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Lot Only for Sale in Somerset Lane, Tarlac City

Salapungan, Tarlac
Overview Welcome to the cozy calm of Somerset Lane, an American New England themed community located at Barangay Salapungan, Tarlac City. With lush surroundings and a range of leisure amenities, every moment grows special as you bond with your loved ones every single day. Somerset Lane offers mid-sized residential lots and American-themed 2-storey and single-storey houses with usable roof deck. This gated development is within a flood-free location that affords its residents the best of both worlds-proximity to Tarlac’s attractions and the countryside ambiance. Features & Amenities Modern and complete amenities present endless opportunities for quality leisure. • Swimming Pool • Clubhouse • Basketball Court • Garden • Parks and Play Areas • Gazebo • Picnic Hut • Bath House • Multi-purpose Court • Children’s Playground Location Somerset Lane is accessible via MacArthur Highway. It is serviced by public transports 24/7 such as bus lines Five Star, Genesis Transport, or Victory Liner. Alternatively, it may also be accessed faster via Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway (TPLEX) exiting at Victoria. Somerset Lane is located at Somerset Lane, Brgy. Salapungan, Tarlac City. How to get there: From Manila: Take a bus bound for Baguio or Dagupan which will exit at Sta. Ines exit and pass by Somerset Lane. Landmarks: • Uniwide – 2.9 km • McDonald’s – 1.3 km • Don Bosco Technical Institute – 0.95 km • Metrotown Mall – 0.9 km • SM City Tarlac – 2.1 km • Tarlac State University – 1.2 km • Jecsons Medical Center – 0.95 km • San Sebastian Cathedral – 0.95 km HLURB LS No. 17919 | Completion Date: 01/2014
₱ 864,000
100 m²
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Tarlac is a vast land-locked province in the Central Luzon Region. It’s bordered by Pangasinan to the north, Nueva Ecija to the east, Zambales to the west, and Pampanga to the south.

A smaller lot for sale in Tarlac would cost around Php 100,000 for 100 square meters. Bigger cuts, on the other hand, could go up to Php 4.5 billion for 30 hectares of land.

One reason to buy land in Tarlac is its multi-cultural heritage. It’s one of the most diverse in the region when it comes to ethnic groups. The residents are Kapampangans, Pangasinenses, Ilocanos, and Tagalogs.

A lot for sale in Tarlac offers many business opportunities. Land in the western area would be close to forest lands, ideal for timber harvesting; it’s also the area where minerals such as manganese and iron can be found.

 

Tarlac is a vast land-locked province in the Central Luzon Region. It’s bordered by Pangasinan to the north, Nueva Ecija to the east, Zambales to the west, and Pampanga to the south. Tarlac spans approximately 305,345 hectares and this is precisely why a typical lot for sale in Tarlac has a considerably bigger cut compared to other provinces. Tarlac lies in the Central Plain, the largest plain in the Philippines from which the country gets most of its rice and crops. Tarlac, specifically, is known for its sugar and rice plantations. It’s a prominent sugar producer in Luzon; the municipality of Victoria is particularly famous for its Muscovado sugar.

 

Nearby Establishments

Schools:

- Tarlac Montessori School

- Central Luzon Doctors' Hospital Educational Institution

- College of the Holy Spirit of Tarlac

- Don Bosco Technical Institute in Tarlac City

- Tarlac State University

 

Malls:
- SM City Tarlac

- CityMall Tarlac

- Robinsons Luisita

- Metro Town Mall

- Magic Star Mall

 

Churches:

- San Sebastian Cathedral

- Immaculate Conception Parish Church

- Victory Tarlac

 

Hospitals:

- Central Luzon Doctors’ Hospital

- Tarlac Medical Center

- Ramos General Hospital

 

Prices

A smaller lot for sale in Tarlac would cost around Php 100,000 for 100 square meters. Bigger cuts, on the other hand, could go up to Php 4.5 billion for 30 hectares of land. These huge lands are ideal for agriculture or commercial developments; they’re sold at approximately Php 15,000 per square meter.

 

Why should homebuyers consider buying land in this /area?

Apart from the luxury of having clean, fresh air, living in Tarlac also gives you access to fresh produce. Another reason to buy land in Tarlac is its multi-cultural heritage. It’s one of the most diverse in the region when it comes to ethnic groups. The residents are Kapampangans, Pangasinenses, Ilocanos, and Tagalogs.

 

Investment/Business/Work Opportunities

Tarlac is a predominantly agricultural province. In fact, it’s among the region’s largest producers of rice and sugarcane. Other crops such as corn, coconuts, bananas, calamansi, mangoes, and vegetables are also grown in Tarlac. A lot for sale in Tarlac offers many business opportunities. Land in the western area would be close to forest lands, ideal for timber harvesting; it’s also the area where minerals such as manganese and iron can be found. There are rice and corn mills, sawmills, logging establishments, and three sugar-refining centers in Tarlac. There’s plenty of work opportunities within the farming and industrial sectors in the province.

 

FAQs

  1. Can I buy land for residential use?

Yes, there are lots for sale in Tarlac that are within residential areas.

 

  1. How much is the average price per square meter for land close to the New Clark City?

For lots that are about 10-15 minutes away from the entrance of the New Clark City, the selling price would be around Php 3,500 per square meter.

 

  1. Can I buy agricultural land that already has a functional farm and crops?

Yes, you can buy land with fruit-bearing trees and even barns and farming equipment already installed.