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This is a portion from the home of Sharon Cuneta showing how huge her future home is.

SHARON CUNETA – Megastar Sharon Cuneta shared a video showing a portion of her “forever home” which hints how big it is.

Everyone has a dream home but for Megastar Sharon Cuneta, when she said about building her dream forever home, she is seemingly implicating about building a mansion. In one of her latest post, she shared progress which hinted just how big it is once the construction is completed.

Before announcing building her dream home, she hinted through her social media account that vibe and design that she wanted for her home. The architect of her home is the partner of Zsa Zsa Padilla, Conrad Onglao, and the contractor is Limchoc Construction.

In her latest home, she showed the enormous basement parking of her home which is accordingly halfway through being finished. She said, “Basement parking in our forever home halfway done! It’s under half the whole house. Am so excited that we’re moving forward!”

She then furthered that her house is so strong and with how big it is, her contractor said that it would be done in a little over two years. And what’s even more amazing about it is that it can stand an earthquake with intensities between 9 and 10.

Here are the comments of awed netizens after seeing the clip:

lawak po! Kaylangan magka apo ka ng sampu or more than para di kayo aalog alog 😆

Wow 😍😍sana po tour mo kmi! Kpag tpos npo🙏🙏❤❤❤

Wow!!! 😍 house tour po mama ha pag natapos na 😘 (advance request na po 😆)


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