Property Finds Asia | HANA GARDEN VILLAS: The Future of Home of Filipino Families | Christmas season is upon us and it is the time of year again when Filipino families come together in celebration, an activity that is a must for the season of giving. Family and relationships are important in Filipino culture, so they take every opportunity to gather and meet up for reunions and family gatherings. Family scenes such as sharing meals, having fun playing games, endless chatter, and generally having a good time together are replicated mostly in the comfort of their homes.
During the holiday season, the warm and joyous family experiences are one of the primary elements of the community envisioned by Chan Toei Properties (CTP) for its soon-to-be-available flagship project – the Hana Garden Villas.
With Japanese-inspired homes ideal for Filipino families seeking a healthy comfort and work-life balance, Hana Garden Villas is set to create a vibrant community that aspires to a quality of life revolving around close family ties. Recently launched, Hana Garden Villas is currently offering housing units scheduled for turnover in 24 months. TOEI President Chihiro Sato says, “the smiles of our clients and the voices of our future residents will turn our hypothesis into conviction.” TOEI is a subsidiary of IIDA Group Holdings, the largest provider of Ready-Built homes in Japan.
Designed by L.V. Locsin Partners and TOEI, homes are fitted with three bedrooms and four bedrooms unit options that are perfect for families with relatives who are visiting and/or staying over for the holidays, an important occasion to most Filipino families.Its home concept design is centered on the needs of the family for spaces for bonding moments as well as generous spaces for welcoming guests. With open layouts that connect to their private gardens, each home is perfectly designed to host private gatherings so that families can get together and create loving memories.
For hosting bigger Christmas parties, the clubhouse features an open-function area with a scenic view of Mount Makiling. Architect Jorge Yulo and his design team also made sure that other amenities such as the infinity lap pool, kiddie pool, gym, and outdoor lounge areas are warm and welcoming to residents and guests.
With masterplanning by Joel Luna Planning and Design, utilities and cables will be placed underground allowing residents and guests of Hana Garden Villas uncluttered views of the natural surroundings while enjoying leisurely strolls along tree-lined streets while enjoying the cool weather of the south. Pedestrians can walk, jog, or run in the connected parks, and elevated intersections for smooth and safe movement within the village. Taking inspiration the word “hana” (the word for flower in Nihongo), the boutique community will have lush flowering trees and greenery over its soft sloping terrain landscapes designed by Clarq Design Studio.
Conveniently located at Nuvali Boulevard corner Canlubang Golf Road in Cabuyao, Laguna, the property is close to Solenad mall, Landmark, S&R, Landers, and the Uniqlo stand-alone store. With these establishments all less than eight minutes away, family members need not worry about last-minute runs for more food, drinks, and party essentials when extra family members visit at the very last minute.
As envisioned by the Chairman of Chan-Toei Properties, renowned musical icon and businessman, Jose Mari Chan, Hana Garden Villas will provide its future homeowners “harmony and satisfaction that will live on for generations.”
A bright and exciting future awaits families when Hana Garden Villas open their Japanese-inspired homes in 2024.