A Suburban Enclave to Raise Your Kids Well

Published in PhilStar (Modern Living Section) D-3 on Feb 1, 2014

Published in PhilStar (Modern Living Section) D-3 on Feb 1, 2014

Modern parents want nothing less than the best for their children, especially when it comes to raising them well. No wonder why many parents today choose family-oriented homes conducive to learning and social interaction.

One perfect example is Ara Vista Village, a 50-hectare suburban enclave in General Trias, Cavite designed for start-up and growing families looking for a more peaceful and amiable home address to live. Its location takes families away from the city’s hustle and bustle but close enough to enjoy modern conveniences children will need as they grow. Even the charm of nature is well-maintained around the village through wide open spaces and lush pockets of greens. And being the Philippine’s first Telepolis — an epitome of the Information Age City, it is Wi-Fi enabled, affording residents high-speed, wireless access to the Internet all-day.

Its masterplan was well-thought-out to offer sports and social amenities for spending quality bonding time together, including basketball and tennis courts, swimming pools in the clubhouse and playgrounds as well as theme parks where families can perform outdoor picnics while appreciating the beautiful surroundings.

Attending holy mass every Sunday will be easy as Christ the King Church opens inside Ara Vista Village in the near future. Quality education will be offered when the new branch of AMA School begins its operation within the village premises. Commercial and retail spaces for specialty shops and stores are also expected to redefine leisure and shopping for residents.

“Ara Vista Village is a self-contained, suburban community that features everything parents would want their children to experience to live a well-rounded life,” said Amb. Amable R. Aguiluz V, chairman of AMA Communities Inc., the horizontal community developer of AMA Group.

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