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Sta. Elena Village perfect for empty nesters

      Many empty nesters nowadays are finding it practical to move from their city houses into city condos because their grown-up children who are starting to have their own children have finally moved out. At first they are generally enjoying their new lives in the high-end luxury condos but then they realize they miss the greenery and openness of their gardens. To this segment, Sta. Elena Village provides a regular every weekend home to retreat on.

   Some will choose the ocean, or the ridges of Tagaytay or a an instant farm lot in Batangas or Laguna. But then travel time is at least an hour and half drive from the city. Sta. Elena provides a better alternative because it is right off the South Luzon expressway thru Cabuyao exit, thus avoiding traffic and at the same time you have proximity to the city, making it possible to do frequent visit to the city. Sta. Elena Village is actually located at Sta. Rosa, Laguna, adjacent to other new development in the area. Its advantage is you avoid the future heavy traffic in the Sta. Rosa highway because it has a route from inside their village to exit near Sta. Rosa Commercial area leading to Tagaytay.

    In fact, the Sta. Elena home would more likely be the real home while the city condo becomes the urban half-way house. The Sta,. Elena home will also give them a nice and spacious place to have their children and grandchildren come over for Sunday lunches. Life for empty nesters are now made easy with Sta. Elena.






Published Wednesday, January 2, 2008 5:32 AM by Chona Esguerra


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