Living in the city nowadays has been synonymous to pollution, traffic and cramped spaces.
Fortunately, there are a few areas where young professionals, starting (and growing) families and flourishing entrepreneurs may still be able to invest in for a future home that boasts of a picturesque landscape that offers only quiet calm and tranquility.
Tivoli Royale Subdivision, nestled on verdant terrain in a private neighborhood in Quezon City, is considered a green sanctuary in the city. It is one of very few areas clearly overlooking the hills of Antipolo and Marikina Valley, in both flood and west valley earthquake fault line-free residential subdivision and certainly conducive to a happy and healthy family living.
The ongoing construction of Don Antonio Station of MRT-7 at Commonwealth Avenue plus the new alternative inner access road going to Katipunan Avenue places Tivoli Royale in a more strategic prime location.
Accessible also to key establishments like churches, top universities and colleges, medical institutions, government offices, commercial centers and major shopping malls, Tivoli Royale is a highly secured subdivision with 24/7 security service.
With only less than 100 existing homeowners on a 22 hectares subdivision in a less densely population, Tivoli Royale is now known as home of celebrities, businessmen and professionals.
Property developer and manager New Creation 101 is behind this charming community including the Tivoli Royale Country Club, found inside the subdivision which offers various amenities (sports, recreation, events) for homeowners and private members.
Real property investing at this time, especially for those who want to build beautiful homes for their families and promising peace and security amidst the bustling metro, is certainly highly recommended. This is especially true for Tivoli Royale Subdivision.
For more information, please check www.tivoliroyale.com or visit the Marketing Office at 2nd Flr. Tivoli Royale Country Club, Inc. and look for
Gennel ( 0947 822 6405 ) and Claire at ( 0950 191 4620 ) or office landline (02) 814 3933.