Maricielo Villas DMCI Homes
“To get to feel of the old Spanish colonial homes, one need not go to Vigan, Ilocos Sur or walk through cobbled streets in Intramuros, Manila. Soon this similar Hispanic heritage feel can be experienced and owned in Las Piñas as DMCI Homes builds five mid-rise themed condominium buildings on a prime 1.8-hectare lot on Quirino Avenue.”
The Spanish Mission Architecture blends in seamlessly with the Las Pinas City government requirement aiming to restore the historical area and helping to promote by blending in the area of the officially declared National Cultural Treasure, the Parish Church of St. Joseph’s Bamboo Organ.
Maricielo Villas’ distinct 5 building (el edificio)- Spanish Mission Architecture is reminiscent of a summer vacation spent soaking up the sun and lazy afternoons spent catching up with friends over lemonades. Each building consists of 4-5 floors with lower ground floor parking level and a scenic elevator where space is accentuated. Spanish Mission – inspired architecture details are carefully planned to ensure that spaces are efficient and functional.
Living in Maricielo Villas is like being part of a history that unfolds daily…
Called the Maricielo Villas, this mid-rise condominium project is set to infuse resort-living with an invigorating mix of resort-style amenities that include themed pools and clubhouse, landscaped walkways and garden atriums.
“Everything shall be given a touch of Spanish living with a modern twist, with Spanish-inspired architecture and upgraded community amenities and facilities,” said Maricar Encarnacion, DMCI Homes’ senior project development manager, in an exclusive interview with Inquirer Property.
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