Camella Cebu Riverfront - Mika- 2 Storey Single Firewall

Pit-os, Talamban, Cebu, Cebu City, Cebu, Region VII (Central Visayas)

Php 16,191 / mo
Php 2,690,000 (TCP)






72 sqm


46 sqm


Camella Riverfront is the latest Camella house and lot development in Talamban, the new emerging residential hub of Metro Cebu. Camella Riverfront is a complementing enclave of The Riverscape community that cater to every family’s varied needs and lifestyles, it also takes pride in having created a sprawling natures’s haven where fresh mountain air filters through thousands of evergreens planted in landscaped parks and roadsides. Ribbons of green – winding, tree-lined roads, every turn framing stunning views of sea and sky, of hillsides and deep valleys, and of rivers softly flowing. Camella Riverfront features value-for-money, Mediterranean-inspired affordable homes.

-15 minutes going to Talamban Elementary School
-17 minutes going to San Isidro Parish Church
-17 minutes going to Cebu North General Hospital
-18 minutes going to Gaisano Grand Mall Talamban

Transportation Details:
-Tricycle/Motorcycle from the subdivision going to National Hi-way
-PUJ (Public Utility Jeep) going to Malls, Hospitals and Schools.

Payment Financing Scheme

Sample Computation for Bank Financing
Total Contract Price (TCP) : Php 2,690,000

1. Reservation Fee (RF) : Php 20,000 (deductible from the Equity)
2. Equity/Down payment (DP) : Php 336,250 payable up to 12 months
Php 26,354/month for 12 months
3. Loanable Amount: Php 2,353,750

Bank Loan Computation:
* 20 years @ Php 16,191/month
* 15 years @ Php 19,232/month
* 10 years @ Php 25,544/month
* 5 years @ Php 44,959/month

  • Lot Area : 72sq.m (up)
  • Floor Area : 46sq.m (expandable)
  • 2 Storey Single Firewall
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Toilet And Bath
  • Living Area
  • Dining Area
  • Kitchen Area
  • Service Area
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Elegant Gate With Guardhouse
  • Playground
  • Function Hall
  • Clubhouse
  • Basketball Court (convertible To Badminton, Volleyball And Etc.)
  • Shuttle Service