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The quaint 20-hectare house and lot development, Spanish-inspired Camella Taal, is situated right within Barangay Buli, Taal – one of the most preserved heritage sites in the country. Camella Taal offers beautiful, quality homes and family-friendly amenities like a themed clubhouse, swimming pool, and play courts. Dubbed as the most beautiful Camella project, Camella Taal is a paradise teeming with a rich heritage and surrounded by nature’s most refined.
With an array of Spanish-inspired house and lot packages to choose from, you will indeed find the perfect home that suits your family’s growing needs. Whether you’re just starting a family or looking for the ideal retirement home, you can find it here in Camella Taal. Choose from a selection of house models that suit your family: Bella, Cara, Dana, Ella, Freya, and Greta. All of these house models come with a built-in balcony, perfect for enjoying slow mornings with your loved ones and have an alfresco breakfast setup. They also come with a carport where you can park your family car. Each house model has two storeys, with 2-5 bedrooms, depending on the home that will accommodate your family. It has two toilets and baths (one on each floor), a spacious kitchen and dining area for feasts and other family celebrations, and a living room dedicated to your family’s precious bonding time.
Additionally, Camella Taal is also a gated community. With high perimeter fencing surrounding the village, 24-hour CCTV surveillance at the entrance gate, and 24-hour roving security personnel, you and your family can rest easy in a safe and secure neighborhood.
Moreover, Camella Taal’s strategic location gives its residents access to business districts, malls, restaurants, schools and major transportation hubs. Experience the grandiose life in a community teeming with well-preserved structures and a proud heritage yet with modern conveniences in Camella Taal!
Places of Worship
You can take the JAM Liner bus to Lemery leaving from either their Cubao or Buendia stations. If you’re staying in the Makati area, then the Buendia station will be closer to you.
Via Private Vehicle
From Manila, take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) all the way until it becomes the Star Tollway. Take the Lipa exit from Star Tollway. After the exit, turn left at the National Highway towards Taal/Lemery/Cuenca. Drive straight for about 3.5 km until you see a Phoenix gas station on your right. Make a right turn at the road immediately before the gas station. This is the road to Cuenca/Taal/Lemery. Follow this winding road for about 11.5 kms and drive through Alitagtag town’s welcome arch. Around 1.7 km after passing the arch, you’ll see a Pacific One station on your left. Veer right towards Alitagtag Poblacion (town proper). Go straight for another 3 kms until you see the welcome arch of Sta. Teresita Town. Drive through the arch and go straight for another 1.5 km until the end of the road, until you reach the National Highway Junction. You’ll see a Petron Gas Station at the end of this road. Turn right towards the town of Taal. After less than 5 km, you’ll reach Camella Taal Site.
From Manila, take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and exit at Sta. Rosa. Make a right towards Tagaytay after passing the toll booths. Make a right at the end and drive along the main Tagaytay National Highway towards Nasugbu. Before the Nasugbu sign, you’ll see the San Miguel Convention Center on your left. Make an immediate left on the small road after the San Miguel Convention Center (before the Petron Station on the left). This small road is called Diokno Highway and will take you to the town of Lemery. (NOTE: If you’ve passed the arch of Nasugbu, then you’ve already missed Diokno Highway so you must turn back.) After around 40 mins, make a left at the end of the road going toward Lemery town proper. Go straight until the dead end and you’ll see the river and the Pansipit Bridge, which is the entrance to Taal Heritage Town. Make a left going uphill towards Taal town proper.