Taal View Heights has an initial one hundred two (102) hectare leisure residential gated community along the Tagaytay-Talisay ridge, overlooking Taal Lake and Volcano. It is one hour away from Metro Manila. Being part of Tagaytay and Talisay, it is one of the most ideal locations for retirement and makes for a practical second home. Aside from its automatic membership proviledges to the Buena Vista Nature Park and Country Club, you can enjoy the cool climate and the panoramic view of Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. The property is also covered with thick vegetation, coconut and other fruit bearing trees.
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Leisure Lots – 750 to 1,000 sq. meters (8,070 to 10,760 sq. ft)
Leisure House and Lot Packages
Azalea — Gross Floor Area 165 sq. meters (1,775 sq. ft)
Almaciaga — Gross Floor Area 200 sq. meters (2,152 sq. ft)
Talisay — Gross Floor Area 250 sq. meters (2,690 sq. ft)
Residential Lots – 250 to 400 sq. meters (2,690 to 4,304 sq. ft)
Residential House and Lot Packages
Gross Floor Area 80 sq. meters (860.8 sq. ft)
Gross Floor Area 100 sq. meters (1,076 sq. ft)
Gross Floor Area 120 sq. meters (1,291.2 sq. ft)
Taal View Heights has an overall master development plan. Development is done on a per phase of about 7 hectares (17.3 acres) per phase detailed and identified as priority areas.
Yes you have the opportunity to choose either a lot only or a house and lot package. You can choose a lot only package and then come back to Ledesco if you intend to have us develop your house at a later time. However, the original quoted price for the house may vary subject to the current price of construction materials.
The unique environmental character of Taal View Heights is manifested as a resdential community built within a lush natural setting. It is highlighted by the historical linkages of Taal Lake, Tagaytay RIdge, and the lakeshore town of Talisay, Batangas.
These imperatives call for a predominantly Filipino approach to the styling and configuration of the buildings and the architecture. It encompasses a relatively wide range from traditional designs to the more modern translations or Neo-Filipino.
By maintaining the Filipino Inspired architectural design within the community, we create a design aesthetic that protects the value of your investment.
Fresh water supply is generated by three deep well sources that will be more than sufficient to serve the entire 102 hectare project. One well, which is almost inexhaustible is located near Taal Lake. As long as there is water in the Lake, TVH will always have water available to all residents. The capacity of the reservoir is 200,000 gallons. From the reservoir, which is located at a relatively high elevation of 115 m above sea level, water will be distributed by gravity to the individual lots with a minimum pressure of 80 psi. Individual lots will be provided with a water supply tapping point and meter.
BATELEC (Batangas Electric Corporation) is the primary source of power in the property. The power system is an overhead loop system where distribution transformers are strategically located to provide power through individual tapping points to the residential lots and the rest of the development. Lots are individually metered.
For telecommunications, the property utilizes an overhead system with the following specifications: provision for two telephone lines per residential lot.
The system is handled by PLDT capable of DDD, IDD and Internet. WiFi facilities will be provided in the Sports Pavilion, Main CLubhouse and Business Centers of the Country Club. The cable system will be provided as soon as there is a critical mass of homeowners residing in the village although one can already avail of the DREAM Satellite system if the need arises.
Individual lots will be required to construct an underground 3-chamber septic tank (as specified in the Deed Restrictions) to collect domestic waste. The septic vault must have a minimum design capacity of 8 cubic meters and a minimum detention time of 36 hours. Septic Tanks will then discharge to an underground main sewer line that will direct all collected waste to a central sewage treatment plant for the entire development.
There are no limits to the amount of flora you can plant in your property. In fact we encourage you to enhance the natural beauty of the property with plants and trees, as long as it doesn’t affect any structure beyond your lot boundary. Note that the maximum height of trees should not exceed twelve meters and should be trimmed to avoid blocking your neighbor’s view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano.
We have accredited consultants to help you start up your farm at Taal View Heights. These are Carica Herbal Health Products and Harbest Agribusiness. Harbest Agritech Services include short term training courses, orientation seminars, establishment of Techno-demo and Training Farm projects for LGU, NGO, DA, DAR, and private farms.
You can immediatly reach Harbest Agribusiness at 671-7411 to 14 or visit their website at Harbest.com.
Carica Heral can help by supplying plants and plant material, landscape design, plant growth maintenance, tree pruning and shaping, harvesting of fruits, leaves, flowers, roots, and they can even build a nursery for you.
Taal View Heights already has a model farm where you can immediately learn from.
Association dues are determined by the Homeowners Association once it is already set up. It covers security, garbage collection, maintenance of roads and common areas, proportionate share of Real Property Tax (RPT), and common area general insurance coverage against fire, earthquake and natural disasters.
We offer house cleaning, landscape maintenance, tenants search for your unit when you are out of the country.
Subject to a minimal fee, which will be determined by the village administration office, we will provide this service to and from TVH for residents who need to visit shopping centers, groceries, hospitals, etc. We can also pick them up from the airport to bring them directly to their homes.
If ever the Taal Volcano explodes, Philvocs (government official agency on volcanoes) points out that the maximum danger zone is approximately 8 km. TVH is approximately 16 km. from the crater, which is twice the distance of the safe zone radius. In fact, you will have a magnificent view of the fireworks and in case of lava flow, this will first be deposited within Taal Lake.