CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – St. Francis Heights, the first project of Pontefino Estates here, will hold a day-long open house today (Saturday, March 17.)
Aside from the completely furbished model unit, guests can take a glimpse of the fully-constructed interiors of some of the 305 units, each with its own unique color and design.
Conveniently situated along Masterson Avenue, St. Francis Heights’ prime and strategic location at an elevation of 100 meters above sea level is close to the financial and commercial district uptown, including proximity to Xavier University High School and SM City Cagayan de Oro.
“It is also envisioned to add sophistication and character to the lifestyle of the Cagayanons,” said Fino Land Inc. general manager Voltaire Antonio Flores. Fino Land is the developer of Pontefino Estates.
“St. Francis Heights is flood-free, breezy and close to nature. We will surely deliver value for money products with quality. This upscale development gives focus to a well-balanced and holistic lifestyle through open spaces and varied exclusive amenities that engage residents to enjoy the routine of personal health and self-care,” Flores added.
One corner unit has a total floor area of 99.65 square meters while one-mid unit has a floor area of 98.41 square meters. It has its own living room, dining room, kitchen, toilet and bath, maid’s room, carport, master’s bedroom, master’s toilet and bath, two extra bedrooms, a common toilet and bath at the second level and a hallway.
St. Francis Heights is part of the bigger Pontefino Estates CDO, a 36-hectare enclave of exclusive residential projects, commercial and office space leasing, retail stores and dining options for the growing uptown market.
According to Flores, Fino Land decided to do business in Cagayan de Oro because it is one of the fastest growing, moderately urbanized and most peaceful city in the South.
“We chose CDO because of its rustic urban combo, strategic infrastructure and inherent potential for growth. People from Bukidnon, Iligan, Valencia, Butuan and other municipalities have even bought second homes here,” he said.
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