Centrally situated in a safe, quiet & desirable neighborhood with 24/7 roving security guards and enclosed in a gated community, this newly constructed 2-story home has a modern minimalistic feel for a small family or retirees wanting to live in Bacolod City. Enjoy the close proximity of Robinsons Place Bacolod & City Mall for your shopping or grocery needs. BPO companies such as IQOR & Concentrix are just around the corner as well as a wet market for fresh meat & vegetables. A few mins drive to SM City Bacolod, Manokan Country, or pick up your family at the Bacolod-Silay International Airport within minutes. Wanting to experience Masskara Festival or Octoberfest or even wanting to try our world-famous delicacy, Chicken Inasal? No problem! This home exits along Lacson Street where all the actions happen. Hospitals, Universities, Spas, and Restaurants are close by. This minimalistic home offers 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms. A clean and dirty kitchen and a laundry area. Coving lights on the living & dining area. A rustic dining set & couch also provided. All rooms have built-in cabinets, window type air conditioners, beds & mattresses. Wooden design Korean Blinds covered the glass windows which made the house have a cozy & homey feel. The house has its water and electricity meter & equipt with a fiber-ready internet if desired. 1 car parking available. This house is move-in ready. Just pack your bags & move. Why live in Santa Clara Subdivision? Well-off families called Santa Clara Subd their home since the '60s. Residents are business owners, small families, and retirees. Why live in Bacolod City? Where is the best place to live in the Philippines? According to MoneySense Magazine and the social media channel, The Conyo Times, it’s Bacolod. The capital of Negros Occidental is also known as the “City of Smiles” and is famous for its colorful and vibrant Masskara Festival. It offers rich experiences in culture, food, and fun, and is said to have the ideal combination of urban progress and country charm. It further boasts of rich history, a scenic environment, and a hospitable community. For those looking to live outside the metro, Bacolod is one of the best alternative places to settle in.