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Rock Island

| Featured | August 12, 2011

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In the Island of Bohol, Philippines, there are numerous compositions of big & small Municipal and Barangay islands. In the municipality of Getafe (northern part) which is about 91 kilometers to and from the Capital City of Tagbilaran, has six Island Barangays. This municipality is only about 30 kilometers the nearest point to Cebu city, Cebu Province. One of the Island Barangay known as Nasingin, lies an idly ROCK ISLAND which is about 3,326 square meters, owned by the family of Tomas O. Socias, Sr. It was sentimentally inhabited by the family during the 1950’s until 1960’s. Since then the family hesitantly transferred residency in mainland Getafe due the promotion of Mr. Socias from a public school teacher to principal, to district supervisor, to division supervisor and lastly as Assistant Schools Division Superintendent (Department of Education [DEP-ED], Division of Bohol) which prompted the family to eventually transfer residency in Cogon District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines.



After over four decades of being uninhabitated, just recently the family decided to dispose this ROCK ISLAND to any interested party, Selling Price is $300,000.00

As you can visualize on the shown pictures and videos, the area before it was deforested and after, after which everything is exposed all throughout including the nearby main Island Barangay of Nasingin which is within 100 meters. The shoreline is connected throughout the whole island. One can walk the long, long, shoreline during low tide and may have swimming spree during high tide. Trip to this Island to Cebu City, Cebu Province, in a passenger boat is only over an hour.

You could also hop to a nearby Island Barangay of Banacon, where the largest man-made Mangrove Plantation in Asia is situated (one of the agri-tourist attraction in northern Bohol). Away from the hassles in urban environment, this peaceful, calm and unique atmosphere is ideal and very tempting to vacationers, tourists, scuba divers, island hopping, etc. You could witness day to day the nature during sunrise and sunset on fine weather.



You may have owned vast assets, vast lands, but to own an ISLAND? There was an old saying that goes, “NO MAN IS AN ISLAND”, but YOU may have ONE. This is now your opportunity in a lifetime. Hurry, do not waste time. First come. For more particulars, you may contact: Boy E. Socias, 38 New Calceta St., Cogon District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines. Contact no. (038) 4112270, (038) 5010141, 09177061120, e-mail address: [email protected]

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