Located in Brgy. San Jose in San Miguel, Iloilo, Amaia Scapes Iloilo features innovatively-designed homes that the Filipino families can afford. It compliments urban living without any compromises in quality. The property designs are coupled with unique and secure community concepts.
Amaia Land has one residential development in Iloilo, Amaia Scapes Iloilo. The property is designed with unique and secure community concepts.
Affordable House and Lot in San Miguel
Amaia Scapes Iloilo is specifically located in Brgy. San Jose, in San Miguel, Iloilo. About 980 house and lot units for sale stand on a 15-hectare relatively flat land. The house and lots are available in twin pod, twin homes, single home, multi pod, carriage pod, and bungalow pod with configurations from 25 to 75 sqm. Each unit is designed with generously sized bathrooms and open space layouts.
The neighborhood is fitted with a basketball court and a swimming pool to keep the kids and kids at heart active during lull times. Amaia Scapes Iloilo also has a village pavilion where meetings and functions can be held. It is also the area where residents are encouraged to hold their events. Finally, there are patio greens on strategic locations within the community.
Amaia Scapes Iloilo is near the basic needs of a household. There are two retail establishments like Robinsons Place Iloilo and SM City Iloilo to get the necessities. Schools are also nearby including the University of San Agustin, University of the Philippines Visaya, and Central Philippine University. The same goes for hospitals like Western Visayas Medical Center and Qualimed Iloilo.
Additionally, the dwellers may choose to work at Iloilo Technohub, where most BPO companies in Iloilo operate.
Advantages of Buying a House and Lot in Iloilo
Falling in love with Iloilo—whether you’re there for a quick getaway or a hesitant relocator—is easy. For one, it is the most livable city in the Philippines, as declared in 2014 by the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) among several organizers.
The place itself is one of the reasons you should consider buying a house and lot in Iloilo. Not to mention, the fun festivals as Iloilo is home to Dinagyang Festival and rich cultural heritage where ‘the past is always present’ because of the presence of centuries-old churches and ancestral houses. Also, Iloilo is rolling out the Iloilo Heritage and Urban Renewal Project at present. It aims to preserve historical landmarks and other iconic architecture in the city.
But there is more to Iloilo that are equally worth exploring.
1) Incredibly kind people
Ilonggos are among the most thoughtful and sweetest people you’ll ever meet. There’s a certain lambing in their accent that makes each encounter with them all the more charming. And they speak softly and gently, often accompanied by a smile. The Ilonggos are also very helpful you won’t regret having them as neighbors.
2) Well-flavored Ilonggo cuisine
Food in Iloilo, which bursts with savory tastes, is a source of pride among the locals as well. Even so, the province is known for two things: chicken inasal and seafood. Inasal is iconic wherein it was prepared with the basic ingredients (salt, soy sauce, vinegar, black pepper, and soda). But what makes it different is the banyos (or marinade). The basting sauce also has anato oil, giving it a slightly pungent taste and smell. Seafood, on the other hand, is in abundance since Iloilo is on the coast side. Fishing is a primary industry, so you may buy a big tub of fish and oyster at lower prices.
3) An eco-friendly city
Iloilo City is a livable, green city. In 2012, Iloilo City Hall unveiled its newest renovation—the rooftop with solar panels. This was the first in the Visayas island. Now, the city hall is also equipped with landscaped gardens and rainwater harvesting systems. In 2014, SM City Iloilo also pioneered environment-friendly practices among commercial establishments. Then, in 2019, the local government launched a campaign urging market vendors to maintain and sustain clean and green markets.
4) Improved quality of life
The Ilonggos are well-aware of the need to enhance their overall wellbeing, and the local government is one with them in achieving this goal. The Iloilo River was rehabilitated and became the prime mover for the locals to engage in a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle. Iloilo River Esplanade, which won the 2018 Best Landscape Architecture award, sparked a renewed interest to do more outdoor activities. The newly-restored Sunburst Park is the continuation of achieving this goal with its wide public spaces where the locals may do brisk walking or jogging early in the morning or at night.