Camella expands to Bohol-A A +A
Sunday, July 15, 2012
LIVE each day like a tourist at the beaches and islands on some days and on historical trips to ancient architecture at the old towns, plazas and churches or pay a visit to the island’s most popular resident – the inimitable and rather cuddly tarsier.
All these you can experience everyday as the country’s biggest homebuilder launches Camella Bohol. To live the rest of your tomorrows on an island paradise, log on to www.camella.com.ph.
Expanding its portfolio in the Visayas Region is of particular excitement to the group, as noted by Camella’s president, Jerylle Luz C. Quismundo, “There is an immense sense of pride in the massive expansion efforts we have undertaken. Filipinos don’t just live in Metro Manila and its environs. The great majority have chosen to build their lives in their hometowns. The land there is beautiful, the quality of life is incredible, and we would like to be there for them.”
Camella Bohol is regally located in Bool, on the island’s southwestern tip. Here, one’s windows open up to a panoramic view of the whimsical Banat-i Hill, the only hill in Tagbilaran, the capital and the island’s only city. Proffering an amazing view, one can spy the magnificent Panglao with its world-famous beaches. Further to the left is Pamilican Island, among the country’s richest dive sites. Beyond them, gleams the rich green-blue of the Bohol Sea. On especially clear days, the island of Siquijor can be spotted, dreamily floating in the distance.
Camella Bohol is the first community in Bohol that offers full amenities, in much the same way every development under the “Camella” brand does. Open spaces fringed by wide tree-lined roads and lushly landscaped greenery create the feeling of more room to stretch, run and grow. For leisure and neighborly bonding, there is a swimming pool, basketball court, playground, and pathways for a gentle stroll or a brisk jog. There will also be a Clubhouse. It will be the place to gather, celebrate, unwind, and enjoy R & R with friends and the family. Gated entranceways and roving security guards provide the residents with round-the-clock protection.
At the heart of this idyllic “hamlet” is the Community Center. Allowing the village to be practically self-contained, the Center will be a commercial district-in-miniature.
Eventually housing a grocery, drugstore, bakery, coffee shop, and other services the community might find useful.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on July 16, 2012.