Sienna Villas - LOCATION
Sienna Villas is Located at Bagumbong, Caloocan City.
Sienna Villas is located in the north side of Caloocan, in Bagumbong. Residents can reach this prime property by traversing Commonwealth Avenue and Susano Camarin Zabarte Road. Residents have the option of bringing private vehicles or commuting via bus, taxi cabs, public utility vans or jeepneys. The construction of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 7 is expected to ease traffic and expedite travel time for residents in this area.
Nearby shopping and commercial establishments include SM Fairview, Zabarte Town Center and Robinson’s Mall. For grocery shopping, residents have quite a number of options—Savemore Market, iMall Camarin, Puregold and Ultra Mega Supermarket in Deparo which is close to Bagumbong.
Nearby hospitals include Bernandino General Hospital, Caloocan City North Medical Center, San Lorenzo Hospital and Camarin Healthcare and Emergency Clinic, to name a few.
For families with school-age kids, there is no shortage of noteworthy academic institutions for children of all ages and levels. Nearby schools include the Caloocan National Science and Technology High School (North Caloocan’s first ever science high school which only admits students who pass a competitive entrance examination), Bagumbong High School, Camarin High School, Maranatha Christian Academy of Caloocan, St. Joseph College of Novaliches, La Consolacion College, and Our Lady of Piat High School, to name a few.
For places of worship, this side of Caloocan is home to churches including Sacred Heart Parish, Holy Spirit Parish, St. Joseph The Worker Parish, Sto. Niño de Congreso Parish, International Churches of Christ, Caloocan Bible Church, Iglesia ni Cristo, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, among others.
Historically, Caloocan was once the center of the Katipunan, Andres Bonifacio’s revolutionary organization against the Spanish colonizers. Clandestine meetings of the Katipunan were held in Caloocan, and the first armed encounter between the Spanish and the Katipuneros happened within this city.
Before being divided into north and south, Caloocan was once composed of more districts including Balintawak, Novaliches and La Loma. In 1939, when Quezon City was formed, several districts were turned over to the new city as a sign of goodwill. In 1949, legislative action further redefined the boundary between Caloocan and Quezon City, which eventually led to the bisection of Caloocan between north and south.