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Robinsons Homes wins prestigious award for best mid-end housing development

/ 02:55 PM December 01, 2021

Leading real estate company Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) recently garnered prestigious recognitions for its vertical and horizontal residential properties during the 9th Property Guru Asia Property Awards. Robinsons Homes, RLC’s trusted brand for master-planned, gated subdivisions, won Best Mid End Housing Development for its Springdale at Pueblo Angono development.

Among all the entries submitted by property developers all over the country, it emerged as the best in location, value for money, unique selling points, state of completion, sales success, design concept, site layout, innovation, use of space, quality of amenities, construction and materials used, and sustainable function.

The 3.5- hectare Springdale at Pueblo Angono is situated in the bustling municipality and art capital of the Philippines- Angono, Rizal where it is strategically located near commercial centers, academic institutions, hospitals, places of worship and government offices. The development is suitable for startup families as it is complemented by spacious parks and green open spaces which contributes to 41% of the total land area; a clubhouse; a multipurpose court; and a playground all within a secured neighborhood. What’s more, homeowners get to enjoy the locality’s  cool climate as it is 198 meters above sea level. With lots ranging from 100 -150 square meters, Springdale at Pueblo Angono offers expandable modern contemporary house models, abundant living spaces and lasting homes.

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Springdale at Pueblo Angono offers affordability and flexibility in pricing and payment schemes; and convenient living as it is strategically located within the main highway.

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Springdale at Pueblo Angono is Rizal’s real estate trailblazer, introducing the first duplex-type house offering within its proximity.

“Robinsons Homes takes pride in its solid track record of building beautiful pamana homes for more than 25 years. Being awarded as the Best Mid End Housing Development by the region’s largest and most respected real estate awards program, is a true testament of our commitment to nurture the Filipino family and give them the opportunity to start living the good life, ”says Mico Racelis, RLC Senior Vice President and Business Unit General Manager for Robinsons Homes.

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Robinsons Homes offers a complete portfolio of master-planned communities nationwide. Its sub-brands Bloomfields, Brighton, and Springdale cater to every type of Filipino family. To date, there are more than 10,000 homes spread across 35 enclaves in 11 key cities in the country.

For more details, visit http://www.robinsonshomes.com or email [email protected]. Follow @OfficialRobinsonsHomes in Facebook and Robinsons_homes in Instagram or  contact (+632) 8397-0358 / 0998-840-2065.

Robinsons Homes Springdale

Springdale at Pueblo Angono offers its homeowners a fusion of two design styles, modern and contemporary. Modern representing an era that focuses on lines and traditional styles, while contemporary which is more eclectic and geared towards energy efficiency.

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Springdale at Pueblo Angono homeowners Genaro Goloyugo and Christel Orias.

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