Your Home Awaits at Tagaytay Highlands

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

It's certainly a very tough time for all of us as the pandemic ruffles all our feathers, tests our patience and seek time for prayers. People right now are at the comforts of their homes or looking for a more quiet space away from the hustle and bustle of the city, making their once weekend vacation houses into permanent homes. I've been to Tagaytay Highlands quite a few times already and it sounds like a great idea to live there.

Tagaytay Highlands is a mountain-resort themed estate blessed with majestic views of Mt. Makiling, the Canlubang Valley, Laguna de Bay and Taal Lake. The place is not just a weekend retreat, it has evolved into a place to build your dream home and it has for a lot of people. Its huge lots, Swiss Alps reminiscent log cabins and large units are made to endure years, perfect place to create those happy memories with family and friends. Tagaytay Highlands has always been like that. Exclusive, yes, but it feels so much like home.

Tagaytay Highlands has always been managed well. They employ high security standards which enable residents and guests have a safe place. They also launched clean-up and repair operations this January where major roads, driveways, golf courses, landscapes and other common areas were rehabilitated, fixed and repaired. It's why the place remains in pristine condition before the pandemic happened. I've had memories with family gatherings, weddings, events in The Spa and Lodge, the Tagaytay Highlands Golf Course, dining places and the Sports Center which comprise the major facilities of this place.

This makes it a dream safe haven for homeowners and guests. It remains to be one of the few communities with low-density populace and wide-open spaces plus clean mountain air. I envy those who get to live there everyday.
The place also enforces stringent health and safety standards as they follow measures mandated by government health authorities. Residents and guests are encouraged to do frequent handwashing, wear face masks and shields outside their homes. They are also to observe social distancing. Property employees continue to be monitored closely and undergo non-contact thermal scanning upon entering the property. Temperatures are again checked at all main entrances,  canteen and offices employ two-meter distance for employees to keep everyone safe.

The same goes with management, staff, security and technicians of the Tagaytay Highlands as they continue to provide services to homeowners, guests and members. This makes it one of the nicest place to be in. A safe place to stay, with stunning views and people who care. You might want to live there too.  


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