Imagine a suburban community in which residents have access to spectacular sights of mountains, lakes, and cityscapes while indulging in a few rounds of golf. If they want to go hiking or camping, they wouldn’t even need to leave the gates. All this, and they’re only 20 minutes away from Alabang.
It wouldn’t be a stretch to call Ayala Greenfield Estates a magical neighborhood. It provides a safe sanctuary for families in the midst of unbelievable views of Mount Makiling, Laguna de Bay, Tagaytay Ridge, and the glittering buildings of Metro Manila.
Better yet, it’s been built around the natural landscape of the area, making for environmentally friendly homes that are quite literally a breath of fresh air, thanks to the trees and the mountain breeze. The 350-hectare development also serves as a habitat for 35 species and 21 families of endemic and migratory birds. Calling Greenfield Estates home is not unlike holding the keys to your own private mountain—with some first-class, family-friendly perks.
Located within the neighborhood are amenities designed for recreation, health and wellness, and plain old fun. The 15-hectare Nature Park holds facilities for picnics, fishing, kite flying, biking, swimming, and camping. Get active on courts for basketball, tennis, and badminton, or get fit at the gym. There’s even a skating rink and a coffee shop, and most noteworthy is the 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the father of environmental golf course design.
So pack your bags and move on in. Welcome to your very own utopia. – Fiel Estrella