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House and Lot For Rent in private Landco Premiere village, San Pedro, Laguna

A profitable investment OR a beautiful place to grow your family. This corner lot house is a unique lot within a unique village. It has 3 open sides which gives it the feeling of ample space. The southwest corner borders the tree-lined main road. Twice a year, the fire trees bloom along the 2km road, which makes it one of the most beautiful streets in San Pedro. Sunsets can be enjoyed on the open garden and the master bedroom on the west side of the lot. And because Stonecrest is an open village, the house was designed to take advantage of this. The wide doors both on the north and west side, connect the interior to the exterior of the house seamlessly, giving it the feeling of living within a garden. All throughout the year, the location enjoys the gentle breeze coming from all directions. It is the personification of “Living Your Everyday Like a Vacation.” - No Flooding, Hidden Utility, Strong Water Supply, Cultured Landscape, Bird Sanctuary, 24/7 Security, Sidewalks, French Light Post, Club House, Swimming Pool, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Adobe Foundation - SkyWay (30min to Makati), MCX, CAVITEX - Brent, Xavier, Zobel, Miriam, Woodrose, Southridge - Southwoods Mall, Nuvali, Evia, and ATC  - Lot Area: 380 sqm (effective ~500sqm) with double corner lot, single neighbor at the utility side only - Floor Area: 290 sqm with high ceiling - Bedroom: 1 master, 2 bedrooms, 1 driver and 1 maid - Toilette/Bath: 1 master, 2 common, and 1 utility - Room: Bar, Living, Dining, Eat-in Kitchen, Foyer, 2 Car Garage (easily converts to another room) - 4 Car Port, Plenty of Street Parking
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4 Bedroom House for Rent near Solenad Nuvali, VistaMall Sta Rosa & Laguna Tech.

Inclusion : ·         Eight inverter aircon (located in the 4 bedrooms, living room, dining, office, and family room) ·         Dining table with 8 chairs (capacity is 10-12  persons) ·         Sala set in the living room and family room ·         Elba Electric Oven ·         Elba Induction ·         Lights ·         CCTV ·         Five (5) Bedframe with mattress ·         Combi blinds Lot Area: 376 sqm Floor Area: 429 sqm two (2)-storey, with attic and partly with roof deck reinforced concrete frame building, with granite and ceramic tiles on concrete floors, plastered cement finish partly with decorative stone on concrete hollow block walls and partitions, hardiflex board ceiling, wood panel, hollow, core flush types and glass on powder-coated frame doors, glass on powder-coated frame windows and roof tiles w/ thermal insulator roofing. Bedroom Ground Floor : 1 guest room with  toilet and bathroom 1 maid’s room with toilet and bathroom (with double deck bed frame) 1 driver’s room with toilet and bathroom (with double deck bed frame) Second Floor: 3 bedrooms with toilet and bathroom Neighborhood: It is located in an exclusive residential subdivision characterized by modern Asian touch with the interpretation of Thai Architecture displayed by plush residences of Phuket Mansions. Landmarks in the immediate vicinity: Ø  South Forbes – Tokyo Mansions Ø  South Forbes – Bali Mansions Ø  Westborough Town Center Ø  Scandia Suites Ø  South Forbes Villas Ø  Laguna Technopark Ø  Paseo de Sta. Rosa Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Vista Mall – Sta. Rosa, Solenad 1, 2 & 3 serve as the commercial and shopping centers near the area. Community centers like public market, churches ( 5- 8 mins. drive ---St. Benedict church and Don Bosco church) , hospitals/clinics, private and public schools are easily accessible from the property. Electric power, potable water supply and telecommunication facilities are all available at the site. Likewise with 24-hour security.

San Pedro: The City Where Laguna and Metro Manila Meet


The City of San Pedro, a first-class city with a population of 325,000, is located just south of Muntinlupa and is the first Laguna local government unit after Metro Manila. Named after the patron saint Peter the Apostle, the city is the fourth largest city in Laguna and is also the most densely populated.

Originally called San Pedro de Tunasán, San Pedro became a town in 1725. It was an Augustinian estate at first before the Jesuits took over ownership. The estate became a duck-, fish-, Sampaguita-, and fruit-producing hacienda under the Jesuits. As such, it was never safe from tenant-landlord disputes. In 1902, the name of the town was shortened to San Pedro. From the Spanish era until the Japanese occupation, San Pedro operated under the shadows of its hacienda past. It only was freed from the bondage of social history when President Ramon Magsaysay signed the Land Tenancy Act of 1954, effectively reselling the properties to tenants at their own suggested prices.

San Pedro today is highly urbanized. Although it only achieved cityhood in 2013, it has been a major urban area in the province since at least the 1980s, thanks to its proximity to the National Capital Region and for being highly accessible from the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). As a result, many manufacturing companies, most notable of which is Alaska Milk Corporation, have chosen San Pedro as the base of operations, as goods can be quickly shipped from the city to practically every corner of Southern Luzon.

The city is also a well-known “bedroom community.” This is due to the fact that thousands of its residents commute to Metro Manila every day to work, although many are also employed in the neighboring cities of Carmona in Cavite and Santa Rosa and Biñan in Laguna.

San Pedro is considered as a highly competitive city. Aside from the aforementioned manufacturing companies, the city is also home to countless home-grown companies and establishments. Almost 5,000 business establishments are registered, including large manufacturing and industrial plants, most of which are found in the city’s Barangay San Vicente and San Antonio areas.

The city is also home to more than 50 private and public schools that offer elementary, secondary, and tertiary education. The most well known among them is the Polytechnic University of the Philippines San Pedro and Our Lady of Assumption College. All of these establishments are perfect for families who have kids going to these schools. They may take advantage of the houses for rent in San Pedro, Laguna.

House for Rent: San Pedro Laguna’s Property Options


San Pedro, Laguna is known for hosting a number of housing subdivisions. These residential subdivisions have also opened a way for homes, old and new, to be rented at an affordable cost. Most of San Pedro’s residential subdivisions are located around the city center or in Poblacion. The most well known of San Pedro’s subdivisions is perhaps also its largest: Pacita Complex (I and II), and its main road is now a bustling national road lined with many commercial establishments.

Aside from the Pacita Complex, there are many other subdivisions where one can find houses for rent in San Pedro, Laguna. These include those developed by some of the country’s largest homebuilders like Camella of Vista Land, P.A. Properties, and those built by smaller local companies. The Poblacion area especially offers plenty of townhouses built by private owners. Here, one can choose from many options, from the age of the structure to design to the payment scheme.

When buying is not an option, a house for rent in San Pedro is perhaps the next best option. Renting gives any home-seeker the flexibility of finding a home to be used in the short- and long-term without any of the financial responsibilities associated with owning a property. Properties that can be rented may go as low as PHP 5,000 per month. One example is a 64-square-meter house situated in a village. It has a carport and a front-yard. Another is a fully-furnished three-bedroom house that is perfect for short stays or vacations. These bigger houses for rent can cost around Php 70,000 up to Php 320,000 and have a driver’s room, maid’s room, garage, terrace, and landscaped gardens.

For house-seekers, the choices they will find for these types of homes are diverse in terms of design and price although, typical of towns and cities close to Metro Manila, the private subdivision homes outnumber them.

As the real estate market of the city is also rapidly developing, renting is also a great way to acclimatize and get familiarized with the surrounding before deciding to settle and purchase a home. Plenty of subdivision developments are currently in the works, and many more are planned by some of the country’s largest developers. There will definitely be plenty of options for homebuyers in the years to come, but for now, opt for a house for rent in San Pedro instead.