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PHirst Calista Mid House and Lot for Sale

Santo Rosario, Magalang
PHirst Park Homes provides its residents with a lifestyle of privilege that many people can only dream of. Pampanga is yet again breaking the boundaries of residential living by bringing comfort and affordability, ensuring residents live the life they deserve as they create more amazing memories with their families. This project is in Brgy. Sto. Rosario. It is accessible through the Magalang-Mabalacat Road and Sta. Ines NLEX. It's strategically located near Mabalacat City, Clark, Bamban, and Concepcion, Tarlac. Soon-to-rise Waltermart and McDonald's. Nearby hospitals include Mabalacat District Hospital, St. Paphael Foundation, and Medical Center, Tiglao Medical Center Foundation, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Medical Center Clark. There are also nearby schools and churches. DEVELOPER: Century Properties & Mitsubishi SUBDIVISION: PHirst Park Homes Magalang UNIT: Calista Mid LOT AREA: 44 sqm FLOOR AREA: 40 sqm FEATURES:       Pre-painted long span roofing system      Powder-coated aluminum frame sliding windows      Steel door on steel jamb      Vynil planks for flooring      Smooth-painted finish walls      Concrete and wooden staircase with steel handrails      Concrete and steel perimeter fence      Provision for parking and garden      Provision for lighting, water, cable/internet, and air-conditioning unit      Provision for expansion       AMENITIES:      Basketball Court      Clubhouse      Swimming Pool & Water Play Area      Cinema at the park      Linear Park      Entrance Gate (Waiting Area)
₱ 1,750,000
40 m²
Floor area
44 m²
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Reasonable House for Sale in Pampanga for less than 3M

Pampanga is a province in Central Luzon covering 2,180.68 km2. It lies on the northern shore of Manila Bay. The area is considered as a fishing and farming region with great culture and people who are known for good cooking and lantern making. They are also known to be peace-loving, deeply religious and future-oriented. The province is located at the crossroads of central Luzon and is highly accessible by air and land.

The price of a house and lot in this area starts with 1M depending on its location. However, usually, if you start with the aforementioned budget you may only have a bare house with 30 m2 and often a single or double room with little space in the living room, kitchen, and bathroom. Compared to a 3M house and lot for sale, the latter can give you a trendy duplex house with 65 m2 land size and 50 m2 floor areas with space that will allow you to modify some details on the interior features. There are 3 average-sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and a car space.


What Would a Purchaser Expect When Buying a 3M House? 
Basic necessities, such as water and electricity are expected when you live in Pampanga. Moreover, because of the advancement of technology, the inclusion of lines for internet connections may be included.  In addition, various commercial sites such as dry and wet markets, shopping malls, and other establishments are near the location. Also, transportation will not be a struggle in the area.


Why Should a Purchaser Consider Buying a House in Pampanga, Central Luzon?
Pampanga is one of the ideal locations for residency as its provincial area will give you a refreshing picturesque home. It has a land area of 2,180.68 km2 and is highly accessible by air and land.

Land travel to Pampanga can be done via highways and buses. Buses that travel the routes of Manila-Bataan, Manila-Zambales, Manila-Tarlac, Manila-Nueva Ecija, Manila-Bulacan-Pampanga, and Manila-Pampanga-Dagupan serve as connections to the nearby provinces and Metro Manila. Apart from the expressways, national highways also serve the province. Two major national highways serve Pampanga, the MacArthur Highway and Jose Abad Santos Avenue. 

The province is also the home of two airfields: Basa Air Base in Floridablanca, which is used by the military and Clark International Airport in Clark Freeport Zone. Tarlac, Nueva Ecjia, Bulacan, Bataan and Zambales are its neighboring provinces. Its land is relatively flat with one distinct mountain, Mount Arayat and the famous Pampanga River. In addition, it has five municipal ports that function as fish landing centers. These are in the municipalities of Guagua, Macabebe, Masantol, Minalin, and Sasmuan.

