Willie Revillame Pinakita Na Ang PHP145 Million Halaga Ng Kanyang Bahay

Willie Revillame is one of the most prominent hosts in the showbiz industry. Many also know how to make this actor’s life arise from poverty.

Willie first hosted “Wowowee” on ABS-CBN from 2005 to 2010 and moved to TV5 where he starred in various shows such as Wowowee and was named ‘Willing Willie “,” Will Time Bigtime “, and” Wowowillie ” from 2010 to 2013.

After his three-year contract with TV5, Kuya Will moved to GMA 7 and brought his “Wowowin” program. Not only was the host and actor known for Willie as he was also known as a generous man who was in need.

According to news reports, Willie bought the house from his former boss at ABS-CBN Gabby Lopez for 80 million pesos and added 65 million pesos to renovate the house. His Php 145 million is 2,300square meters house. It houses an infinity pool, jacuzzi, garden, gym with sauna, fish pond and guest house.

Some say his guest house looks like a room in a first-class hotel. He hired Ponce Verdiano, the designer of Greenbelt Gardens and one of the most popular landscape artists in the country to design his garden.

This is Willie’s dining area with a large 8 seater table made of Narra, Maxalto chairs from B&B Italia and the 2097 Chandelier. Meanwhile, her kitchen is full of appliances from Thermador, a brand known and trusted by many.

His bedroom also has a king-size bed and 85 inches of flat TV. According to reports, the total floor area of Willie’s main house is about 700 square meters. Here the prominent actor makes his hard-earned money.

What can you say about this? Do you admire the huge mansion house of Willie? Kindly share your comments, reactions, and thoughts with us.

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This website uses cookies to provide user authentication. Please indicate whether you consent to our site placing cookies on your device and agree with our Privacy Policy. To find out more, please read our Privacy and Cookie Policy