Top 10 Most Expensive Subdivisions to Buy a Home in Metro Manila

Dreaming to own a property in a grand subdivision in Metro Manila? Wherein you can dwell in a mansionlike house, and within the place, there are parks, sports facilities, exclusive schools, restaurants, churches and etc.? Then your neighbors are some of the famous politicians and showbiz personalities?.

Sounds cool right? But you’ve got to have millions of pesos to spare to own a property in these gated communities!

So, in case you have the money or just plain curious, we present you the priciest subdivisions to buy a home in Metro ManilaNote that this list is based on the property listings from Lamudi Philippines (Real Estate Agency).

10. Greenhills, San Juan

Backyard view in one of the houses at Greenhills -via

For a long time, Greenhills has been associated with its namesake shopping center. This subdivision is the residence of former president Erap Estrada.

Fast fact: Greenhills is the location of Club Filipino that served as the venue for the inauguration of President Corazon Aguino in 1986.

Median house price: Php48.79 million

9. Magallanes Village, Makati

Magallanes Village
One of the houses in Magallanes Village -via

Magallanes Village is a modern suburban community situated in the southwestern tip of Makati City. One of the perks of living in this village is the access to its own town center, Paseo de Magallanes, created for rest and recreation of the residents and visitors. The town center provides a vast selection of restaurants and services just a stone’s throw away from home. The community is also highly accessible from Pasay City’s new leisure destinations, such as the Mall of Asia Complex and Solaire Resort & Casino (through EDSA) and Resorts World Manila (through the South Luzon Expressway).

Fast fact: Based on the subdivision’s FB page, Magallanes Village is also known as NeverNeverland! Because habits and friends will keep you from getting old.

Median house price: Php57.43 million

8. Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa

Ayala Alabang
House in Ayala Alabang with a Spa Ambiance -via

Ayala Alabang Village is by far bigger than all of Makati’s primary subdivisions combined at approximately 700 hectares. Truly well-developed community, it is divided into seven districts and boasts 13 parks that include children’s playgrounds, and sports facilities such as swimming pools, basketball courts, tennis courts, and football fields.

Fast fact: AAV is an official bird sanctuary, it has more than 60 known species of resident, migrant, or migratory birds that have found their homes in more than 9,000 full-grown trees spread all over the village.

Median house price: Php73 million

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