Sitting just above one of Tagaytay’s highest ridges, Tagaytay Highlands is home to a network of exclusive, themed residential communities, Asia’s most exciting golf courses, a considerable amount of restaurants and bars, and a variety of leisure and other fun activities. Addition to the list are the stunning and majestic 360-degree views of the surrounding nature, namely: Taal Lake, Taal Volcano, Laguna de Bay, Mt. Makiling, and so much more.
For about an hour to an hour and a half drive from Manila, Tagaytay Highlands has easily become a favorite weekend getaway spot primarily because of its world-class facilities and amenities, one-of-a-kind recreational activities, and affluent residential communities. More than anything, Tagaytay Highlands is home to three of its major communities, namely The Highlands, The Midlands, and The Greenlands.
Set just at the heart of The Greenlands is Tagaytay Highlands’ newest development, The Grove Plantation Hills. This residential community is believed to combine leisure and farming into one, allowing residents to live a laid-back life in such a setting. Read through this entire article to learn more about this new eco-farming, residential community:
Residential and Farming Concept
Plantation Hills is the first residential community at Tagaytay Highlands to introduce luxury eco-farming combined with a residential and farming concept. The entire community aims to promote the pleasures and benefits of homeowners living closer to nature, thus it allows residents to enjoy organic farming just right in their own backyards.
The Grove at Plantation Hills
Within the entire community of Plantation Hills lies The Grove, one of Tagaytay Highlands’ newest ventures and agricultural projects in promoting the balance of ecology in the Philippines. Aside from its beautiful farming landscapes, The Grove also has picturesque views of The Midlands golf course, Taal Lake, Taal Volcano, Mt. Makiling, and Batangas countryside.
The whole community is dedicated to pushing sustainability and eco-farming forward through its 14-hectare land solely for nature parks and other open areas, a fishing pier, lagoon parks, and so much more. Additionally, The Grove at Plantation Hills also seeks to promote less to zero waste management by integrating proper waste management systems and allowing both organic and conventional farming practices to help preserve and improve nature’s surroundings.
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