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7 Things to Love About Grace Poe's House in Quezon City

Discover what we liked best about Senator Grace Poe's three-storey family home

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Photography: Rene Mejia

A few months after the untimely death of her beloved father, showbiz icon Fernando Poe Jr., senator Grace Poe decided to move from the United States to the Philippines. She returned to her native land to grieve with her mother and the rest of their family. She also came home so that she could help preserve her father's legacy. 

After 12 years of living in another country, Grace, her husband Neil, and their children Brian, Hanna and Nika, have found a new home in Quezon City. Here are the 7 things that caught our attention in this three-storey property:

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