5 Satisfying Reasons Why You Should Consider Buying a Property For Sale in Batangas

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Forget mundane living and start thriving! The myth about the “probinsya life” has been long debunked. There were notions that living in provinces is “boring” and that urban developments are scarce. This isn’t the case anymore. You can definitely have the best of both worlds by simply purchasing a property for sale in Batangas.

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Batangas is first and foremost, a tourist attraction

Consistent with its provincial tourism tagline “It’s all here, it’s so near,” Batangas certainly has it all. Batangas has beaches and dive sites, forests and caves, mountains and hills, waterfalls and hot springs and a lot more! If you have that perennial wanderlust, Batangas is the place for you. 

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Batangas is a historical district

Spanish ministers first set foot in Batangas in 1572. Several years after that, it was founded and was called “Batangan” because of the big logs that were surrounding the Calumpang River. The natives, who were called “Batangan” called the logs as “batang.” The name of the province was later modified in 1601 and became Batangas.

Aside from the origin of the province, there are also heritage sites such as the Mabini Shrine, Casa de Segunda and Punta de Santiago.


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Batangas is filled with delectable delicacies

A certified foodie wouldn’t hesitate to reside in Batangas upon hearing the wordBulalo. It has been the signature dish of the province. Imagine sipping that light-colored soup while pieces of beef fall apart in your mouth. Don’t even get us started on the bone marrow.

Bulalo is just one among many other signature dishes of the province. These scrumptious delicacies are pretty convincing to make you stay and purchase a property in Batangas.


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Batangas is a festive province

Apart from beaches and heritage sites, Batangas is also filled with festivals. The Sublian Festival, is one of the biggest festivals of Southern Luzon. It stems from the Batangueños devotion to patron saints namely, The Holy Cross in Bauan and Sto. Niño in Batangas City. – Jian, pls. mention other festivals to support the line “festive province”

The colorful festivities reflect the province’s rich culture. This is a perfect place for people who enjoy cultural diversity in harmony.


Batangas is only several hours away from Metro Manila

If you ever miss the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila, don’t worry, the province is less than two hours away from the metropolis unlike other provinces which are far-flung and would take several hours to reach the city.

Batangas has grown into one of the country’s most viable real estate locations. Wouldn’t you want to purchase a house and lot for sale in Batangas with high property value?


Title: One of the Very First Real Estate Properties in Cebu City: Inside the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral Home

Location: Cebu

The Queen City of the South is the first landing site of the Spaniards during their settlement in the Philippines. It all started when Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, a Spanish expedition commander landed in Cebu in 1525. Ever since their fateful expedition, the city was slowly filled with heritage spots and one of which is the quintessential Yap-Sandiego ancestral house.

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The ancestral house is located in Parian Street near Colon Street, the oldest street in Cebu. The street was named after Spanish navigator Christopher Columbus (or Cristobal Colon in Spanish).

This classical real estate property in Cebu was originally built by Chinese merchants in the 17th century before being inhabited by Don Juan Yap and Doña Maria Florido. Fun fact: the ancestral house is the oldest Chinese house outside of China.

The couple had three children namely Maria, Eleuterio and Consolacion. Maria Yap, the eldest daughter married Don Mariano Sandiego, Parian’s barangay head at the time. Thus became the Yap-Sandiego ancestral house.

The house, which has been standing for more than 300 years, is still preserved with its original structure. The current caretaker, Val Mancao-Sandiego, is the fifth generation descendant of the owners. He is also known as a heritage advocate, a cultural choreographer and an art enthusiast. He put the heritage under his supervision and claimed that the house is a heritage spot. He refurbished the place by adding coral stones imbued with molave, balayong and terracotta. This real estate property in Cebu is filled with family heirlooms, antique pieces and ancient furniture.

Ever since its restoration, the house has been open to the public and is now a tourist attraction. It is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with an entrance fee of P50.

The Yap-Sandiego ancestral house is not only a heritage site but is also an integral part of Cebu’s history.

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