Trava by upscale brand Greenfield Deluxe is showing how residents can enjoy sensible luxury in a future-forward community in Sta. Rosa City.
Its name derives from “grasslands,” the idea being that the green, vast open space in Trava.The lots are generously sized from 550 to 750 square meters (sq.m.)
The 33-hectare development is intended to be a mix of residential lots, commercial areas, and approximately 45 percent verdant open spaces, tree-lined roads, parks and open spaces. Eco-rich surroundings characterized by lush pocket parks, and a countryside vista, usually only found in high-end, out-of-town leisure resorts, serve as the backyard here.
The commercial zone within the neighborhood takes care of the villagers’ quick grocery needs and other errands.
In Trava, the homes are gateless and are powered by underground utilities.
The clubhouse amenities and sports facilities are deluxe but not superfluous, enabling residents to make the most out of their wellness experience.
The clubhouse is not just a visual masterpiece by one of the country’s most prestigious architecture companies. It has solar-powered areas and is sustainably designed and constructed using natural and energy-efficient materials such as engineered wood, glass that reduces exposure to UV and infrared light, odorless paint, and permeable pavers were used on the driveways and patios, that allow rainwater to naturally drain, instead of concrete or asphalt.
Since luxury greatly depends on location, home seekers can rest assured that within the growth center of Sta. Rosa City, sustainable luxury is a dream that can be realized.
Unlike in Metro Manila cities, the roads in and out of Greenfield City are wide and well-planned. The business district is masterplanned in a way that it fully integrates with leisure and commercial hubs. It is accessible from Manila and Calabarzon via Sta. Rosa Interchange and Eton-Greenfield Exit, and soon with the Cavite-Laguna Expressway, transportation across those distances will be even more comfortable and efficient.