The Hamptons Place - LOCATION
Imagine living away from it all – like going home to a sanctuary where air is fresher but still just a few minutes away from the city and where comforts are still a hand away.
The Hamptons Place is located in Angono, Rizal which is estimated to be only 14.5 kms coming from Ortigas Avenue and Manuel L. Quezon Extension. We will show you in detail how to get there. It’s just a 37-minute drive away and traffic is a little bit minimal along this route. Exact address of this new development is: M.L. Quezon Extension, Brgy. Mahabang Parang, Angono Rizal.
Angono is a first class municipality in Rizal and just like its popular counterparts as Taytay and Antipolo, it is slowly rising to be one of the most sought-after places for new developments. Population here is only nearly 120,000 people. Nearby Angono are the other Rizal municipalities of Morong and Teresa.
Angono is no longer the sleepy town it used to be - it is now popularly known as the “Art Capital of the Philippines.” Why and how? The reason being that it is the hometown of 2 of the well-admired Filipino National Artists: Lucio San Pedro and Carlos “Botong” Francisco, for music and for the visual arts respectively.
The Hamptons Place is just one of the latest developments in Angono, Rizal. It is so easy and convenient to go to the place. As you take along Ortigas Avenue, just drive through straight and at the Tikling, there’s a roundabout – you need to take the 3rd exit going into Ortigas Avenue or Ortigas Avenue Extension. You will see Cleokas Trading III, just continue driving until you reach the Sumulong Memorial Circle. Then, go straight to Manuel L. Quezon Extension then turn right
straight ahead. Finally, you will pass the St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church and then turn right to reach The Hamptons Place.
Though you’re in Angono, still a number of the new malls and shopping centers are within the vicinity that you and your family can enjoy. There’s SM Center Angono, Robinson’s Place Antipolo, Shopwise Supermarket, Wego’s Shopping Center, Xentro Mall Angono, The Village Center Antipolo, SM City Taytay and Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall in Cainta. There are enough retail centers here to provide all the things you need and want so there’s no reason for you to go outside your town to be able to shop. You have a lot of dining and shopping options here.
Angono is surrounded by a number of churches, both Catholic and non-Catholic churches. The nearest to this property is the St. Joseph The Worker Parish Church. Other churches nearby are as follows: St Clement Parish Angono, Angono United Methodist Church, Angono Seventh Day Adventist Church, GIFTA Church, Medalva Church, Kalayaan Christian Church, Iglesian ni Kristo of Angono, Gospel Grace Baptist Church, Our Lady of Peace and Voyage Church in Antipolo or more popular as Antipolo Cathedral and Angono Presbyterian Church.
For medical care and emergency needs, some of the hospitals you can find here are Angono General Hospital, San Isidro Hospital, Pag-Asa Hospital, Angono Medics Hospital, Inc., Dr. Francisco Ingal Hospital and Antipolo Doctors Hospital. Just in case, other hospitals that you can also go into are: The Medical City, St. Lukes’s BGC or Makati Medical Center.
Parents need not worry for their children’s education. A number of good educational institutions are within the locality and nearby towns. Schools such as San Beda College in Taytay, Assumption in Antipolo, La Salle College in Antipolo are within a few kilometers away. Other schools like Southridge Private High School, Nazareth Christian School of Antipolo, Antipolo City National Science and Technology High School, Colegio de San Clemente, ICCT Colleges, Raises Academy, Regional Pilot School for the Arts and Greenview Montessori School, Inc. are some of those you can easily choose for your kids.
If you want various kinds of leisure and recreation, this place is not wanting. You and your love ones can bond anytime, or perhaps go out with your friends and show them what Angono has to offer. There are topnotch leisure spots like the Thunderbird Hotels and Resorts, East Ridge Golf Club, Club Manila East in Taytay, Valley Golf and Country Club, Eugenio Lopez Center, Cloud 9 Sports and Leisure Club and of course, the highly popular Pinto Art Museum is just a short distance away. Other points of interest here are the Angono Forest Park, Aguas Azules Resort, Club Serene Resort, Real Cove Resort and Angono Lakeside Park.
Angono is proud home to these art museums, all products of their native-born locals here. There’s Balaw Balaw Art Gallery, Blanco Family Museum, Carlos Botong Francisco Second Gallery and Street Gallery. Do you know that the famous Angono Petroglyphs – the oldest known work of art in our country is right here? Yes, and how fortunate to know this is just around the corner of your community.
Last but not the least, Angono is proud to celebrate their very own festival, the Higantes Festival every November 22-23. This is in honor or San Clemente, the patron saint of fishermen. This festive event consists of a parade of hundreds of paper-mache giants or “higantes” as they are called in the native tongue. This tradition dates back to the Spanish colonial history. Higantes come as puppets in the face of a man/woman in different costumes with their hands on their waist. This has been an annual tradition here that brings about local tourism opportunities, too. It is one of the most popular festivals in the Philippines that people of all ages look forward to and enjoy. Angono is such a unique town and clearly, the Hamptons Place surely will add to the list of why is it more fun to live here.