Forbes Park, PHILIPPINES – How many zeroes and commas do you have in your bank account? Will that be enough so that you can be the next owner of the country’s boxing champ and Senator Manny Pacquiao’s Zen inspired luxury mansion? If you have more than 10 zeroes or more than 3 commas in your bank account, then why not?!
Early this year, one of the rumors says that Senator Manny Pacquiao was selling his luxury mansion at Forbes Park. And the selling price that time was about ₱2 billion (₱ 2,000,000,000.00). This time around, the price dropped to ₱1.5 billion – ₱500 million off!
So, is Senator Manny Pacquiao pocket going down south to decide selling a magnificent luxury mansion? Or is this trending talk-of-the-town mansion being not really the same house that Pacquiao owns?
Such questions arise since Presello did not mentioned the names of neither Manny nor Jinky. But some shots show some portrait that seem belongs to Manny. Like this one.
Back in 2014, in an interview with Senator Manny Pacquiao, he said that he is nothing but a simple man – and will stay as is. He also added that he is even embarrassed that he might taint a bad image to the famous village. This is because he might get visitors wearing ordinary “tsinelas” (sandals).
“Baka nakakaistorbo ako, siyempre sikat na sikat na subdivision yun.”– Senator Manny Pacquiao
“Ako naman kasi, wala akong pinipili na bisita.Ayoko naman na iba yung pagkatao ko. Kahit marating ko na ako yung pinakamayamang tao sa buong mundo, para pa rin ako sa mahihirap.”– Senator Manny Pacquiao
Any who, the luxury mansion looks like an elegant resort – an expensive place to rest, if I may say so. The lot measures 2,000 square meter with a floor area of 1,525 square meter. It also has 5 spacious bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 4 car garage, walk-in closet, and many more!
The complete detail and other photos of the mansion is available at Presello.com. You can also book a viewing schedule to see this magnificent haven.
The Zen inspired luxury mansion was previously owned by the banker Lorenzo Tan around nine years ago. And the mansion was designed by Anton R. Mendoza, same person who was known for People’s Palace, and Two Roxas Triangle. It was said that during that time, the luxury mansion’s selling price was only ₱388 million. So, if that is the case, selling it for ₱1.5 billion is not bad already.
So, if you have the money to spent amidst the coronavirus pandemic the world is currently facing then go for it – while the offer is still hot!