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Type : 5.5 Hectares RANCH LOT WITH 2,500 SQ MTS FULLY CONSTRUCTEDVILLA FOR SALE AT CASTILLEJOS TOWN, ZAMBALES .SALE PRICE : 55 MILLION PHILIPPINES PESOS (55,000,000 PHP).                                                  Location :          Purok 5, Sitio Alusiis,               Barangay Of Nagbayan,                         Castillejos Town,               Zambales Province,               Philippines – 2208. Plot Area :           5.5 Hectares. Built Up Areas :         Ø  Villa : 2,200 m2Ø  Guard House Building: 27 m2Ø  Cleaner’s Quarters 1: 80 m2Ø  Guest Building : 140 m2Ø  Store 1 : 90 m2Ø  Store 2:  25 m2Ø  Cleaner’s Quarters 2 : 70 m2Ø  Piggery:  30 m2Ø  Bldg. for housing goats: 27 m2Ø  Bahay Kubo: 75 m2Ø  Covered Car Parking good for 6 Cars: 121 m2 This is a very beautifully constructed high class Ranch located very close to the main Asphalted Road with a very good access to the Ranch. Beautiful Landscaping & Gardens. Has the following fruit bearing trees like: Mango Trees :167 Nos., Buko Trees: 35 Nos., Bayabas Trees 11 Nos., Camachille Trees: 6 Nos., Chico Trees: 12 Nos., Tamarind Trees: 4 Nos., Duhat Trees: 3 Nos., Atis Trees: 4 Nos., Lemon Trees: 66 Nos., Sineguealas Trees: 3 Nos., Banana Trees: 17 Nos., Avocado Trees: 1 No., Papaya Trees: 6 Nos., Jackfruits Trees: 4 Nos., Cashew Trees:112 Nos. , Starfruit Trees:4 Nos. , Malunggay Trees: 4 Nos.,  There are beautiful Fountains, to add beauty to the ranch. There is an internal heavy duty concrete road inside the Ranch making it very easy to move around inside the property. On the backside of the plot there is a beautiful River flowing. The Main Villa has been built with very high specifications. All the rooms are Air-Conditioned. It is a 2 Storey Villa.There are also Tennis Court and Basketball Court with epoxy coated floorings. In the Main Villa there are following Rooms :·        Halls                               :                  2 Nos.·        Bedrooms                     :                  7 Nos.·        Toilets                            :                   7 Nos.·        Maids Room                 :                  1 No.·        Laundry Room             :                  1 No.·        Big Kitchen                   :                  1 No.·        Kitchen Store               :                   1 No.·        Big Basement Wine Cellar   :         1 No. GUEST BUILDING :·        Bedrooms       :  3 Nos.·        Toilets              :  2 Nos.·        Hall                  :   1 No.·        Kitchen            :  1 No. GUARD HOUSE : § Bedrooms:  2 Nos.§ Hall: 1 No.§ Big Toilet Block: 1 No.§ Kitchen: 1 No. CLEANER’S QUARTER 1 : § Bedrooms :  2 Nos.  § Hall :  1 No.§ Dining Room : 1 No.§ Kitchen  :  1 No.§ Toilet :  1 No. CLEANER’S QUARTER 2 : § Bedroom : 1 No.§ Toilet: 1 No.§ Hall:   1 No.
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Houses for sale in Olongapo are priced considerably higher than in other parts of Zambales, as the selling price range of houses listed in Lamudi is PhP 2,200,000 to PhP 55,000,000.

Located in the province of Zambales, Olongapo, together with the municipality of Subic, is one of the twelve metropolitan areas in the country. Due to its mountainous topography, urban development in Olongapo City can be rather expensive.

Olongapo offers numerous investment opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs. Hotels, resorts, commercial and residential buildings have been in great demand as more and more local and foreign tourists, expatriates and investors descend on the nearby freeport.

Olongapo is also famous for its historical sites: Marikit Park, Olongapo Lighthouse, the Olongapo City Hall, Ulo ng Apo, and the Olongapo City Public Market.


A City of Unity and Innovation

Olongapo Modern Homes you can buyAccording to folklore passed on through generations, the name “Olongapo” came from a legend about a wise old warrior called “apo” who expended great effort to unite the opposing tribes of the land. This decision, however, did not sit well with his other tribe members. One day, apo just vanished without a trace.

After a long search, the body of apo was found, but his head was missing. His tribesmen launched search parties to locate his decapitated head but to no avail. The search was eventually halted. One day, a young boy who vowed that he would not stop searching, chanced upon what appeared to be apo’s head resting atop a bamboo pole. The young boy quickly ran back to his village, screaming hysterically, “Olo nin apo! Olo nin apo! (translates as “head of the elder”). The phrase quickly stuck with the tribespeople, and that’s how, according to the folklore, Olongapo got its name.

Until now, apo’s head remains a symbol of unity among Olongapeños. As a way to pay homage to their great unifier, Olongapo erected the “Ulo ng Apo,” a famous landmark in Bajac-Bajac to glorify the legend of their city.

Today, Olongapo is famous for its innovative approaches to urban management that began in the 1980s, particularly in addressing crime and preserving cleanliness. Some policies pioneered by the city are the Color-coded Transport System, Integrated Solid Waste Management System, and the People's Law Enforcement Board. In 1997, the city won the UNESCO Cities for Peace representing Asia and the Pacific and the Konrad Adenauer Local Medal of Excellence in 1999.

House and Lot for Sale in Olongapo, Zambales

Homes you can buy in OlongapoThe first thing you need to know about Olongapo City is that it is near Subic Bay, a former navy base for the US military that was closed down in the 1990s. It was then the biggest overseas naval base of the United States. Eventually, the naval base was transformed into the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, a tax and duty-free zone similar to Hong Kong. Its close proximity to Olongapo has facilitated a spillover effect which continues to significantly benefit the city’s economy.

Today, Olongapo is a large, highly urbanized area that is quickly developing into a major tourism hub. The city offers exceptional shopping, dining, and adventure opportunities for travelers, expats, and new residents. The city is situated in the western Pacific Ocean which means beaches are plentiful and there are a lot of harbors and marinas. The night market, which begins at 5PM until midnight, has also become an attraction.

In terms of transportation, Olongapo has a well-organized network of roads and rectangular street grids. Jose Abad Santos Avenue is considered the primary thoroughfare that connects Olongapo to the rest of Zambales province. For air travel, the Subic Bay International Airport serves the general area of Olongapo City and the neighboring Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Due to its history, economic vibrancy and geography, Olongapo has become a popular retirement and expat destination. Due to its mountainous land area and proximity to the coast, houses for sale in Olongapo, however, may be considered more expensive in Olongapo than in other parts of Zambales.

A 75-square meter, two-bedroom house and lot for sale in Olongapo with 100 square meter land area is currently sold for PhP 2,600,000. Despite its size and affordable price, this home in Kalakhan, Olongapo has a swimming pool and a gated garage. This property is within walking distance of the beach and is also open for lease.

For buyers who love the sight of the beach, another house and lot for sale in Olongapo will surely be interesting for you. This 200-square meter house set in a 300-square meter land area has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a storage area, a garage, a living and dining area, a swimming pool, and roof deck. The roof deck is a perfect place to view the ocean and sunset. This property is offered in the market for PhP 6,700,000. You can also rent this property for PhP 47,000 a month.

Aside from Kalaklan, you can also find other houses and lots for sale in Olongapo in the barangays of Pag-Asa, Barreto, Gordon Heights, Santa Rita, East Tapinac, and Mabuayan.