By Kat Sebastian (The Philippine Star)
MANILA, Philippines - Ying to see a movie on its first day and when you get to the counter you find out the last full show is already sold out? Everyone hates missing out on something truly incredible. Being the last to find out about something is never a good feeling, whether it be a good movie or a good investment. Portofino, a lush development by real estate developer Brittany Corporation, is already an established ommunity in the South. It may seem fully occupied with its elegantly designed homes, but beyond its iron-wrought Italian-inspired gates still lies prime inventory. Portofino is continuously growing and expanding, offering more space for your ideal home.
Designed to inspire, there is no other place you would want to live once you’ve seen what Portofino has to offer. The 300-hectare community boasts vivid landscapes and lush trees that surround the established Italian homes. How sweet would it be to wake up every day with soft sunlight seeping into your community which seems to be fresh out of a postcard?
A Prime Investment
Besides just living a grand lifestyle in the picturesque Italian-themed community, an acquisition in Portofino is a solid investment. Its land value has significantly increased over the years.
Hailed as the New Alabang, Portofino is located in Daang Hari – a major thoroughfare connecting Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Cavite and Laguna. Adding convenience and accessibility, a Daang Hari exit from the South Luzon Expressway will soon be a reality. Another factor is the planned 15-hectare commercial area. Aptly named
Mercato di Portofino, this area will be filled with cafes, restaurants and specialty shops – a place for residents to enjoy the laid-back Italian way of living. With the continuous growth of the community, it’s easy to say that many homeowners can attest to what a great investment Portofino is.
You don’t want to be that last person in line who doesn’t get to see the movie. Visit Daang Hari and see firsthand why homeowners say you haven’t lived until you’ve lived in Portofino.