Yeng Constantino Shares Farmhouse Must-Haves in Quezon Home: 5 Options for Your Own Quezon Rest House 

Yeng Constantino prepares for a laid-back life in Quezon province. The singer-songwriter has recently finished building her farmhouse, which she shares with her husband and fellow musician, Yan Asuncion. 

Yeng gave a tour of her new, humble-looking house in her “Dream Tiny Home Series” on Youtube. She mentioned she always visits her family in Quezon, which prompted her to build a home of their own in the area.

Simplicity is at the core of Yeng’s farmhouse, and it’s notable in its decorations. In her recent vlog, she showed how they glammed up their tiny home’s living room and kitchen area. 

For the living room, which features white walls and a rough concrete floor, Yeng chose household items with neutral colors. From the couch to the floor lamps to the carpet, you’ll find shades of beige, gray, and white.

The rattan accent chairs she got from Ikea add visual interest to the room, while the colorful floor pillows she bought from Dubai infuse a Middle Eastern vibe. 

Meanwhile, the farmhouse kitchen has a concrete countertop with brown and white hues that evoke simplistic charm. Yeng added white-and-wood items, such as a dish drying rack and storage cabinets. The dinnerwares also lend a feeling of nostalgia through their pared-down look.

Overall, Yeng and Yan’s farmhouse inspires relaxation and the dream of having your own cozy space in the province. If you’re considering creating a haven in Quezon, here are some rest house options you can find on Lamudi: 

House and Lot with Swimming Pool at Sariaya 

This two-story house in Quezon comes with a lush, landscaped garden with a pool area. Although it boasts a relatively modern design, its use of wooden furniture and neutral shades creates a warm, inviting atmosphere. It’s a tranquil place for reflection and relaxation, just like a traditional farmhouse.

The property is also roughly half an hour away from Lucban, where you can witness the famous and colorful festival of Pahiyas. The event is a celebration of gratitude to San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. 

Rest House Along the Beach of Atimonan

For this property, the future owner can enjoy having an expansive rest house that doubles as an income-generating estate. It has a land area of over 20,000 square meters, which includes an agricultural lot with planted crops.

One of the property’s highlights is its spacious veranda, where you can get a good view of the garden and enjoy access to fresh air. The property has a 4-bedroom main house, a 3-bedroom guest house, and a 2-bedroom maid’s quarter. It has two gates, with one of them located in front of a beach. 

A Farmhouse in an Eco-Community of Tiaong 

Within a 10,000-square meter land at Tiaong, you’ll find a Burmese-style house with a captivating view of Mount Banahaw. The property is set within a 50-hectare ecologically-oriented community developed by city retirees.

Ideal for a weekend getaway, this rest house is an excellent option for personal use, a rental property, or an agritourism site.

Modern Concrete Rest House in a Tayabas Farm 

Located in Bernardo Farm in Barangay Dapdap, Tayabas, this tastefully decorated home sits on a 1,000-square meter agricultural lot. The house itself has a floor area of 60 square meters, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Hence, its future owner will have an expansive outdoor space. This particular area can be transformed into a rustic farmhouse patio or cottages.

House and Lot with Seaview at Plaridel 

Finally, this furnished property that’s only 10 meters away from the beach is perfect for a tropical-inspired retreat. On the first floor, there’s the master’s bedroom with an ensuite bath and a private balcony, an enclosed veranda with sea views, and another bedroom.

There are two more bedrooms on the ground floor, a living room, a kitchen with custom-made cabinets, a living room, and a lanai. Meanwhile, at the back of the property, there are guesthouses, a vegetable garden, a nipa hut, and mountain views.

When not in use, one can have this property rented out to travelers looking for short-term accommodation or those seeking private homes for celebrations. 

Owning these weekend homes ensures a peaceful stay—far from life’s hectic pace. An instant holiday is always possible, as well as generating extra income.

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