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Old February 9th, 2012, 04:00 AM   #1121
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^ Good choice of materials. Glad to know they're using travertine instead of the more popular and cheaper ceramic tiles.

Thanks Jerwin for the info.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 04:12 AM   #1122
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For buyers who have the same unit as mine

I emailed the RLC Management and asked for Floor Plan with dimensions of my unit. They replied promptly, here is Unit H




I was worried at first that my doorway would be narrow, it is wider than I thought. Also showing the intercom connected to the reception.




Showing floor to ceiling bathroom wall tiles and bathroom exhaust.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 04:16 AM   #1123
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Kitchen area showing solid surface engineered countertop, base and overhead cabinets, intercom, kitchen double sink and swivel faucet.





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Old February 9th, 2012, 04:59 AM   #1124
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^ Good choice of materials. Glad to know they're using travertine instead of the more popular and cheaper ceramic tiles.

Thanks Jerwin for the info.
You're welcome SCUD. Nice pics on the interior of the unit. Is this the actual unit that you bought at sonata 1?

Congratulations!
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Old February 9th, 2012, 05:05 AM   #1125
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^ no it is not. Mine is on the 20th, those pics were taken on 3-H.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 05:17 AM   #1126
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At least you've already seen what will be the look of your unit. I bet you have a great view of the Makati and Fort Bonifacio since your unit is located on the higher floors.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 05:28 AM   #1127
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At least you've already seen what will be the look of your unit. I bet you have a great view of the Makati and Fort Bonifacio since your unit is located on the higher floors.
I'm not really that interested as far the view of Fort Bonifacio is concerned, I love looking at the mountains though, bhe last thing I want to see when I'm home from my work of erecting buildings is the view of more buildings being erected. You are right though, the view from my window is great, with Lourdes Ave, Lourdes School and Shaw Blvd in front of me and not blocking my sight I have a direct view of Serendra. Twin Oaks is far enough not to obstruct the greater part of BGC.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 05:33 AM   #1128
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Speaking of view...

Bedroom window and view of St. Francis and Edsa Shang, you can see Twin Oaks from here





Living Room Window and Glass Balcony Door


Living Room. Nice sized window, enough for light and air circulation.


Jogging Path at the back of the building
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Old February 9th, 2012, 06:10 PM   #1129
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@SCUD. Who did you e-mail? I wanna ask din sana sa dimension ng unit ko. Also, a representative called me and reminded me that turn-over is on dec 2012. they are reminding just in case im getting a bank loan para maasikaso na daw.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 06:11 PM   #1130
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or maybe Jerwin you can give it to me hehe. as i said before, ala na yung agent ko sa RLC eh.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 06:22 PM   #1131
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@SuperBoy

Maribelle O. Pragados
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E-mail add: maribelle.pragados@robinsonsland.com
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Old February 9th, 2012, 10:31 PM   #1132
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Old February 10th, 2012, 07:44 AM   #1133
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@SCUD. Who did you e-mail? I wanna ask din sana sa dimension ng unit ko. Also, a representative called me and reminded me that turn-over is on dec 2012. they are reminding just in case im getting a bank loan para maasikaso na daw.
so confirmed na pala na Dec 2012 ang turnover, that is 10 months ahead of scheduled delivery. Nakalagay kasi sa CTS that we have to submit a Letter of Guarantee, on or before April 2013 or 6 months before the turnover (Oct 2013) kung gusto daw natin mag-avail ng bank financing. The mere fact na tinawagan ka na nila para ayusin ang financing that means malapit na talaga yan.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:00 AM   #1134
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so confirmed na pala na Dec 2012 ang turnover, that is 10 months ahead of scheduled delivery. Nakalagay kasi sa CTS that we have to submit a Letter of Guarantee, on or before April 2013 or 6 months before the turnover (Oct 2013) kung gusto daw natin mag-avail ng bank financing. The mere fact na tinawagan ka na nila para ayusin ang financing that means malapit na talaga yan.
magka-iba tayo ng CTS, mine kasi dec 2012 talaga nakalagay. my amort for the dp will end ng sept 2012. i asked kung made-deliver before dec 2012, hindi raw. yun na daw earliest.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 12:03 PM   #1135
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magka-iba tayo ng CTS, mine kasi dec 2012 talaga nakalagay. my amort for the dp will end ng sept 2012. i asked kung made-deliver before dec 2012, hindi raw. yun na daw earliest.
That's good news to the buyers! Congrats and WELCOME sa Sonata!

