Heritage House Tour: Villa Milagros
This grand dame of a house is ready to host your most splendid fetes
“My grandparents were inspired by their travels to Europe in the 1950s. They wanted to build a house that had a European aesthetic,” says Andrea Liamzon, Villa Milagros’ Manager, on the elegant white mansion nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains. Her grandparents—Isidoro Buenviaje Liamzon and Ma. Milagros Manahan Liamzon—then signed on the services of Architect Rey Eustaquio to help realize their vision. It took five years—from 1965 to 1969—to build the grand house and was unveiled, just in time, at the couple’s 35th wedding anniversary.
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