A tropical mid-rise development in the highlands of Tagaytay allows city dwellers to experience the peace and quiet of the countryside
For many years, Tagaytay welcomes one of the largest numbers of tourists in the country thanks to its proximity to Metro Manila. On a typical weekend, droves of people from the capital flock to Tagaytay for a quick getaway, their most popular destination--the Taal Lake and Volcano. Land values around this tourism spot have shot up, making it challenging for people who dream of calling Tagaytay their home to move to this side of the country.
Property developer, Avida Land, sees an opportunity and launched the Serin condominiums, a mid-rise residential development in Tagaytay highlands. Their promise to the community and the people wanting to stay there--”live everyday like a vacation.” Following the success of the first phase of development, Serin West, the developer rolled out the second phase, the four-tower Serin East.
The iconic view of Taal Lake and Volcano can be seen from every unit in every building in Serin East along with the vistas of Laguna de Bay, Makiling, and Tagaytay Ridge. Each building’s orientation takes advantage not only of the views but also of the cool mountain breeze people have come to love about Tagaytay. Downstairs, people can enjoy the development’s common resort-like amenities such as the clubhouse and the swimming pool.
Serin East appeals to anyone from young suburban families to empty-nesters, expatriates, and retirees. Located in Barangay Silang Crossing East, Cavite, accessible via SLEX and Coastal Road Expressway, the development is characterized by its use of a neutral earth color palette and pitched roofs, which lend a rustic and tropical undertone to the countryside estate.