Dazzle in Dana
Floor Area: 85 sqm. |
Lot Area: 99 sqm. |
Bedrooms: 4 |
Toilet & Baths: 3
Floor Area: 100 sqm. |
Lot Area: 110 sqm. |
Bedrooms: 5 |
Toilet & Baths: 3
Camella Bohol is the first housing development in Bohol that provides affordable homes and complete amenities surrounded by open spaces and tree-lined roads. It offers a scenic view of Banat-i Hill, the only hill in Tagbilaran, the capital and the island’s sole city. The homes in Camella Bohol have a Mediterranean-inspired design that reflects the colors of the sand, sea, birds, and lush vegetation. There is a wide range of elegantly-designed house and lot packages to suit every family’s needs.Homebuyers can choose from the following house models: Cara, Dana, Ella, and Freya.
Each model includes a built-in or optional balcony for relaxation and a carport for parking. The 2-storey houses feature 2 to 5 bedrooms (depending on the model), 2 to 3 toilets and baths, a spacious kitchen and dining area for home celebrations, and a living area for quality family time.
Apart from the beautiful homes, Camella Bohol offers exclusive amenities for residents to enjoy, including a themed clubhouse, basketball court, children’s playground, swimming pool, and landscaped parks and gardens. Safety is prioritized with high perimeter fencing, 24-hour CCTV monitoring at the entrance, and round-the-clock roving security personnel.
In addition to the amenities, Camella Bohol provides convenient access to the city’s business and commercial areas. It is an ideal choice for families who want a relaxed lifestyle near top tourist destinations while still enjoying the city’s conveniences.
Tagbilaran City is the capital of Bohol, a province in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. It is a 3rd class component city with a population of 104,976 people. The city is located on the southwestern coast of Bohol, and it is the principal gateway to the province.
Tagbilaran City is known for its rich history, stunning natural beauty, and warm hospitality. The city was formerly colonized by the Spanish during the 1500s, and it is home to a number of Spanish-era landmarks, including the Blood Compact Monument, the Cathedral of San Jose, and the Balay Kabilin.
Tagbilaran City is also known for its natural beauty. The city is surrounded by rolling hills, and it has a 13-kilometer coastline. The city is also home to the Chocolate Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tagbilaran City is a popular tourist destination, and it is home to a number of hotels, restaurants, and shops. The city is also a major commercial center, and it is home to a number of businesses and industries.
Traverse J.A. Clarin Street and turn right to LTO. From there, make a left turn and drive straight to Dampas St. until you reach Bohol Light Substation. Finally, turn right and you will arrive at Camella Bohol.
Drive straight passing through University of Bohol, then make a left turn to CPG road, then right to Tamblot Street across J.A. Clarin until you reach LTO. From there, turn left to Dampas Church to Bohol Light Substation and you will reach Camella Bohol subdivision.
Traverse pass the Saint Jude Hospital going straight to Cogon Brgy. Hall until you arrive at Island City Mall. From there, drive ahead to Brgy. Dampas, passing Dampas Church and Dampas Elementary School until you reach Bohol Light Substation. From there, turn right and you will arrive at Camella Bohol.