Horizon Terraces sets bar in mountain view living


    Horizon Terraces, a thriving condo-townhouse development in Tagaytay Highlands, sets the bar high in mountain view living.

    Tagaytay Highlands adds to its extensive portfolio of themed residences this quality property development for discerning homeowners.

    Tucked in the nature’s best offering, Horizon Terraces is the epitome of a holistic living experience with amenities that promote wellness. Aside from the modern yet refreshing take of the residential areas, homeowners will be enjoying postcard sceneries of some of the most iconic picturesque landmarks in South Luzon – the Taal Lake and Volcano and Mount Makiling.

    This enclave of a 3.2-hectare land inspired by odern Asian architecture is the first integrated development that features both Garden Suites and Garden Villas in its roster of residential lineup. Considering the preferences and ideals of selective home buyers, Horizon Terraces offers the finest selection of living spaces for optimum holistic living.

    The Garden Villas, perfect for close-knit families, has a generous floor space of 136 to 168 square meters (sq.m.).

    The cross-functional den can be converted into either an entertainment area or a guest room. Large windows at the living room, dining hall, and kitchen spaces offer stunning views of the outside. Meanwhile, private bedrooms with ample modular closets, shelving system, and en-suite bathrooms at the third floor are accessible via modern staircases for an added feel of a grand rural living. Lush private gardens and a seamless access to the central park will add to the total refreshing ambience for the homeowners.

    Garden Suites is a low density five-storey luxury condominium inclusive of one- to two-bedroom units of 43.12 to 68.35 sq.m. of living space. The large panel window in every Garden Suites unit allows the use of natural lighting plus the fresh mountain breeze that soothes your body and mind.

    The first residential condominium building of Garden Suites is slated to be topped off this month, while the rest of the buildings are expected to be completed by next year.