FOR SALE: LOT IN THE MOUNTAIN OVER LOOKING MINDORO AND ISLA VERDE IDEAL FOR ECOTOURISM, NATURE TOUR, FARM OR REST HOUSE LANDMARK : 16MINS TO MONTEMARIA PILGRIMAGE ( mixed use of tourism for devotees and retirement home ) www.montemaria.com.ph Price per sqm: P 300
We offer a 9.3 Has. (92,795 Sq.M.) Hiway Frontage Titled Farm Lot, along Pulot Rd, Pulot, Sofronio Spanola, Palawan, Philippines The property is along with the infrastructure 6-lane highway project; will have the potentials to increase in market values and a good opportunity to develop into a commercial site along a major highway. Pulot Center is a barangay in the municipality of Sofronio Española, in the province of Palawan. Pulot is situated at approximately 8.9920, 117.9461, on the island of Palawan. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 141.6 meters or 464.6 feet above mean sea level . Sofronio Española is a coastal municipality in the island province of Palawan. The municipality has a land area of 473.91 square kilometers or 182.98 square miles which constitutes 3.23% of Palawan's total area. The municipal center of Sofronio Española is situated at approximately 8° 58' North, 117° 59' East, on the island of Palawan. Elevation at these coordinates is estimated at 16.5 meters or 54.2 feet above mean sea level. Major on-going infrastructure projects in Palawan. The major road shifting into a six-lane highway. The province of Palawan will soon turn its 600-kilometer north-to-south arterial road into a six-lane superhighway to boost its tourism potential. This move is in support of the sub-regional economic cooperation initiative Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) Vision 2025 on facilitating free movement of people, goods, and services. The ambitious plan of developing the province’s national road, which costs P30 billion, has been approved by President Rodrigo Duterte, and will be coursed through the Department of Public Works and Highways. An initial P3 billion has been downloaded to the DPWH for the six-lane superhighway project. “The pilot project will be in the second Palawan District, from Narra to Bataraza on the southern side. Palawan Gov. Jose Alvarez’s “firm effort to implement all the infrastructure goals” under IHELP helped clinch the President’s approval, he added. Negotiations have now shifted to the DPWH and other concerned national government agencies to craft the details of the project and finalize its implementation. For decades, the existing two-lane National Highway in Palawan that stretches from El Nido in the north to Bataraza in the south provided accessibility to the municipalities in the mainland. The narrow road is an “unwelcome sight for visiting tourists,” who troop to the island to enjoy its premier destinations. Thus, the provincial government responded to the call “with urgency and strong resolve". “The robust growth of the local economy, attributed primarily to the thriving tourism industry, made it imperative for the provincial leadership to seek remedy to address the need for wider roads for ease of travel." “Taking into account the citation earned by Palawan as the ‘World’s Best Island’ destination, Governor Alvarez is quick to capitalize on it as the bargaining chip in lobbying for funds to finance the big-ticket infrastructure project,” Acosta said. The expansion of the arterial road would make it convenient for motorists to haul agricultural and fishery products of rural communities dotting the countryside, the info officer added. The superhighway project should be completed within three years and is expected to accelerate the development and inclusive growth of Palawan in the coming years. “This six-lane superhighway is also for the BIMP-EAGA economic cooperation initiative since the objective is to connect Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia to Buliluyan in Bataraza to San Fernando, El Nido to Coron,” Acosta said. Under the BIMP-EAGA Vision 2025, the other target linkages of the transport sector include the Bitung-Tahuna-Gensan, Brooke’s Point-Sandakan-Kota Kinabalo, Brooke’s Point-Bataraza-Kudat and Brooke’s Point-Brunei. TERMS: CASH OR BEST OFFER Seller's Account: Capital Gains Taxes (CGT), Realty Property Taxes; Buyer's Account: Documentary Stamps on Sale, Notarial fees, Transfer fees, Registration fees, & other incidental expenses to transfer the ownership to the new owner. NOTE: Should you be interested, please let us know so we can provide you more details about the subject property as well as the preferred terms and conditions of the property owner. Please contact me if you have any questions and concerns. DISCLOSURES: Any information previously released, advertised, posted, and transmitted to Buyer/s may change as additional information becomes available, otherwise not known at the time of listing, but not limited to, listed price without prior notice. Thank you for visiting while surfing the web.