GOODBYE to Ed & Guia's Former Ancestral Home
HomeTHE HOME WE WILL MISS8A & 8BPhotosMap

Welcome graphic

Sadly we have parted from our beautiful home in Antipolo which we lived in for more than 15 years.  We have handed it over in 2015 to the care of a lovely Italian-Australian/Filipina couple. 
 
What used to be a worn down house with a piggery in the backyard was beautifully transformed into a resort home with a pool, fully landscaped garden, and outdoor grill.  Our father who was a botanist, my architect sister, and my mom who was great with embellishing the interiors joined their skills with the talents of my other siblings to revamp our abode into a comfortable place for our then ailing father.  After countless gatherings, wedding receptions, parties, retreats, and team-buildings that we and our close friends enjoyed, we now say goodbye to our wonderful resort home.
 
Nestled amidst the Antipolo mountains overlooking a skyline view of Manila is Ed & Guia's former ancestral home.

COUNTRY LIVING
The resort home has a rustic mountain appeal. Within minutes from downtown, one can take refuge in the resort home’s lush gardens, country-inspired interior and cool Antipolo breeze. 

SPACIOUS GARDEN
Designed for entertaining in a large scale, the spacious backyard garden with a good-sized swimming pool surrounded by exotic tropical plants and large shady trees (fruits of the green-thumb owner’s labor) offers a relaxing summer getaway

FAMILY HOME
Apart from the pool, it has a large barbecue area with a brick-clad barbecue pit, a half-court basketball area and a children’s backyard play set that altogether provide the entire family a relaxing retreat from a frenzied day downtown.

DISTANCE FROM CITY AMENITIES
1.4 km from Sumulong Memorial Circle
2.8 km from Antipolo Cathedral
1.5 km from Lores Market
1.8 km from Shopwise
minutes to Rustans and La Salle University
15 minutes to Eastridge Golf & Country Club and Valley Golf & Country Club
30 minutes from Sunvalley Golf & Country Club




Antipolo.jpg
houseexternal1.jpg

8 Sunset Drive, Lores Farms Subdivision, Barrio Marigman, Bgy. San Roque, Antipolo City 1870