Filinvest Land Bali Oasis Starts Phase Two

It seems home buyers can't get enough of Bali Oasis.

Inspired by the success of the first phase of Bali Oasis, Filinvest Land, Inc. (FLI) recently unveiled Bali Oasis Phase 2. Located just a few minutes away from the previous site, Bali Oasis Phase 2 replicates the idyllic lifestyle that has impressed phase one unit owners.

"We were amazed at the impressive opening months of Bali Oasis. It certainly motivated us to offer phase 2 of the development to interested buyers," said FLI FVP-Cluster Head Tet Abad-Santos.

"It seems our main selling point, as testified by our buyers, is the location. Bali Oasis stands on a perfect spot because it is close to important destinations and places of interests," she added. Marcos Highway traverses several towns and cities; Bali Oasis happens to be situated near that area where Pasig, Marikina, Cainta and Antipolo intersect.

The site is accessible via private vehicles or public utility vehicles such as FX, jeepneys and shuttles. It is also right across Santolan station of LRT2. The development is surrounded by several malls namely SM Marikina, Robinsons Metro East, Sta. Lucia East Mall and SM Masinag. Prestigious educational institutions like Ateneo De Manila University, Miriam College, University of the Philippines, and St. Bridget's School are only 15 to 30 minutes away.

The new phase also features resort-style amenities reminiscent of its namesake, Bali, Indonesia. One of the perks of being a unit owner is having unlimited access to these modern conveniences and recreational facilities.

The lap pool with its sunken pool deck was patterned after Balinese resorts, imparting a holiday-like ambience. With this element in place, living at Bali Oasis is like taking a vacation the whole year round.

The development also emulates the modern tropical Balinese architecture from its main buildings to facilities like the clubhouse. The warm earth tone and materials of natural stone, wood and bamboo follow the tradition of "blending in and mimicking its surroundings."

The wide open spaces and airy buildings interspersed among landscaped gardens are in harmony with the environment, which is another hallmark of traditional Balinese architecture.

Like its predecessor, the Bali Oasis 2 offers a choice of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units with floor areas ranging from 22 sqm (studio) up to 47 sqm (two-bedroom units). They will also have complete access to all amenities including the children's play park, a state-of-the-art wellness hub, and private music room.

The four nine-story buildings will occupy a total land area of 1.7 hectares.

This is part of Filinvest's growing portfolio of Oasis themed developments across the metropolis. These include Asiana Oasis in Paranaque, Maui Oasis in Sta. Mesa, the Italian-inspired Capri and Sorrento Oasis in Pasig, and One Oasis in Ortigas, Cebu and Davao.

For almost 50 years, Filinvest has been a leader in property development. Guided by the Gotianun tradition of integrity, the company continues to build homes and communities for Filipino families.

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