How do you like the idea of living in your own beach house?
Costa Del Hamilo, Inc. (CDHI), developer of SM Prime’s premium beach resort communities, offers an alternate primary home and haven weekend getaway.
Sola at Pico de Loro Cove is CDHI’s first horizontal project and an exclusive residential community inside the luxury seaside sanctuary of Pico de Loro Cove in Hamilo Coast, Nasugbu, Batangas.
The location, which can be reached by approximately 90-minute drive from SM Mall of Asia, is a private, 2.7-hectare enclave that boasts open spaces, a healthy environment, as well as amenities and services that redefine primary living in the “new normal”. Approximately 40 percent of the area is allocated for lush greens, pathways, roads, and open spaces. There are lounging areas, play areas for kids, and ample lawns for outdoor activities.
Most important, the residential community offers access to 1.5 kilometers of white sand beach, with a mere five-minute walk to Pico Beach.
The architectural design for each Sola home follows a modern tropical theme: a fusion of organic materials such as wood, stones, and lush vegetation with clean lines, contemporary curves, and a muted color palette. The entire village will be buffered by a swathe of greens.
“This new seaside resort community of Hamilo Coast will exude the same modern tropical appeal as the nine residential condominium developments currently sprawled across Pico de Loro Cove,” said Alexis Ortiga, CDHI senior assistant vice president of projects and sales.
According to Ortiga, lot cuts will be single-loaded and regular-shaped, facing a Central Park Spine that will serve as an area for leisure and recreation. “It will be incorporated with spaces that are serene and functional, including a meditation garden, children’s playground, bike lane, and jogging trail.”
Ortiga adds a Rejuvenation Zone pocket park will be connected to Pico Beach.
Aside from its exclusive amenities, lot ownership in Sola comes with an individual membership to Pico De Loro Beach and Country Club.
Source: Manila Standard