Farming and fishing are the two main industries of the province, with rice, corn, sugarcane, and tilapia being its major products. Pampanga is also known as, “Home of the Giant Lanterns”. Other than lanterns, Pampanga is also known for its sophisticated culinary industry and is dubbed as “Culinary Capital of the Philippines''. 

Tourism is also a growing industry in the area. Clark Freeport Zone is home to Clark International Airport, designated as the Philippines' future premier gateway. Within the Clark Special Economic Zone are well-established hotels and resorts. Popular tourist destinations include Mt. Arayat National Park in San Juan Bano, St. Peter Shrine in Apalit, Mount Arayat, the Paskuhan Village in the City of San Fernando, the Casino Filipino in Angeles City and, for nature and wildlife, "Paradise Ranch and Zoocobia Fun Zoo" in Clark. Well-known annual events include the Giant Lantern Festival in December, the hot air balloon festival in Clarkfield in February and in Lubao in April, the San Pedro Cutud Lenten Rites celebrated two days before Easter, and the Aguman Sanduk in Minalin celebrated on the afternoon of New Year's Day.

Numerous academic institutions in the province support the education of its citizens from primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. Some of these are AMA Computer College and STI College (with numerous branches around Pampanga), Angeles University Foundation, Colegio de Sebastian, Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University in Bacolor and Lubao, San Vicente National High School, Angeles City Science High School, San Roque Barangay Elementary and High Schools. Shopping malls are just around the corner, such as Vista Malls, numerous branches of SM and Robinsons, also Marquee Mall, and CityMall which are locally established. Medical establishments are also easily found around the place. Pampanga Medical Specialist Hospital, Pampanga Premiere Medical Center, and Angeles University Foundation Medical Center are just a few of the hospitals.

Telecommunications are made available by the national telecommunications networks such as SMART and GLOBE. Several Internet local service providers are also available, such as the Angeles Computer Network Specialist, Information Resources Network System, and Incorporated. . There are also three postal district offices and 35 post office stations distributed in the 20 municipalities and two cities of the province. On the other hand, the Pampanga Electric Cooperative (PELCO) is responsible for electricity. Potable water supply in the province reaches the populace through three levels namely: Level I (point source system), Level II (communal faucet system), and Level III (individual connections). The system provides individual house connections to all second and first-class private subdivisions.


Investment Opportunities in Pampanga, Central Luzon
The road leading to Pampanga is known as Central Luzon’s most vibrant economically progressive. Projects and businesses are developing in its towns in plentiful numbers, particularly in San Fernando where economic activities are at their plainest.
Records from the Department of Trade and Industry prove to such bounty as the government agency documented almost 34,740 new business names registered across the region. 

Pampanga, with its culinary expertise, also keeps up with its flourishing business sector with the new strips of local food restaurants. Various boutiques and beauty & wellness stores are also available all over the area. 

The agricultural industry is also booming in the province. For instance, Mulberry trees can only blossom for half a year in Japan because the plant cannot stand the cold biting winter days. As such, Kuwanosato, a Japanese agricultural corporation that makes artisanal tea, ventured in a three-year trial period to grow mulberry trees at the foot of Mount Arayat in Pampanga.

Pampanga also supports thriving cottage industries that specialize in wood carving, furniture making, guitars and handicrafts. The capital city of Pampanga is also known as the “City of Parol (Lantern) Making in the Philippines”.


Work Opportunities in Santa Ana, Pampanga, Central Luzon
Pampanga is expanding its agricultural fields and industrial/commercial industries. Many opportunities are present for proficient personnel in the field of Agriculture, Manufacturing, and Engineering. Plenty of career choices are evident in the city’s developing industries such as Sales and Retail, Business Management, IT, and Banking. Also, opportunities for culinarily aligned people are there, similar to those who are skilled with doing handiworks.