Urdaneta City in Pangasinan, where Amaia Scapes Urdaneta is located, is one of the cleanest and greenest cities in the north. Own a house and lot; the available floor areas start from 34 sqm.
Affordable House and Lot in Urdaneta
Amaia Scapes Urdaneta is developed within a 14.8 hectare relatively flat property, sprawling naturally in the plains of the province. It would have a total of 849 house and lot units that range from 28 to 56 sqm.
Further, various features and amenities complement the house designs. These are the swimming pool, basketball court, play area, and the village pavilion. The developer made sure that each amenity suits the needs of the households, particularly those with children. At the back, there is a mango orchard where mango trees are abundant and bear fruits when in season.
The neighborhood is located in Urdaneta Calasiao Road in Urdaneta City, which is home to the biggest market selling fruit, vegetable, and livestock. Getting household needs, especially the healthier foods, would be easier and always at a cheaper cost.
Amaia Scapes Urdaneta is one to two rides away from retail centers such as Magic Mall, CB Mall, and 168 Mall. It is also near neighboring towns like Calasiao, Villasis, and Sta. Barbara. Going to Baguio City is just two hours of a bus ride away.
The provincial government of Pangasinan claims that the province is the best place to invest, work, live, and, yes, raise a family. True enough, there are several reasons you should consider buying a house and lot in Pangasinan.
1) Home to sightseeing wonders
Every nook and cranny of Pangasinan is worthy of exploring—from Lingayen, its capital, to Dagupan. Each town has an attraction or product that may pique the interest of the travelers and residents alike, of course. If you live here, you’d have the luxury of time visiting each of them.
Lingayen has a park within the capitol that is somewhat resembling the Nami Island of South Korea. Bolinao, where Cape Bolinao and Bolinao Lighthouse also located, is known for its pristine beaches. Alaminos has its Hundred Islands National Park with a total of four developed islands, namely Quezon, Governor’s, Marcos, and Children’s islands. Dagupan City is a popular place for buying pasalubong, especially bangus (milkfish). Manaoag is also widely visited by patrons and even non-Catholics.
2) Diverse cultural heritage
Speaking of the Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag that is known for its miracle creation, Pangasinan’s diverse culture manifests in its churches. The province is home to many Hispanic churches. Some of the churches may look modern on its facade because they were damaged and rebuilt, but the interiors are a different story.
While the Manaog Shrine is the typical starting point of a visita iglesia, it usually includes prominent places of worship in the caldera-shaped province. These are St. Joseph the Patriarch Parish Church (Mapandan Parish Church), St. Hyacinth Parish Church, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Church (Mangaldan Parish Church), St. John the Evangelist Cathedral (Dagupan Cathedral), Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Church, and St. Dominic de Guzman Parish Church.
3) Strong perception about welfare
The Pangasinenses are sensitive to issues such as welfare. They gravitate towards taking care of the people around them and their wellbeing as well as their fortunes, happiness, and health, among other essential things.
They know how to be frugal—a trait that reveals the Ilokano side of the Pangasinenses—and extravagant when they have to. Baptisms, weddings, and fiestas are just three of the things they go all out. Their extravagance is not necessarily a show off either because, for them, it is their way of giving thanks to the Lord.
4) Takes pride in the gifts of Earth and sea
Pangasinan is one-part agricultural and one-part aquafarming. This is one good thing about living in Pangasinan— access to cheap agriculture and aquaculture products. Farmlands abound, and so are farmland-converted fish ponds for fish rearing. Aside from bangus, malaga (rabbitfish), oysters, prawns, and sea urchins. You may buy directly from the traders or at any bagsakan (usually the public market).
This is also not surprising since the various rivers traverse Pangasinan. Agno River is the longest and eventually leads to the Lingayen Gulf. There are other major rivers such as Patalan River, Cayanga River, Bued River, Angalacan River, and Sinocalan River.