Vice Ganda's home in Quezon City

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Vice Ganda's house in Quezon City was his surprise gift to his mom, Rosario Viceral.

 


Vice Ganda remains a formidable figure in the box-office race.

The Beauty and the Bestie (2015) and The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin (2014) are presently the top two highest-grossing local films in the country, based on the numbers posted by Box Office Mojo.

His follow-up tandem with Coco Martin, The Super Parental Guardians, which is currently showing in cinemas, opened with PHP 68 million, according to Star Cinema.

Thanks to his earnings Vice Ganda was able to surprise his mom, Rosario Viceral, this gift: a three-storey house in Quezon City.


It took him eight months to have this 360-square-meter property built and designed by Avelle Francisco.

His only request: make his home a modern zen.


The dining table was custom-made, while the table accents were brought home by Mommy Rosario from the States.

Meanwhile, the chandelier was purchased from a furniture store in Quezon City.


Vice's granite kitchen was equipped with two-layered rotating holder for different kinds of spices.


Having stairs made of glass was an idea of the It's Showtime! host.

To ensure Vice's safety, Avelle installed a tempered glass since "ang taas niyang mag-heels."


Most of the rooms in the Viceral residence followed the minimalist concept of the house.

This was the room of Vice's elder brother Babot.


Vice Ganda's room followed the house's black-and-white theme, but Avelle added a pop of red to match his personality and enliven the room.

The headboard clothed in red was made of foam.

His umbrella-shaped lampshade was a unique symbol of Vice's celebrity status.


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Vice's personal bathroom had furniture pieces and fixtures from the luxury brand Kohler.

While he preferred a smaller mirror in his personal bathroom, his designer insisted on putting a big one, "kasi nagme-makeup siya."


For his veranda, Avelle also used tempered glass.

The scene stealer was the egg-shaped chair, Vice Ganda's favorite spot.


Architect Romeo Santos was the man behind the landscape of Vice's garden.


Full story on YES! Magazine July 2011 issue.

READ: A peek into the homes of Vice Ganda, John Lapus, and Boy Abunda


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