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8 Things You Need to Know About Manny Pacquiao’s Mansion

Often referred to as The White House by the locals, the house features pocket gardens and a spacious Bulwagan

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Photography: Melo Balingit

After his much talked about fight with Australian boxer Jeff Horn, many people are wondering about senator Manny Pacquiao’s next move. Will he go for a rematch or will he finally hang those boxing gloves for good? As we wait for the official announcement, let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit his second mansion in General Santos City.

The sprawling property serves as home not just to the growing Pacquiao brood, but to Manny’s friends and supporters as well. Defined by clean lines and a streamlined look, the house features a calming outdoor area, pocket gardens, a covered basketball court, and a separate structure meant for meetings and small gatherings. Here are eight more things you need to know about this famous house, also called as Mansion 2 by neighbors and friends:

1. The spacious living area highlights Eero Saarinen's Womb chairs

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