Today's leading ladies conquer both the small screen and the silver screen with their charm, talent, and versatility.
Their beauty, star power, and social media following attract multi-million endorsement deals, making them some of the most sought-after personalities in the industry.
With these achievements under their belt, it is only fitting that they go home to a place suited for a queen.
Bea was 25 years old when she moved into her 900-square-meter dream house.
The Asian contemporary home took a year to build.
Prior to moving to her condo unit in Makati, Anne first resided in this modern Victorian home in the south.
This English countryside-style facade was a standard look for the suburban subdivision where the actress-host's house was located.
Speaking to YES! Magazine, Anne revealed, "Iyong exterior hindi puwedeng ipa-iba pero iyong interior depends on kung anong style you like."
Compared to her modern eclectic condo unit, Anne's first residential home evoked a much classic interior.
The GMA-7 actress opened two of her homes to YES! Magazine.
During the first years of her showbiz career, Jennylyn considered this home as her "halfway house."
She lived with her late adoptive mom, Lydia.
Then in 2014, Jennylyn began house hunting with her manager Becky Aguila.
She found this two-story 500-square-meter home in Quezon City.
Jennylyn, Mommy Lydia, and her son Jazz began their new life here.
Before getting married to Director Paul Soriano, Toni resided in this two-story home in Taytay, Rizal.
The property includes a spacious pool area, parking lot, and a separate structure at the back of the house for the dirty kitchen and the maid's quarters.
Kim and her family moved into their three-story 600-square-meter Quezon City home in 2011.
Its interiors are a reflection of Kim's feminine style with its Victorian, Neo-Classical, and Contemporary designs.
The Asintado star was 16 when she acquired her first home property.
Though her current residence is Quezon City, Julia's first home investment was this 200-square-meter home in Cainta, Rizal.
She acquired this home in 2012 and chose to hold on to the property.
Julia told YES! Magazine, "Gusto kong ipa-rent, ayaw kong ibenta kasi first investment ko."
The home evoked a "homey, cozy, and minimalist vibe."