Affordable Rent to Own House in Bacoor Cavite
Easy-access to Metro Manila
Cavite’s close proximity to Metro Manila makes it one of the most accessible places to reside in if you work in Pasay, Manila, or Makati. With Bacoor’s strategic position as the gateway to the province of Cavite, residents can travel with ease to Metro Manila through major road infrastructures such as the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) and Quirino Avenue in the north and the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX) in the south—with commuting time taking as little as 45 minutes.
Those seeking to travel within the province itself will also be glad to know that it is connected to Aguinaldo Highway, the main terminus for all intra-Cavite travel.
Under-construction projects such as the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) and the extension of the Manila Light Rail Transit System which would see the LRT-1 having a station in the city of Bacoor itself only make it certain that the city stands to gain from numerous infrastructure developments that will further ease commuting and travelling to and from the area.
Bacoor is a cultural hub
Cavite has a colorful past with many of our nation’s greatest moments taking place here. Bacoor was one of the flashpoints of the Cavite mutiny of 1872, and is notable for its heritage sites which include the: (1) Bahay Tisa (Cuenca Ancestral House) which serves as the headquarters of the Philippine revolutionary government in 1898; and (2) Zapote Bridge, which saw not just one but two great battles. In 1897 between Katipuneros and Spaniards and in 1899, this time between Filipino and American troops. Annually, a commemoration of the battles takes place in which scenes are recreated for the awe and appreciation of the audience.
For the nature-lovers, the city has the famous Bacoor Ecopark and the St. Ezekiel Moreno Park, (which houses the antique Molino dam).
The city is also replete with religious sites dating back to the colonial era, like the St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church and the St. Michael the Archangel IFI Cathedral which stands not just an example of the rich religious culture of the area, but classical architecture as well.
The city is also proud of its title as the Marching Band Capital of the Philippines, famous for its raucous drumlines, vibrant street parades, and bustling community participation.
Lastly, it is home to Paradiso Terrestre, “the biggest and finest events venue in the South” which is perfect for any gathering.
A foodie’s dream come true
Gastro-enthusiasts rejoice! While the province of Cavite is full of finds guaranteed to cheer food tourists up, Bacoor holds the distinction of being home to plenty of great restaurants. Indeed in an episode of Ang Pinaka (Top Ten Restaurants in Cavite), the city holds 3 of its top spots—Malen's Pizza Pasta Bakeshop and Restaurant, Via Romana, and Tirona's Grill and Restaurant are all ranked at top 7, top 8, and top 4, respectively.
Malen’s serves Italian dishes that will be sure to make one exclaim, “mamma mia!” with delight. Via Romana is a testament to the Spanish-Filipino legacy in the area, with their menu serving up fusion dishes that brings out the best of the two cultures. Lastly, Tirona’s is all about serving hearty food at just prices.
Why you should rent-to-own a house
Whether you are a family looking to settle down into a more stable home—away from renting and towards owning—or you are professionals seeking to start their own families, the suburban neighborhoods of Bacoor offer a wide range of choices.
A brand new house located in San Nicolas, complete with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a car space is presently listed online for only Php15,000. For those looking for a semi-furnished home, a two-bedroom, home with a storage room and one car space house in Molino Boulevard is currently on the market for Php25,000 per month. Home seekrers with large families need not look too far, as a 10.9 hectare, 2-storey townhouse that comes with three bedrooms and a carpark in Mamboog is available for P10,000 per month.
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