There’s a new addition to TV host Willie Revillame’s roster of enormous houses and it is surely going to make everyone jealous of him.
His new house, which is a 2,300 square-meter lot and 700 square-meter main house, looks like a luxurious resort house on the outside and a first-class hotel on the inside.
The house is located in the exclusive Ayala Heights subdivision in Quezon City, where Willie is rumored to run as a mayor in the upcoming elections.
It was constructed in the 1990s and was designed by the premier National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin.
Willie bought the property from his former ABS-CBN boss Gabby Lopez for P80 million then cashed out P65 million to transform the property and make it look like a lush resort in the urban jungle of Quezon City.
With the help of Ponce Veridiano, the landscape artist who designed the green-friendly Greenbelt gardens, the once-simple lawn of the property was transformed into a relaxing oasis for the hardworking owner.
Guests will feel like there’s no need to go to other provinces to feel tropical as Willie’s house has an infinity pool, a Jacuzzi, a garden, a gym with sauna, a koi pond, and a guest house.
The five-star hotel experience is extended to their formal dining area boasting eight-seater Narra table, Maxalto chairs from B&B Italia, and the 2097 Chandelier, which was designed by Gino Sarfatti for Flos, a well-known lighting brand.
Appliance brand Thermador is surely Willie’s trusted brand as all appliances in the kitchen came from them.