Villas de Bacoor - LOCATION
RCD Villas de Bacoor is a low cost residential townhouse project located along Tirona Highway, Brgy. Dulong Bayan, Bacoor, Cavite. It’s along Highway which is only about 30 minutes ride to MOA.
It is about 1.5 kilometers away from SM Bacoor and about 3 kilometers to Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite. It is strategically located within a highly urbanized residential area of Bacoor, Cavite where Meralco, PLDT and Globe telephone lines are available. MWSS water system is also being serviced in the area. Public transportation to and from Manila, Quezon City and Makati are available on a 24 hour basis. Accessible to schools for your child’s education, Malls for leisure and entertainment, wet and dry market for the basic needs and churches as well.
Villas de Bacoor is strategically located near schools, hospitals, banks, churches, lifestyle centers and leisure spots. It is also near places of work and business so residents do not need to travel far to make a living.
It is less than two kilometers away from SM Bacoor and more or less three kilometers away from the popular tourist destination Aguinaldo Shrine. It is situated in a highly urbanized area where residents have access to services from basic utilities—Meralco for electricity, PLDT and Globe for landline and internet, and MWSS for water services. For commuting residents, Villas de Bacoor is near various modes of round-the-clock public transportation that go to Batangas, Manila, Makati and even Quezon City.
For parents who are concerned about where to send their school-age kids, Bacoor offers a lot of options when it comes to academic institutions. There are several public elementary and high schools in Bacoor, as well as private schools from primary to tertiary levels. Some of these schools are Angelicum Immanuel Montessori of Cavite, Bacoor Parochial School of St. Michael the Archangel Inc., Casa De San Miguel Montessori School, Cavite Christian School, Divine Light Academy, Statefields School, Inc., STI College Bacoor, St. John Fisher School, St. Matthew Academy Of Cavite, University of Perpetual Help System and AMA Computer Learning Center, to name a few.
Bacoor is also near some family-friendly leisure spots so for holidays and long weekends, going on a relaxing trip is a breeze for residents of Villas de Bacoor. Whether it’s malling or spending time outdoors, families can choose from various spots like Orchard Golf Course, Evia Lifestyle Center, The District Ayala Mall, Island Cove, Circle Island Resort and Paradiso Terestre. Other favorite go-to spots include Molino Dam, St. Ezekiel Moreno Park and the Bacoor Family Eco-Park where families can enjoy boat riding and fishing. Admission is free.
For grocery shopping, residents can go to SM Molino, RFC Molino, Puregold Imus and Robinsons Imus, to name a few.
For hospitals, Bacoor is near some of the country’s top medical institutions such as Asian Hospital and Medical Center, De La Salle Medical Center, Alabang Medical Center, Molino Doctors' Medical Center and Imus Medical Center.
For history buffs, Bacoor has much to offer. It is the first capital city of General Emilio Aguinaldo’s Revolutionary Government. It is also home to Bahay ni Tisa, which is also dubbed as the first Malacañang. This house is known for being a headquarters of the Revolutionary Government and for witnessing key moments in history that eventually led to the Malolos Convention.
Churches in Bacoor include the historic St. Michael The Archangel, once known for being the oldest in Cavite; San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish; St. Joseph Parish Church; Bacoor Cathedral; Iglesia ni Cristo, and Sto. Nino de Molino Church.
Special celebrations and festivals to watch out for include the Bakood Festival, Cityhood Anniversary and the Bacoor Fiesta Celebration. The cityhood anniversary is a major celebration for the city. Aside from the festivities, there are trade fairs, sports fests, concerts and other cultural performances. Meanwhile, the Bakood Festival coincides with the celebration of Bacoor’s founding anniversary. The events give honor to Bacoor’s evolution—from a pueblo originally named Bakood in 1671 to the first home of the revolutionary government, and now to one of South Luzon’s bustling urban hubs. Activities include Fishing Olympics, musical presentations, Palarong Pinoy aka sports fest, a feeding program, an essay writing and poster making contest, a Thanksgiving Mass, a job fair and a grand marching band parade.
Bacoor City combines the perks of living in a highly urbanized city while allowing residents to also enjoy a more laidback lifestyle conducive for families.