Step on the cobblestone pathways and lose yourself in the enchantment of Portofino. The vast 300-hectare estate south of Manila seamlessly blends the charms of old world Italy and the contemporary chic of modern Europe. At the heart of the classic Italian-styled homes are distinctive courtyards complimented by Italian architectural details such as cupolas, gabled roofs, and pocket gardens.
The sprawling development offers a wide array of amenities. Get fit and healthy at Portofino Heights’ Monte di Portofino with its Roman lap pool, fully equipped gym, badminton court, basketball court, tennis court and a landscaped jogging trail. It is also the site of the clubhouse, grand ballroom, function rooms and an outdoor amphitheater.
Portofino South’s Parco di Portofino, on the other hand, has an interactive play pool and a basketball court. A clubhouse, badminton court and fitness center are set to be built as well.
Portofino is at the Uptown section of Evia, a massive 600-hectare integrated development which links four major cities and municipalities south of Manila. This master planned metropolis will include University Town and Knowledge Base, The Riverwalk with its high-end retail and dining establishments, Santuario Madonna del Divino Amore Shrine and The Fernbrook Gardens, and the 20-hectare Evia Lifestyle Center which will be ensconced between Portofino Heights and South.
Portofino residents have access to Makati, Ortigas and Quezon City through the South Luzon Expressway, Tagaytay through Molino/Aguinaldo Highway, and the heart of Manila, Caloocan, and Bulacan through Coastal Road along Manila Bay. A direct access from the South Luzon Expressway is also in the works.