The Boracay Mansion transformed: Fit for a VP

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The Boracay Mansion transformed: Fit for a VP

Vice President-elect Leni Robredo will be taking over the newly-rehabilitated Quezon City “Executive House,” a property with a lot of backstory. It was once known as the “Boracay Mansion,” one of the 17 properties discovered by investigative journalists in 2000 that was included in the plunder complaint against Estrada. The renovated “Executive House” was built over what little remained of the mansion. In the structure hangs a huge painting depicting the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr as a soldier, and another portraying the Philippines’ independence. Another painting in the main sitting area is by local celebrity Heart Evangelista.

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