A Look Inside the Multi-Level Homes Owned by Celebs

Here's your access to the homes of Team Kramer, the Pacquiaos, and other stars

Photography: @jinkeepacquiao on Instagram | Rene Mejia (Main Photos)

While some celebrities see houses as symbols of how successful they have become, there are stars who consider properties as legacies and not just investments. Take a peek inside the sprawling multi-storey homes of these well-known people:

Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao

Their three-level, multi-million estate sits on a 1,500 square-meter lot inside Forbes Park.

Amenities include a stylish master bedroom, a spacious dining area, a family home cinema, a state-of-the-art kitchen, and a his-and-hers walk-in closet for Manny and Jinkee.

READ: Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao's Modern Tropical House in Forbes Park

Doug Kramer and Cheska Garcia-Kramer

For a family of five, Team Kramer requires ample space to accommodate the necessary and the whimsical among their needs and wants. Each of the three floors has its purpose. The first floor holds the living, dining, and kitchen areas.

The second floor houses the family area and the home theater.


The third floor is where Doug and Cheska Kramer entertain their guests.

At present, the Kramers are building a new home, a bigger one that will allow more space for their kids Kendra, Scarlett, and Gavin to move around.

Their soon-to-be home is also multi-leveled and will have home amenities such as a basement man cave for Doug, a walk-in closet for Cheska, and a playground for the kids.

READ: Team Kramer's Three-Storey House with a Modern Contemporary Style

Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico

Early this year, Solenn and Nico moved from their condo in Bonifacio Global City to their three-storey modern home in a subdivision.


IMAGE Screencap from Solenn Heussaff on YouTube

Solenn and Nico renovated the four-year-old home, adding bohemian elements that reflect Solenn's Parisian background and industrial elements that pay homage to Nico's Argentinean culture.


IMAGE Screencap from Solenn Heussaff on YouTube

Solenn and Nico often entertain guests in this room at the third floor of their home. 


READ: Take a Tour of Solenn and Nico's Multi-Storey Home

Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez

The 500-square-meter house of the songwriter and the songbird has three floors.


Built on top of a hill with good view of the 17th hole of the golf course, the Alcasid family's modern home has its own elevator.


READ: Modern Pieces Fill Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez-Alcasid's House

Sylvia Sanchez


The Kapamilya actress and her family moved to a mansion in a "mataas na area" after their former house was ravaged by the floods brought on by Typhoon Ondoy in September 2009.


The modern-minimalist abode has three floors, and elevator, and, according to Sylvia, "komportable lang, malapit sa mall, malapit sa bilihan."

READ: Sylvia Sanchez's Multi-Level Family Home

Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio

Rica gave fans a tour of their home via her YouTube channel last July.  Though her home has three floors, they only occupy two levels.


IMAGE Screencap from Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio on YouTube

The first floor currently serves as a storage.


IMAGE Screencap from Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio on YouTube

Rica and her family bought their home from its previous owner, and did minimal renovations to the house.


IMAGE Screencap from Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio on YouTube

Julius Babao and Christine Bersola-Babao

The Babao residence is "a museum masking as a home." Christine reveals that their home, which they call "Casa Uccello," is actually an extension of their family home.

This four-storey property houses over 360 paintings and artworks that Julius have collected over the years.


Before moving to her two-storey Antipolo home, Pokwang lived in a five-storey structure within the same area. The comedienne bought this property in 2010 and moved in a year later.


One of the house's distinct features is a huge decorative door. It was Pokwang's idea to have the symbol of sun with eight long rays and eight short rays to symbolize hope.



In December 2016, Pokwang moved to a relatively smaller home so she could watch her ailing mother more closely.

READ: Pokwang's Modern Four-Storey House in Antipolo

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