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High-quality home developer conquers ‘First Republic’

THE CENTRALIZED amenity area can be used for social gatherings and recreational activities.

Few towns in the Philippines can perhaps compare to the rich, significant historical milestones that the City of Malolos in Bulacan has been known for.

Malolos in 1898 played host to the constitutional convention that allowed Filipinos to establish the First Philippine Republic, reportedly also the first to be put up in Asia. And for a year, Malolos rightfully served as the capital of what history books would dub as the “short-lived republic.”

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Fast forward to today, the now bustling City of Malolos has again paved the way for another first—this time, for property giant Ayala Land Inc.

First residential project

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Through Avida Land Corp., Ayala Land has recently launched its first residential project in Bulacan in a bid to bring its brand of high-quality living in this part of the country.

Strategically located in Barangay Dakila in Malolos City, Avida’s 12-hectare development known as Madera Grove Estates will provide future residents the luxury of enjoying large cut lots and elegantly designed homes that are the first of their kind in Bulacan.

“It was no easy feat for us to finally get and acquire the perfect site for the first Avida Land development in Bulacan,” Avida Land president Christopher B. Maglanoc shared in a recent interview.

According to Maglanoc, it took them five years to find the perfect site, stressing that the company wanted to ensure that their first project in Bulacan will be ideally located, abide by the five pillars that Avida Land is looking for and will coincide with their vision to provide every hardworking Filipino affordable, quality home that he/she deserves. These five pillars, or the so-called “five must-haves,” would be accessible location, design, quality, buying experience and living experience.

Right conditions

MADERA Grove will offer large cut lots and elegantly designed homes.

“We have had other opportunities to look at other sites but this is the one that offered the right conditions. When we found it about a year or two years ago that was when we finally decided to push through with this project on this site,” Maglanoc explained.

A master-planned, modern community, Madera Grove Estates offers future residents the chance to taste the kind of lifestyle that thrives on exclusivity coupled with sensible amenities and high living standards.

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For one, Madera Grove Estates is directly accessible from the MacArthur Highway and is near schools, churches, the Malolos City Hall, and commercial and business establishments. Its ideal location makes it far enough from the pollution and stressful routines of highly urbanized areas, yet still close enough for easy access to Metro Manila.

Future residents of Madera Grove Estates will also find a place for privacy amid green open spaces and trees that will be protected by 24-hour roving security and perimeter fence—allowing Bulakenyos to have a taste of the exclusive lifestyle without having to leave one’s hometown.

Residents are further assured of a worry-free stay as Madera Grove Estates is said to be flood-free and has ample supply of clean water at any given time of the day.

Meanwhile, its centralized amenity area which can be used for social gatherings and recreational activities is seen to foster a sense of community.

Avida Land also stays true to the reputation of all Ayala Land properties in its development of the Madera Grove Estates, which will offer well-constructed and durable homes that will have an attractive, contemporary design.

Available units

There are 366 units available for purchase, including lots only and house and lot units. Future residents may choose from four house types—the Alder, Birch, Cedar and Dane. Beauty and reliability are integrated in these masterful house designs, with floor area ranging from 69 to 117 square meters. Lot size ranges from 122 to 371 square meters.

Each unit is also entitled to a one-year workmanship warranty.

Madera Grove Estates will be managed by the renowned Ayala Property Management Corp. to ensure residents’ standard of living.

Best value for money

Avida claims that the Madera Grove Estates can provide the best value for money and is perfect for long-time Bulacan residents wishing to upgrade their lifestyle.

Professionals working in Northern Metro Manila will also find it ideal to take up residence at Madera Grove Estates, which is envisioned to become a spacious and peaceful community.

As with all Avida properties, Madera Grove Estates is indeed a good choice for those seeking to make a wise, sound investment.

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