Brittany’s Lausanne at Crosswinds
Teasing travelers from Tagaytay’s sleepy hillsides and winding roads, Crosswinds is a Swiss-inspired community beckoning from 100 marvelous hectares enticingly bedecked with over 23,000 lofty pine trees. Contiguous to this bewitching community, and just as envisioned, will rise The Terraces at Crosswinds. It will stand at the highest point in Tagaytay snuggled in Barangay Iruhin Central, along Calamba Road. The village is a scenic hour and a half from Manila on a straight drive. It could, of course, take much longer if one is enticed to stop along the way by the pasalubong stores, the plant and herb gardens, the fruit and vegetable stalls, and the shops that sell everything from coffee to vinegar to cheese to honey.
Read the original article in the Feb 24, 2017 issue (Property and Construction) of The Philippine Star: An exquisite piece of Switzerland: Introducing the Terraces at Crosswinds by Brittany.
Source: (February 24, 2017). An exquisite piece of Switzerland: Introducing the Terraces at Crosswinds by Brittany. The Philippine Star, p. G4.
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