|Museum-esque model unit. One of the smaller ones. P1M-ish.
|That building on the right is the town square mall. Across, on the left is St. Edward Integrated School.|
|As my daughter eyed the playpen on one end of the function hall, I was fixated on the cakes that a small coffee kiosk offered on another – a pretty strategic location for Sunday masses.
|Two photos above: Smallest unit. Two bedrooms, single toilet. P850,000, if I’m guessing correctly.
Would make a nice starter home. Or singleton pad.
|Pool adjacent to the clubhouse. Much bigger and prettier in person.|
|Gabrielle and Alexandra units|
|Classy chandeliers and ceilings! Woot!|
|Bigger units have tubs! Inggit!|
|Not sure what unit this is. I think it’s Sophie or Catherine. Sorry. Mind-whirring trip.|
|Linear park. These two areas are actually contiguous. My camera’s not wide-angled enough to capture the entire area.|
|Aah. Can anything be more overwhelming and exciting than an open space waiting to be brimmed with
hope and zany ideas?
Disclaimer: I am not in any way connected to Lancaster Estates, nor have I been commissioned to create this write up. This is a personal account of a leisurely trip to my mother’s would-be home in the next few months.