The MC Resorts is comprised of 3 properties
All 3 Properties are For Sale
- MC Resorts– the Main Property wherein I live = 2.5hect = 25000sqm = 6.18acres
- Macopa Reef– undeveloped and For Sale = 7+ hectares approx = 80000 sqm = 17.30 acres
- MC Farm– agricultural farm = 2hect = 20000sqm = 4.94acres
The sweat equity I put in developing this Main property is priceless and whoever gets to be the next owner I hope they see buildings well-constructed, care and comfort, willfulness, and independence fused into it.
At this juncture I decided to travel light so to speak and unload personal possessions. I hope they see that though I had no experience in construction at all I had definite ideas of my design outcome and that my zeal to build quality and comfort shows this house, and indeed the whole property, was to be a home.
MC Main is self sufficiency, privacy and comfort as its core. It has its own private accessway into the resort, its own water well, its own electrical wirings and transformer, even the electrical posts are under life contract from property owners in whom the poles had to be constructed. Yes, contracts were signed.
Yet nothing’s permanent in this life and I had to make changes too,
Henceforth this property is now for sale. Fire Sale! Send your best offer in USDollars. Serious ones only
- Main House
- Dirty Kitchen- detached from the Main House but easy shuffle, merely a place to cook big quantities for Guests and where messes can be made w/out worry
- Luxury 2-Level 3-bedroom Mediterranean-Style Guest Cottage
- Day-Use Rest Area with Shower and Disabled Access
- Staff Housing / Warehouse / Power House
- Water Well with Electric Pump
- Private Entry Access Road
- 35kw Electrical Transformer
- Physical location- 800 meters from the Provincial Highway
- The Roof– roof tiles
- Main House has high inverted V-style ceiling for max air circulation
- Living space is 40feet x 38feet excluding the Porch.
- It is designed solely as a Beach House so the layout is very simple. The House is divided simply into Master Bedroom and Living Room / Kitchen.
- Two bathrooms, one in Master Bedroom, one adjacent to the Living Room.
- Separate Shower Room also for Guest use.
- “Hole in the Wall” Liquor Cabinet, and a Sink Island. More photos of early construction to see the details can be had if needed.
- The Kitchen area is organized with wood cabinets which are separate from the counter construction and all can be pulled out independently and moved. I preferred it this way rather than built-in cabinetry. I dislike those permanence.
- The Kitchen also feature a quirk: it has what I call the “Hamburger Window”. This is basically a screen that rolls upwards when prompted. This is to facilitate serving foods and drinks to Guests who are lounging on the Porch. Since the Porch had become the breakfast, lunch, and dinner area, this feature really helped. No need to close-open the Storm Door leading to outside from the Kitchen.
- All walls are concrete, no wood, as insect deterrent.
- All floors are tiled for moisture repellence, and repeated rough treatment including getting wet most times.
- Main House Courtyard is also tiled.
- Air Conditioners on Master Bedroom and Living Room.
- Doors and Windows of Main House are double spaced to 120 inches. Front Door is made of 2-inch Red Philippine Mahogany hard wood.
- Stacker Door on Master Bedroom- simply a patio door made of Australian Glass which folds like accordion when you open the door, and stacks into 3 panels and tucks away on both left and right sides. I LOVE this feature because it opens the doors extra-wide to the Porch, and on to the ocean. What a View!!
- Imported Australian Glass– assembled in the Philippines– All windows and patio doors of the Main House and Guest House are double-pane energy efficient glass windows made from this imported glass. All moulding and frames are anti-corrosion metals with 15 year warranty against sea damage.
- Front Doors All-Hardwood Philippine Mahogany— colorful natural tints cut into 2-inch thickness are used as main doors to all the rooms.
The sand blasted against the Stacker door on Master Bedroom [photo to the right] withstood several typhoons already. Frankly I am surprised that even the tiny lock in in held against ferocious wind!
The Coastline & Ground
Debris from the mountains carried by a flooded river nearby created this surreal landscape especially on moonlit nights.. kinda neat
The Guest House
The Guest House was designed as a 2-level 3-bedroom Executive Luxe Suite.
The three bedrooms/units: complete photo guide 👉👉 https://minpalmsresort.com/guest-house-luxe-suite/
- The Dolphin Room– 16 feet x 13 feet floor space excluding patio
- Coach Room– medium sized 14 feet x 14 feet excluding bathroom and patio
- Luxe Suite– upper floor. The full space of the second level is dedicated solely to this room.
As with the Main House- all Porch Doors and All Windows here are with imported Australian Glass, double-pane for max controlled environment. It does get hot outside
All 3 rooms are equipped with air conditioners.
All 3 units are independent of each other, each room having its own entry-exit, and its own patio.
The 2 downstairs units can be merged into a 2-bedroom suite through its internal connecting doors which are lockable.
Showing is the Upper Level Porch, and 2 Bay Windows in the Bathroom and Living Room.
Ground level units share the same patio facing the beach.