Eton launches P1-B residential dev’t in Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Published April 9, 2018, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By James A. Loyola

Eton Properties Philippines, Inc. has launched an 8.7-hectare residential development called TierraBela at Eton City in Sta. Rosa, Laguna with lots worth about P1 billion.

In a statement, Eton said TierraBela is envisioned to be an Italian-Mediterranean enclave where city meets nature with its fully-integrated township.

“We are currently offering our clients the opportunity to invest in lots in TierraBela,” said Eton AVP for Marketing, PR and Corporate Communications Martha Herrera-Subido.

The 8.7-hectare development boasts of generously cut lot areas averaging 323 square meters ensuring spacious homes nestled among refreshing open spaces, said Eton.

According to the company, lots are being sold at about P22,500 to P23,000 per square meter for a price of P4.64 million for a 206 square meter lot. A total of 213 lots are up for sale.

“TierraBela’s lesser density neighborhood, cleaner air, natural light, and close to nature vibe make it an ideal family weekend getaway destination in itself,” said the company.

The village features choice amenities such as fitness trails, parks, playground, picnic and barbecue areas for residents to enjoy. The village clubhouse has an adult and kiddie pool exclusively for the use of residents, basketball court, and a function hall.

TierraBela is fully-integrated with a township that offers diverse options in shopping, dining, leisure and entertainment.

The first phase of which is Eton City Square, a commercial strip which features over 11.5 hectares of a low-rise retail community mall with modern dining choices, retail outlets, and recreational spaces, will be launched this year.

On top of lifestyle and dining choices, the Eton City township will be home to the future campus of University of the East and adjacent to the site of the University of Santo Tomas Sta. Rosa campus.

With a business district in the pipeline, Eton City is envisioned to be an education hub and one of the South’s relevant business districts.