Bouncing back from disruptions spawned by a two-year health crisis, BRIA Homes is fast making up for lost time with a spate of on-ground activities that include open houses, groundbreaking events, and project launches. Indeed, at the rate BRIA is moving forward, it looks like nothing can come between the dynamic home builder and its goal of making sturdily built and well-designed homes accessible to more Filipinos all over the country.
Attesting to this singular drive is BRIA Homes’ recent mass turnover event during which the company rolled out the welcome mat to almost fifty new homeowners at BRIA Manolo Fortich in Bukidnon, a landlocked province in Northern Mindanao.
The visibly excited new BRIA residents checked out the residential community they will now call home, grateful for the family-friendly recreational amenities, the tranquil, secure environment, and the lush green spaces that surround their modern house and lot units.
Located at Mapait Street in Barangay Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, BRIA Homes Manolo Fortich is an ideal residence for fun-and-adventure seekers, as the property is near nature park Kampo Juan and the Del Monte Golf Course and Country Club. Manolo Fortich is, in fact, a first class municipality of Bukidnon, long known as the Food Basket of the Philippines. Manolo Fortich is also home to the majestic Mt. Kitanglad, an inactive volcano that has trails leading up to its peak.
Apart from the natural wonders that lure visitors to the province, BRIA Manolo Fortich’s strategic location is its major draw for current and prospective residents. This BRIA development is near essential destinations like the Northern Bukidnon State College, the Bukidnon Provincial Hospital, Immaculate Conception Parish Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, and the Diocese of Malaybalay. Local government offices such as the Manolo Fortich Municipal Hall, Dicklum Barangay Hall, DWSD, Comelec, and DPWH are also within reach.
BRIA Manolo Fortich offers contemporary homes with sleek facades, its interior spaces thoughtfully laid-out to accommodate varying needs of individuals and families.
Homebuyers may choose from rowhouse Elena (22 sq. m. floor area and 36 sq. m. lot area) with dining area, living area, and provisions for bedroom and service area; the two-storey townhouse Bettina (44 sq. m. floor area and 36 sq. m. lot area), with two bedrooms, living area, dining area, service area, and carport; and the single firewall model Alecza (33 sq. m. floor area and 81 sq. m. lot area), which has two bedrooms, living area, dining area, service area, and carport.
Residents of BRIA Manolo Fortich can enjoy leisure activities and bond with community members at its recreational amenities: a covered court, a basketball court, parks, and playground.
Manolo Fortich property owners will also be happy to know that the development features 24-hour security, guarded entrance and exit, a perimeter fence for safety and privacy, and LED lights on the enclave’s main streets.
“Restrictive protocols may have generally affected the property industry but BRIA Homes proved resilient by immediately transitioning to the digital landscape,” says BRIA Homes North Mindanao Division Head Rey Montoya. “While BRIA never stopped offering the best housing services, the reopening of the economy is now driving BRIA Homes to vigorously pursue its goal of helping more Filipinos fulfill their dreams of homeownership.”
Interested property seekers can check out BRIA Homes Manolo Fortich and other BRIA developoments through virtual tours in the BRIA website. They may also send inquiries via the official BRIA Facebook page, or reserve a property online through the BRIA reservation page.