As per pool,lahat po ata ng pool ng RLC is 5feet, kasi daw kapag lumagpas ng 5feet required na daw ang lifeguard. for safety na din ng mga kids.

@ SCUD thank you at marami kaming natutunan sayo. ( terminology pagdating sa mga materials used in the unit ).

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Old February 10th, 2012, 02:44 PM   #1136
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or maybe Jerwin you can give it to me hehe. as i said before, ala na yung agent ko sa RLC eh.
Sure, SuperBoy. I'll request it on Monday and will send it to your email as soon as I got it already. Got your PM a while ago. I'll call you on Monday for the update on the unitized layout with dimensions.

Have a great weekend and God Bless.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 01:38 PM   #1137
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I emailed the RLC Management and asked for Floor Plan with dimensions of my unit. They replied promptly, here is Unit H

I was worried at first that my doorway would be narrow, it is wider than I thought. Also showing the intercom connected to the reception.




Showing floor to ceiling bathroom wall tiles and bathroom exhaust.
WOW ang ganda. congrats!

ganda ng kitchen sagana sa cabinets at solid pa ang countertop at ang bathroom naman ay sosi ang dating.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 02:13 PM   #1138
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Passed by the development a while ago en route to the gym.



Sorry about the photo's quality, I didn't have my camera with me so I used my phone. :P
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Old February 11th, 2012, 05:36 PM   #1139
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Passed by the development a while ago en route to the gym.



Sorry about the photo's quality, I didn't have my camera with me so I used my phone. :P
ganda sir! in this picture, di halatang busy street yung katabi ng Sonata.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 05:50 PM   #1140
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Some useful facts about are landscape plants...


PARADISE TREE ( Simarouba Glauca)


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SIMAROUBA GLAUCA DC (Paradise Tree) (brochure)

Joshi Shyamsundar and Shantha Joshi

No 43624, Conference Papers from University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Department of Agricultural Economics

Abstract: Simarouba (Lakshmi Taru) ecofriendly tree with well-developed root system and with evergreen dense canopy efficiently checks soil erosion, recharges groundwater, supports soil microbial life, and improves soil fertility. The addition of biomass to wasteland @ 10-15 tonnes/ha/year helps in the improvement of soil health and fertility in a natural course. Lakshmi taru has a wide range of adaptability. It grows reasonably well in areas with more than 300 mm erratic rainfall and withstands summer temperatures up to 48-500C. It can grow well in soils with 5.5-8.5 pH without any amendment. Its cultivation effectively combats desertification of wasteland. By improving the bioproductivity and economic productivity, it facilitates wasteland reclamation. It can be introduced in marginal and wastelands in semi arid and arid tropics all over the world including central African and gulf countries. The cultivation of Lakshmi taru does not require excessive application of chemical fertilizers. It is a tree with no major pests and diseases and thus requires no pesticide application. Thus its cultivation does not add harmful agrochemicals to the environment. It evergreens the gray soil surface, harnesses abundantly available solar energy (which is otherwise going waste now) and converts it into biochemical energy all round the year. Simarouba checks overheating of the soil surface all through the year and particularly during summer. Large scale planting of simarouba in the marginal/wastelands utilizes harmful green house gases, checks their accumulation in the environment and helps enormously in reducing global warming. For a long-term strategy, cultivation of versatile tree simarouba, Lakshmi taru is advocated in the abundantly available marginal/wastelands in arid and semi-arid tropics and its implementation shall be economically viable and ecologically sustainable.http://econpapers.repec.org/paper/agsuasbcp/43624.htm
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