House and lot For Rent in Merville, Metro Manila

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A house for rent in Merville is relatively inexpensive, with rates from Php25,000 to Php100,000.00 per month, varying based on the size of the house, the number of rooms, if it’s furnished or not, and how convenient its location is.

Merville is part of the BF Homes development, the largest private subdivision in Metro Manila.

The city of Parañaque was once a trading spot where residents traded with Chinese, Japanese, Indonesians, Indians, and Malays.

Parañaque was officially designated as a town in the year 1580, and achieved city status in the year 1998.


A Home in Merville Subdivision

Merville Paranaque Modern HomesNeed a home that is close to the business districts but also in a peaceful and quiet area? A house in Merville Subdivision just may be the answer. All available houses for rent have 3 to 5 bedrooms, as well as adequate toilets and baths. Houses come in a variety of styles ranging from bungalows to spacious two-storey and three-storey detached dwellings. Homes on more spacious lots have additional amenities such as swimming pools, terraces, parking slots for two or more vehicles, as well as space for lanais and gardening. The generous lot space also adds to the peace and security of residents, and provides a sense of spaciousness and breathing room.

Merville is an excellent place to live since it is only a short drive from major business districts in Makati City and Taguig City. Access to main thoroughfares such as the South Luzon Expressway is possible through the Moonwalk Road and other access roads. The proximity of Merville to the central business districts of Parañaque City and its neighbors makes rented homes prospects for conversion to staff houses and dormitories.

Another advantage of living in Merville is access to the amenities of subdivision life such as basketball courts and the village market, as well as the presence of full-time security staff manning the subdivision entry points. This adds to residents’ convenience as well as peace of mind with living as well as working from home in this subdivision.


Urban Living in Merville Parañaque

Homes you can rent in Merville ParanaqueMerville Parañaque’s proximity to the City of Manila as well as the province of Cavite have made it a strategic location for business as well as commercial development. The presence of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Philippines’ busiest airport, provides further impetus for economic growth. This is exemplified by the presence of large shopping complexes such as SM Prime Holdings’ malls SM Bicutan, SM City Sucat, and SM City BF Parañaque. Newer commercial developments include the Aseana Square Mall, Walter Mart, and the Duty-Free Fiesta Mall attached to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. The latter is an almost mandatory stop for Filipinos, especially OFWs, returning from overseas. Other commercial developments in Parañaque City include the Amvel Business Park, Aroma Beach Resort, and Resorts World.

Integrated hotels and casinos in Parañaque such as the Solaire Resort & Casino, City of Dreams Manila, and Okada Manila have boosted tourism by attracting foreign tourists. These resorts and complexes also have designer and boutique shops, fine dining restaurants, theaters, and other entertainment attractions. Various performing arts groups and theater tours are featured regularly in these hotels.

Residential development has also made much headway in Parañaque, with examples such as the BF Homes Subdivision as well as newer condominiums and apartment complexes. These residential developments offer security, privacy and comfort, while remaining very accessible to the rest of the metropolis. These are particularly attractive not just for residential purposes, but also for conversion to small offices and commercial spaces.

Notable sites in Parañaque include the National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, more commonly known as the Baclaran Church. The Baclaran area also has an extensive flea market and bazaar that does particularly swift business during the holidays.

Aside from the South Luzon Expressway, other access roads to Parañaque and its subdivisions from the north of the metropolis include Quirino Avenue, Ninoy Aquino Avenue and the Dr. A. Santos Avenue. On the other hand, the South Luzon Expressway as well as the Manila-Cavite coastal road open Parañaque to the cities of Las Pinas and Muntinlupa, as well as the nearby town of Zapote in the province of Cavite. Public transport such as buses and jeepneys ply these thoroughfares, adding to the convenience of travel in and around the city.