Teens live a full life at Northpoint

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Sunday, January 5, 2014


TEENAGERS place a lot of importance on their pursuits, from school, to hobbies, sports, recreation, friends, family, and many more. In short, they want to be able to do what they want and live life to the fullest.

It is important then for parents to ensure their adolescent children get what they need, and provide the best home environment that will allow them to blossom and reach their full potential as individuals.

Nothing comes close to providing this ideal home environment than Northpoint, a British colonial themed condo community at the junction of Buhangin Road and JP Laurel Avenue in Bajada, Davao City.

As a landmark condo development of Vista Residences, Northpoint provides a safe, decent, and suitable home for teenagers to live full and live well at the same time. Here they are able to pursue their interests while enjoying the condo's charming ambiance and deluxe facilities and amenities.

Within the comfort of their condo home, teens can host sleepovers with their close friends, or hang out at the indoor gardens to swap stories and share laughter. With the airy and well-lighted atrium decked with live plants, it’s a comfortable place to entertain.

Wakefield Manor, the clubhouse, serves as the condo community’s social center where teenagers can nurture friendships with their fellow teen neighbors and friends. It has a multi-purpose hall where they can lounge, read a book, or chat, and even hold birthday parties, reunions, and other social gatherings.

The clubhouse houses a wellness pool with salinated water where they can have a pool party or just splash around and take laps. Wakefield Manor also has free WiFi connection for surfing, logging on in social networks, chatting online with friends, and do research for homework.

For something more active, teeners can have several rounds at the soccer table at the multi-purpose hall, or make full use of the equipment at the fitness gym. The jogging trail gives them the option to take a leisurely or brisk walk or a stimulating jog.

Northpoint has a fresh and green environment that teenagers will love. They can find a quiet spot in the pocket gardens or under the cool shade of a tree and do their own thing like reading a book, writing on their journal, or even something creative like writing a story, drawing or painting.

With hundreds of imported Caribbean pine trees growing all over the grounds and giving off a cool and refreshing pine scent, they will surely enjoy strolling around Northpoint and frolicking with their siblings, neighbors or friends.

All those fresh air will be healthful for these energetic teens. And while they roam on their own or with their friends around the condo community’s verdant surroundings, parents know they are safe with Northpoint’s 24/7 security.

With plenty of exciting things to do at Northpoint, teenagers don't have to leave home to entertain themselves. And when they stay home, their parents are happier knowing they are in a safe, convenient, and comfortable home.

Investing or renting in this premier address then is the best option parents can take to provide the best home for their children. They can do so by visiting Camella Davao at Delgar Bldg., JP Laurel Avenue, Bajada, Davao City, or calling 295-3973.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 06, 2014.

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