To truly experience the whole ordeal of beginning again, a change in scenery is required. It could be a new workplace, a renovated home, or moving into a new place altogether. The latter is what I like the best–you get to meet new people, experience new culture, all while getting to know yourself or your family better. One of the ideal places to start anew is Tarlac. Known as the Melting Pot of the Philippines, it is home to different cultures and traditions found on the island of Luzon.
Other than that, Tarlac is one of the provinces in the country which feature low costs of living and grandeur views of the mountains and fields. Take a look at our guide for buying rent-to-own houses and lots in Tarlac!
Lumina Homes Tarlac
If you and your spouse have a few kids to raise, opting for a home with three bedrooms or more may be a good move. Lumina Tarlac is a great fit for those kinds of families. It’s also got community spaces and amenities and is located near reputable schools and workplaces.
Location: Brgy. Maliwalo, Tarlac
If you’ve got an adventurous bone in your body, you won’t regret moving here! Capas, Tarlac is known as the tourism capital of the province as it is the home of several tourist destinations, including the base of Mt. Pinatubo. Ajoya Capas is only a 5km ride away from the town proper, so you won’t have to worry about long commutes and traffic.
Location: Talaga, Capas
Lessandra Tarlac City
You’ll get more with a lot less with Lessandra Tarlac. This picturesque community is suitable for small to medium-sized families, with lots of amenities to enjoy! The best thing about this subdivision is that it combines comfort, aesthetics, and affordability into their homes.
Location: Brgy. Maliwalo, Tarlac
Terrazza Martha Tarlac
This property in the heart of the city could be your next home. It’s located near schools and establishments, so it’s perfect for families with kids. The house models in the subdivision are equipped with two bedrooms and a tiny front garden to give it a more home-y vibe.
Location: Brgy. Tibagan. Tarlac
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to the spectacular views of the mountains? This subdivision is suitable for those who want peaceful mornings and relaxing afternoons. Future homeowners may also choose between a single-storey or a two-story house model, depending on their needs.
Location: Romulo Blvd, Tarlac City
The houses in this residential area are just the right fit for large families. With five bedrooms, three toilets and baths, and expansive living spaces, you won’t have to worry about bumping into one another most of the time! The subdivision also offers amenities such as pocket parks and basketball courts for its residents.
Location: Brgy. Maliwalo, Tarlac City
Amaia Scapes Tarlac
The search for a home that sits right in your budget while also being visually pleasing may be difficult, but it’s over. Amaia Scapes’ houses are built with modern architecture combined with just the right amount of nature in the area. It’s also located in Capas, Tarlac, a sanctuary for tourists and local folk alike.
Location: Capas, Tarlac
Bella Vita Capas
All my independent ladies, put your hands up! Here is the perfect residence for you. These single-storey homes may be tiny, but it’s the right match for those who want to live alone. It’s got excellent amenities such as a fiesta market and a clubhouse exclusive for its residents.
Location: Clubhouse Road, Tarlac City
You’ll absolutely love living in this “great land.” Grand Tierra features a vast, peaceful land, making it a prime spot for starting a new home. It also features spaces for outdoor activities, a clubhouse, and tons of pocket parks.
Location: Brgy. Sto Domingo, Capas, Tarlac
You won’t regret moving into this English-themed neighborhood which features American-English architecture surrounded by bouts of nature. House hunters may choose between a single-storey, two-bedroom unit or a two-storey, three-bedroom unit.
Location: Salapungan, Tarlac
You’ll never go wrong in moving to a new place. Take a leap of faith and take a chance on the beautiful province of Tarlac!