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A home in the lively province of Bohol is surprisingly affordable. A small dwelling can be priced for as low as Php 450,000. The premium properties however, usually fronting Bohol’s idyllic beaches, are valued for as much as Php 65 million.

Bohol is most famous for its natural wonders, such as the Chocolate Hills in the municipality of Carmen.

Another prime attraction in Bohol are its beaches, such as those in the municipality of Dauis on the island of Panglao.

Bohol has a rich history dating back to its first settlement in the 12th century, with the formation of the kingdom of Dapitan located in Western Bohol.

 

A Home in Paradise

Buy a Home in BoholHomes and properties in Bohol come in a diverse array of sizes and set-ups. In this province one can find simple compact dwellings, stately 2 storey houses and townhouses, as well as sprawling properties ideal for both residential and commercial use.

One particular attraction of properties in Bohol are their proximity to beaches, such as those in Panglao Island. The view of the crystalline seas is considered a prime selling feature of these structures. These developments may be used as vacation homes or beach houses or converted for year-long use. However, there are also other properties located closer to the provincial capital of Tagbilaran City, ideal for families who prefer to remain more connected to urban life.

Many of our listed properties and homes in Bohol are of the stand-alone or detached type, with each home is located on its own lot. This set up is perfect for young families, retirees, or anyone seeking a respite from the congestion of the cities. The larger lots are also open for further development by prospective homeowners. Some of the beachfront properties are also ideal for developing into inns, small resorts, or other commercial ventures.

A number of these properties already come fully furnished, or semi-furnished. This is advantageous to those planning to move to Bohol province in the immediate future. There are also many unfurnished and open-plan houses and townhouses available for buyers who wish to bring their own furniture or who may want to make alterations to the layout of their homes.

 

Bucolic Nature Mingling with a Long History

House and Lot in BoholBohol forms the heart of the Central Visayas region. This province is a mere short boat ride away from its urbanized neighbor, the province of Cebu. For the most part, Bohol remains free of much of the bustle and noise characterizing life in the metropolises. Bohol has only one city, Tagbilaran, which is also the provincial capital.

Apart from the famed limestone formation known as the Chocolate Hills located further inland, Bohol has other natural sights and wonders. Its beaches on Panglao Island and Nalusuan are much celebrated for their picturesque views as well as their reefs which are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. The marine sanctuary of Balicasag is located a short way from Panglao Island, and is a great place for one to begin an acquaintance with Bohol’s rich biodiversity. Bohol is also the home of the world’s smallest primate, the Philippine tarsier. The tarsier’s conservation center is located in the town of Corella, a few hours’ drive from the capital.

Bohol is also a land of rich history, as exemplified by its old churches. One remarkable place of worship is the Baclayon Church, the oldest coral stone church in the province. This church also has its own museum. Other remarkable churches are the St. Joseph Cathedral located in Tagbilaran, the Santa Monica Church in the town of Alburquerque, and the San Pedro Apostol Parish Church, found in Loboc. Many of these churches sustained damage in an earthquake in 2013, but restoration efforts are well underway. Bohol also has several old watchtowers such as the Punta Cruz watchtower.

Most of the wonderful sights and sounds of Bohol are within driving distance of the city of Tagbilaran. This city has its own airport and seaport, making it convenient to travel to and from other provinces. There are several direct ferry trips to and from Cebu, which is a prosperous business center in the region. Tagbilaran also has several basic and higher learning institutions, as well as healthcare facilities.

 

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