Los Rayos Lake Residences is a 37-ha residential development that lets you live amid nature’s splendor.
By: Din M. Villafuerte – @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:51 AM March 17, 2018
More real estate developers are setting their sights on Davao del Norte’s capital, with Tagum City now being considered as the country’s next big center for the meetings, investments, conferences and events (MICE) industry, and given the new state-of-the-art infrastructure projects currently underway in Mindanao.
It thus comes as no surprise that a number of new property projects are under construction, each offering a different proposition to its prospective buyers.
Among those that stand out is the Hijo Estates township located at the heart of Tagum.
This agritourism destination encompasses 760 ha of natural attractions and prime real estate development.
This sustainable tourism gem—which showcases its natural landscapes as a way to increase awareness on nature conservation—is even hailed as the next big economic hub in this southern part of the country.
And within the exclusive Hijo Estates is Los Rayos Lake Residences, a 37-ha residential development that lets you live amid nature’s splendor with lush mangrove forests, Philippine hardwood trees, and a 4-km stretch of white sand beach right at your doorstep.
And since Tagum City has also become a progressive and secure metropolis, you are assured of ease of living with proximity to numerous key establishments, schools, shopping malls, restaurants, plantations, eco parks and agricultural businesses.
A joint venture between Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (SLLI) and Hijo Resources Corp. (HRC), Los Rayos lets you enjoy the best of both worlds: prime residential living within nature’s splendor while remaining close to the city center.
The exquisite residential retreat is built around a central lake and is surrounded by the lush flora and fauna of Davao. Here, you can wake up to the cool breeze each morning and enjoy leisurely strolls around the recreational facilities.
Aside from the 4-ha lake area, Los Rayos features artist Kublai Millan’s entry statement, a lighthouse, a resort-style swimming pool, clubhouse, basketball court and function room.
Living in Los Rayos will also allow you to enjoy Davao del Norte’s vibrant capital and cultural hub as Tagum City, nicknamed the “City of Festivals” and also “Music Capital of the South,” celebrates 14 festivals throughout the year.
Los Rayos will also be accessible to key cities in the region. The 102-km Mindanao Railway is expected to be operational by 2022 and will connect Tagum City to Digos City in Davao del Sur by only an hour’s train ride and with a frequency of up to six trains per hour.
Major Mindanao cities will also be linked by the railway upon the project’s completion.