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Idyllic sanctuary in the city

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Idyllic sanctuary in the city

/ 05:41 AM September 23, 2017

An idyllic lifestyle in a burgeoning city.

Such is the contrast presented by this paradise of a development called The Lake at St. Charbel. The latest project to rise within the community of St. Charbel South Executive Village, this picturesque property is defined by its breathtaking vistas and serene surrounding that make for a perfect antidote to a highly urbanized cityscape.

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“The 28-hectare The Lake at St. Charbel is a masterplanned community in Dasmariñas, Cavite that inspires an easy, laid-back lifestyle that’s seldom seen in the metropolis. Its most unique feature is its lake with a picturesque lighthouse, landscaped picnic area and recreational pool,” said Liezel Tuason-Magpoc, chief executive officer and executive vice president of Sta. Lucia Ventures Inc.

Located along Governor’s Drive in Dasmariñas, Cavite, it allows for quick access to various transportation hubs, recreation and entertainment areas, educational institutions and other areas of interest.

“Here at The Lake at St. Charbel, residents can easily escape the stress and confines of the urban jungle. It’s an enhanced lifestyle that awaits future residents, a far cry from the fast-paced, adrenaline pumping setup that’s quite the norm these days,” Magpoc noted.

The Lake at St. Charbel is nestled in verdant greenery along the banks of a magnificent lake. This private enclave of well-appointed residential estates serves as a perfect alternative for those seeking for a more relaxed, serene, and slower pace of life while still enjoying the comforts of the modern world.

“It is a dream come true for many individuals who aspire to experience that rustic, laidback lifestyle that seem to have become a luxury these days. Here, future residents are treated to a lush, peaceful, and thriving community setting,” Magpoc said.

“The Lake at St. Charbel is composed of 988 residential lots, 87 of which are lakefront lots. The average residential area is 120 sqm while the average lakefront area is 240 sqm,” she added.

Meanwhile, community facilities and amenities include landscaped gardens and promenades, basketball court, picnic grounds and picnic sheds. Residents can likewise enjoy activities like kayaking on the lake, picnics on the mini-island, and parties at the clubhouse.

Moreover, The Lake at St. Charbel proves to be a good investment not only because of its location but also because Dasmariñas is known to be the wealthiest local government unit in the province of Cavite. It has the greatest number of universities in the province compared to other municipalities, as it hosts De La Salle University Dasmariñas, Philippine Christian University, Technological University of the Philippines, St. Jude College, and Westhill International School.

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“But really, what makes this development a good investment is that despite the modern conveniences it offers, residents at The Lake at St. Charbel will enjoy a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life with the serene and peaceful charm of lakeside living. It’s a paradise close to nature, but conveniently close to the metropolis,” Magpoc explained.

“And yes, we believe that the market is more than ready for a lakeside community development like The Lake at St. Charbel because the cities are becoming bigger and more congested. The market is now looking for communities that offer laid-back environment, but which are just a few hours’ drive from Metro Manila. The Lake at St. Charbel targets a market who is looking for a bigger property for a growing family and those looking for investments that offer unique amenities,” Magpoc concluded.

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