manifesting all throughout the first storey.

You receive guests through the welcoming foyer, which has enough room and light for all the joyful greetings. Your garden serves as a spot to entertain guests while enjoying the southern breeze and comfort of nature, or as a play place for the little ones and pets. While these hosting spaces keep the home busy, you can maintain the spaces with the help of the generous and functional utility area. It houses a pantry, laundry deck, and quarters. Even they tell the story of family and hospitality, as they show the value of caring for the home. You'd be assured that everyone is well-accommodated in every way. Taking it all in, you'll get the chance to feel like you're welcome here; you're home.

A Home for Your Most Cherished Moments

As Filipinos, we greatly value our family ties. Now that the times are changing, our perspectives and connections look different. However, the importance we place on family remains constant. As President and CEO of PHINMA Properties Raphael Felix said, "The home is more important now than ever before." 

Therefore, the second storey is a prime place for the family to build and develop its connection and oneness. Your children can be taught the value of helping others as they give a hand in cooking or baking heirloom recipes. Enjoy a meal together and share the funniest anecdotes at the spacious living and dining areas. Aside from the fun, you can create safe spaces for damayan - you can process big news or cry to tear-jerking movies - and not feel alone. Whether they're high or low moments, you'll get to hold dearly the moments your loved ones are there for you. 

A Space for You to Call Your Own

While it is akin to the Filipino to be unselfish, concern is also part of our spirit. In order for us to give a part of ourselves to others, we must be well taken care of, too. In building the residence, the minds behind Likha ensured that every family member would have their own little sanctuaries.

With three bedrooms - including the master's bedroom - there is enough room for everyone to do their own thing. Whether you're studying or building up a hobby, you can enjoy time with yourself. You can enjoy heart-to-hearts and one-on-one time with your spouse comfortably in the master bedroom. Of course, the intention of coming together remains even in these personal spaces. From the balconies, you can connect with your neighbors while enjoying the open spaces and master planned community. These individual places make room to conjure up dreams and plans as well as build upon them. All the while, it makes the communal spaces even more enticing to share parts of themselves.

A Story All Yours to Make

More than a property or a structure, Likha is designed to make home life more meaningful for the whole family and the genuine community you will be part of. Raphael Felix calls it a "melting pot where the family can congregate". Whenever you come together, you create stories within and beyond the townhome.

Turn the page and write your own stories after storeys. Contact Likha Residences at (02) 8535 6800 or +63 917 535 6800. Experience a glimpse of the townhome by taking the virtual tour through http://bit.ly/LikhaVirtualTour, or visit https://phinmaproperties.com/likha/likha-residences/

Topics: PHINMA Properties , Likha Residences , Muntinlupa , Raphael Felix
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