More time for the family, fuel and other savings, and escaping the stress brought on by driving on congested Metro Cebu streets are just among the many benefits you get from living in a premier condominium development like Eagles’ Nest.
Businessman Ricardo Pendon said getting a unit at Eagles’ Nest of leading property developer Primary Homes, Inc. paid off for him and his family.
“My kids used to wake up at 4 a.m. Now, they can wake up late because we don’t need two hours to travel from home to school,” he said.
Pendon’s three children study in schools close to Eagles’ Nest, which is conveniently located along H. Abella St., Barangay Canduman, Mandaue City. Two kids, who are in the third and fourth year of high school, go to the Sacred Heart School – Ateneo de Cebu. The eldest studies at the University of San Carlos-Talamban Campus (USC-TC).
Pendon’s Ateneo students has more time for study and school activities. The fourth year student uses his extra time for group study at school while the other one, a soccer player, can stay for late night practices.
Since they don’t have to drive two hours to school, Pendon said they were able to save up to P12,000 monthly in gasoline costs.
He added that there was no more need for a full-time driver, which was another avenue of savings, and the family just gave their employee another job assignment.
For the Pendon family, Eagles’ Nest lives up to its name as a convenient home in the heart of the metropolis.
Aside from top schools like Ateneo and USC-TC, the condominium development is also located near the business centers in the cities of Mandaue, Cebu, and Lapu-Lapu as well as Cebu’s international airport in Mactan.
Citing that it worked very well for him and his family, Pendon highly recommends a condominium unit at Eagles’ Nest especially for parents with children in these two schools.
With the aim of Primary Homes to “PLEASE” (for Perfect Location, Enriching Amenities, and School Endorsement by Ateneo as alternative living arrangement) with its Eagles’ Nest development, it has certainly done that for Ricardo Pendon and his family.
“It’s about safety and security inside the Eagles’ Nest building, and the accomplishment of being able to provide comfort living for my children,” he pointed out.
Condo owners get the added advantage of 24-hour security through a closed circuit television (CCTV) and top-of-the-line fire alarm and sprinkler systems. At Eagles’ Nest, outages are non-existent with its 100 percent backup power.
The residential condominium features two units: modular studio (22 square meters) and two-level loft (32 square meters). The units have finished floors and walls and come with kitchen sink and countertop as well as tiled toilet and bath complete with bathroom fixtures.