Do you want to own a beachfront property in Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental? Here’s your opportunity to buy this property now.
This wonderful 2.1279 hectares (21,379 Square Meters) property is located in Barangay Talaban, Himamaylan City. It is traversed by a concreted Talaban-Aguisan Provincial Road, with a frontage of 131 meters along the road.
The beachfront is facing Guimaras Stait, and an area at the back facing Aguisan River which you can develop into fishponds.
You can further utilize the property for a more comprehensive beach resort land development and also a fishpond at the same time.
As mentioned, the property is located in Himamaylan City, 82.9 kilometers from Bacolod City, and about an hour and a half drive south of Bacolod.
While there in the property, you can enjoy the serenity of the place in total seclusion, be renewed and refreshed. The property is ideal for anybody who wishes to be away from city life and enjoys the peace and tranquility of living by the sea.
There is a 40 Sq. M. beach house on the property for accommodating family and friends for overnight stays, with electrical and plumbing facilities, and with a shower room and kitchen.
THE PROPERTY IS VERY ACCESSIBLE
Basic commercial and marketing needs in the area are provided for at Himamaylan Public
Market, accessible from the property by public transportation. Other community centers like
churches, hospitals/clinics, post office, and public and private schools are likewise accessible from the property.
Electric power, water supply, and telecommunication facilities are available at the site.
Tricycles serve as the immediate transport mode of the area while public transportation is available throughout the day along Himamaylan-Binalbagan National Road, and connects to other sections of the city.
For details, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit E. Gatanela Realty Co., a SEC-registered realty company with PRC-licensed real estate brokers and appraiser at 2nd Floor, LD Centre, 7th-Lacson Streets, Bacolod City, above Chowking-Lacson, in front of Capitol lagoon.