Lausanne at Crosswinds: Luxurious living only for a few
Lausanne at Crosswinds Advertorial on Property Report PH – The Philippine Star
Anyone who has seen Crosswinds in Tagaytay, the Villar-owned well-loved destination for travel, leisure and luxury, must have left with a lasting memory and must have been impressed with the charming and quaint district.
But just when you thought the 100-hectare Swiss-inspired community is already perfectly complete, be prepared to be blown away yet again as the wind here takes you to greater heights to reveal another premiere residential development—Lausanne at Crosswinds.
The newest expansion is a sprawling 24-hectare development of undulating hills with enchanting panoramic views of the lush hills of Tagaytay, the calm Laguna de Bay and the Metro Manila skyline.
Lausanne takes you to a somnambulant spell, which transports you to a different world, a different era.
Be ready to be mesmerized with a long, tree-lined road, a wide expanse of strikingly colorful blooms, fresh smelling pine trees and the crisp mountain air.
Lausanne will offer ultra-premium limited selection of residential lots—which undoubtedly stands out as a patch of heaven on earth, making it a perfect choice for discerning buyers who want to live close to nature but within the comforts of city life and yet, away from the madding crowd.
Lot sizes range from 400 to 600 square meters, perfect for families looking to have future, permanent destinations outside Metro Manila as the world transitions to a post-pandemic era.
There will be 75 lots and 26 units for phase one of the project, comprising 6.5 hectares of development, with the 3.8 hectares up for sale.
To live here is to give oneself the permanent experience of living with nature but still just less than two hours away from Metro Manila.
Lausanne homeowners have access to the iconic spots of Tagaytay and yet they can easily go home to their mountain hideaways.
Those who don’t want to brave the weekend Tagaytay traffic can just stay in Crosswinds and savor everything it has to offer.
Crosswinds itself is already a complete destination, which redefines the essence of going to Tagaytay. It is a one-stop destination to relax and live leisurely in the comforting embrace of Mother Nature.
It has a boutique retail strip, picnic grounds and a wide array of dining options.
There’s Coffee Project, touted as the most Instagrammable coffee shop in the Philippines. There’s also The Ruined Project? another restaurant with unfinished buildings with exposed ceilings, coarse concrete walls and open holes for windows.
There’s also Cafe Voi La, an Asian-inspired cafe and the newly opened Napa, a California-themed coffee house with a twist.
One will also find countless spots to make memories. There’s a giant throne chair, somewhat like Geneva’s chair sculpture; a giant windmill that will transport you to Amsterdam and the view of pine trees as far as the eye can see from the Alpine Greens view deck.
The distinct, perfumed and fragrant piney smell in Crosswinds is also unparalleled, at least in this corner of the country, thanks to 35,000 pine trees planted and grown here.
A project by Brittany
Crosswinds is developed by Brittany, the luxury real estate subsidiary of Villar’s Vista Land & Lifescapes. Its growing portfolio includes the master-planned developments of Portofino and Amore in Alabang, La Posada at The Lakefront in Sucat[f], Georgia Club, Promenade, Belle Reve, and Fontamara in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
With Lausanne at Crosswinds, the Villar-owned premiere residential and leisure destination just got bigger and better and perhaps the most exclusive, luxurious hideaway in Tagaytay.
Owning a piece of luxury in a perfect destination just two hours away from the hustle and bustle of Manila is certainly the best reward one can give to oneself in the post pandemic Philippines.