New house and lot along Cavitex, close to the Hotel Kimberley, Tagaytay City
Large balcony out the front of the property
Modern living space leading to open kitchen area
Downstairs study room
Two further bedrooms upstairs both with built-in wardrobes
Common shower room
Tagaytay has traditionally been one of the most visited tourism destinations in the Philippines. It was the most visited Philippine tourist destination in 1998, and the trend is likely to continue. The weather in Tagaytay is one of the primary attractions for people to live outside Manila, but the spectacular view of Taal Volcano is undoubtedly the biggest tourism draw. Tagaytay is only about 45 minutes from Makati, Manila's business district. It is only 30 minutes from Alabang, an area which is currently Manila's most exclusive suburb. It is only 15 minutes from Santa Rosa, Manila's fastest growing suburb which is destined to replace Makati as "the place to live" and Santa Rosa will likely be the Philippines main financial district within 10 - 15 years.
The fastest way to get to Tagaytay is to take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) which was formerly known as the South Superhighway. Exit at Santa Rosa, and in about 15 minutes you will be in Tagaytay. You can also go the "old way", which is through Silang, Cavite.