A Reason to Relax and Unwind in Tagaytay This Weekend


Crosswinds’ The Grand Quartier is a peaceful and serene residential area, built within the area of Tagaytay, one of the most attractive destination in the country. To live at a condo unit in this beautiful place would make you feel calm due to Tagaytay’s cool climate. You won’t mind being outside your balcony or to swim around the pool area to relax.

The awesome hillsides of Tagaytay in Cavite will never look and feel the same once the condominium buildings of Grand Quartier have risen. It makes other condo buildings look ordinary. Having a great time even if you’re just at home, spending your time alone and without any worry. It would also be fine to live there with your family and some enjoyable company.

Crosswinds’ Grand Quartier has one, two and three bedroom units. The balcony is a perfect spot to have a cup of coffee while enjoying the fresh air in the province and having a good time just looking at the perfect scenery outside. There is also a neighboring Swiss Quadrilles quadruplex-type homes, Deux Pointe that is located at the highest point of the property, and Pine Grove with the most exclusive custom homes there is. These other homes also have a quiet character and peaceful ambiance.

There are also different amenities and building features that are available in the nine-storey tall and low density Grand Quartier. The ground floor is where all the amenities can be seen. The remaining eight floors are where the units are. There is an infinity pool that is open from morning to evening. There is also a spa and gym so you won’t need to find other wellness and exercise centers. There is also a function hall for special events and occasions. If you need some alone time in a relaxing and accommodating place, it also has a coffee shop at the ground floor. You can order your favorite coffee or frappe and spend your day there reading your books.



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