Baguio is still one of the top places that many folks would rather be visiting anytime of the year, not to mention during summer and the holiday season. Baguio is a long-hour drive from Manila, maybe 4-6 hours, depending on traffic, yet the City of Pines never loses its magic, it’s charm, it’s enigma to visitors, foreign and locals, alike. Maybe because Baguio reminds us of our childhood memories? Of mountains and strawberries? And yes, the pine trees. It feels like home. Baguio is home.
This Christmas, or should you be going to Baguio anytime sooner, The Residences at Brent is inviting everyone to check out their places, a picturesque residential community in a rustic mountain lodge setting. Strategically located at the heart of the city but far enough to breathe the freshness of Baguio.
This time around when Baguio’s cold temperature drops to its lowest, ’tis the best chance to experience chilly winter-feel clime that will last until the month of February next year. It would be perfect to experience that while staying in a place where there are wide access to landscape gardens, pocket parks, and bike trails. The Residences at Brent have it all.
“We have something here that captures everything that Filipinos and foreigners will love about Baguio, th cool weather, teh serene ambiance, the thrills, and the rustic atmosphere,” said Ulysses Gaerlan, Willowtree Development Corporation Vice President for Marketing and Sales. Willowtree Development Corporation is the developer of The Residences at Brent in partnership with Brent International School – Baguio and the Episcopal Church of the Philippines.
The Residences at Brent is a 7-building plan project of premium residential and vacation home developments up north. Its first building, The Hamilton Hall houses 16 units in total, with 2-bedroom units, and 3-bedroom Penthouse units. All of which come with electric fireplace and maid’s quarters.
“Our aim is to provide our patrons with a better experience and at the same time remain true to what we originally intended our clients to feel – which is the old-fashion Baguio experience,” added Gaerlan.
These were all revealed during the press launch entitled “Come Home to Baguio” held at Nova Gallery in Makati last December 2. The traditional tapuy wine toasting was done during the event to signify gratitude over the success of the first building and the continuous blessings for the launch of the second. The momentous wine toasting was led by Dick B. Robbins, President of Willowtree Development Corporation.
For those interested and planning their weekend vacation with the family and loved ones, you may call or text 0999-8853715 or 0927-4664442. Email at [email protected] or visit the website www.theresidencesatbrent.com for more details.
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