Provence: A heritage-rich setting where traditions and pride-of-place are celebrated

On 350 sprawling hectares in the historic province of Malolos, Bulacan sits a residential community inspired by the exquisite Southeastern French region of Provence. Ubiquitously named after the region, the community echoes the bewitching colors and landscape of the Mediterranean seaside province, with homes that recreate the villages of French resort towns.

In Provence, one will experience comfort brought by the warmth of the community, and convenience brought by the commerce of a city, having been designed to feature not just captivating homes but also business and commercial centers, restaurant options, place of worship, and school inside the estate, making it virtually self-contained.

Accessibility gives homeowners a prime advantage

Provence is strategically located along McArthur Highway near the Tabang and Pulilan exits of the North Luzon Expressway and an easy 30-minute drive to and from Manila.

In Provence, experience comfort brought by the warmth of the community, and convenience brought by the commerce of a city.

Even more exciting are the infrastructure plans set out for North Luzon. For one, the 38-kilometer mass transportation project Tutuban-Malolos Railway connects Malolos to the National Capital Region, serving over 300,000 passengers daily, while the 53-kilometer Malolos-Clark Railway links the city to Clark Freeport Zone and Clark International Airport in Pampanga. Both are part of the 163 kilometer-long North-South Commuter Railway project which aims to connect New Clark City to Calamba by 2025. Malolos and the residents of Provence will be the inevitable beneficiaries of these important railway projects.

About 40 minutes from Provence will be the New Manila International Airport, soon rising on a 2,400 hectare property in Bulakan, Bulacan. Featuring four runways, eight taxiways, and three terminals, it is expected to be fully operational in six years, serving 100 million passengers annually, with a design capacity that can be expanded to 200 million travelers.

Malolos: A city festooned with history

The rush of city living and modern road networks that traverse this great city capital of Bulacan have not tarnished the gentle legacy of its Spanish-era structures and the long heritage of its homegrown heroes. Provence offers a closeness to historical marvels that serve as a  reminder of the country’s vibrant past. The renowned Barasoain Church and the Ecclesiastical Museum, the Casa Real Shrine, and the Basilica Minore de Immaculada Concepcion—all landmarks of a powerful heritage.

Right within this residential sprawl is Vista Mall Malolos, providing residents boundless entertainment and leisure experiences.

But for modern-day Bulakeños, living in the community means easy access to schools like the Centro Escolar University and the Bulacan State University, as well as commercial centers. Vista Mall, a fast-growing local mall chain, sits within the property and provides residents  a selection of local retailers, well-loved global brands, fast food joints and restaurants, a world-class cinema and other entertainment options. Provence is also near hospitals like the Bulacan Provincial Hospital and the Sacred Heart of Malolos Hospital

A selection of amenities for every mood, at any time of day

Brimming with European-style touches, Provence’s open spaces are fringed by tree-lined roads and greenery. For leisure, there is a swimming pool, covered and open basketball courts, landscaped parks and playgrounds, pathways for a gentle stroll or a brisk jog, and a clubhouse where families gather to enjoy rest and recreation whenever they feel like it. Gated entranceways and roving security provide residents with round-the-clock protection.

Homeowners enjoy a selection of amenities for their every mood, at any time of day.

A quality life at every turn

Provence features a full range of house and lot selections, whether for start-up homes, growing families and even retirees. The property provides homeowners the space they need in homes they’ve always dreamed of. It also offers premium lot-only properties – parcels of land that offer more freedom and flexibility on what investors want to build in the future. Whether the purpose is to build a dream house or a retirement abode, the safest choice is a lot in a gated community like Provence. Its excellent address gives an assured value appreciation.

: Elegant details and more spacious rooms with balconies that invite the outside in, for upscale living, comfort and style.

Building for the Filipino families

Camella is the subsidiary catering to the mid-market segment of Vista Land, the country’s premier homebuilder. A familiar name among Filipinos both in the country and abroad, Camella has created an immense selection of quality homes and resort-themed vertical villages in prime settings across the country for 45 years. It has built over 500,000 mid-priced, quality homes in 47 provinces and 149 key cities and municipalities making it the property developer with the widest geographic reach.

Learn more about Provence and other Camella communities. Visit www.camella.com.ph. and follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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