Paradise = Home

Date: June 13, 2016

Amalfi is one of the residential offerings of the 50-hectare City di Mare.

CLOSE your eyes and imagine a home where a leisurely stroll with your loved ones at a beautifully lit courtyard awaits, where a cool and relaxing pool waits for you and your family to take a dip, and where a lovely clubhouse filled with useful amenities wait to meet your family members’ needs for recreation and unwinding after a day’s work.

Breathe a sigh of relief as you open your eyes and see, touch, and experience paradise at Amalfi. Nestled within City di Mare, a new 50-hectare development in the South Road Properties that’s just minutes away from the hustling and bustling city life, Amalfi is every family’s residential paradise.

Exciting amenities fill this dwelling. Amalfi prides itself of having low-density and refreshing greens all around, making 70 percent of the development as open space where picture-perfect memories await. Ample running and foot paths abound inside the development, suggesting a fit and healthy lifestyle for its homeowners.

A large, 50-meter pool invites you to make all kinds of wonderful memories with your family. Its design is reminiscent to the picturesque shores of Boracay, with lounging areas in the pool, shallow pools for kids, and an Olympic-size pool for swim trainings.

Amalfi also has a well-equipped, grand clubhouse complete with a library, gym, function halls for events and parties, and beautifully designed seating where relaxation is key.

Come home to paradise where you don’t have to go to long destinations to escape the humdrum of life. Escape into your home and come home to Amalfi.

Amalfi is a quality project under Filinvest Premiere. It is one of the residential offerings of the 50-hectare City di Mare, which is self-contained green coastal community set to be Cebu’s lifestyle capital.

Amalfi’s idyllic setting of green open spaces and luscious views complement the evolving township of this true urban paradise which is City di Mare. /span>

Source: Sunstar
By: Deneb R. Batucan

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