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Bacoor: Cavite's Gateway

The second-largest city in Cavite in terms of population, the city of Bacoor has a history of fighting for independence as it was the site of two major battles of the Philippine Revolution. Today, as a separate congressional district, it is starting to carve out a name for itself, while at the same time maintaining its close relationships with its neighbors both in Cavite and in Metro Manila.

From Seafood Port to Commuter City

Sitting on the shore of Manila Bay, Bacoor was first known for its seafood, including mussels and oysters, which were abundant in the brackish waters off the coast. It also supplied raw bamboo and bamboo furniture to neighboring towns. Much of the town was not suitable for agriculture because of poor irrigation until 1885, when the adobe-hewn Molino Dam made freshwater available to rice fields.

The remnants of the old dam now serve as a walkway between Bacoor and Las Piñas City. Another structure connecting the two cities, Zapote Bridge, was the site of two battles during the war for Philippine independence, the Battle of Zapote Bridge against the Spaniards and the Battle of Zapote River against the Americans, which were both turning points in the armed struggle.

At present, a concrete bridge parallel to the historic stone bridge connects the two cities. Bacoor is also accessible via the Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) and the Daang Hari Road. As Bacoor is located close to Metro Manila, it has become a residential center for people working in the metropolis, with modern subdivisions dotting the landscape.

Buying a House in Bacoor

As a popular commuter town and residential center, it is quite easy to find a house in Bacoor. Many of these houses are located in gated subdivisions that feature clubhouses, swimming pools, and 24-hour security, such as Crown Asia Carmel, Camella Springville, Bellefort Estates, and Vita Toscana. With prices ranging from P926,416 to P52 million, you could have a house that meets your needs and budget.

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