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"The Lazatin House is a heritage house owned by the Lazatins in San Fernando City, Pampanga. It was built in 1925 by the couple Serafin Lazatin y Ocampo and Encarnacion Singian y Torres. Lazatin was the 6th Filipino billionaire and was president of SFELAPCO. This ancestral house was named a Heritage House by NHI in 2003 and currently owned by Carmen Lazatin."

"This stone house is originally owned by the couples Luis Wenceslao Dison and Felisa Hizon. It was purchased by the Archdiocese of San Fernando, Pampanga and is now being used as the Archdiocesan Chancery. This old house is located in San Fernando City, Pampanga."

"Another heritage house located in San Fernando City, Pampanga is the Santos-Hizon House. This Victorian-style house was built by the couple Teodoro Santos, Jr. and Africa Ventura. It was later purchased by Maria Salome Hizon, a volunteer of the Red Cross during the Philippine Revolution. The property was acquired by her brother Ramon Hizon and is currently owned by the heirs of his son Augusto Hizon."

"This stone house is originally the residence of Antonio Consunji, the Presidente Municipal of San Fernando during the Philippine Revolution. Consunji House was declared as Heritage House by the National Historical Institute."

"The Balay Negrense was the ancestral house of Victor F. Gaston, one of the pioneers of sugarcane cultivation in Negros Occidental. This Frenchman from Normandy married a Filipina from Batangas. This old house was built in 1897. The house was abandoned in the 1970s but purchased by concern citizens and refurbished the house. The Balay Negrense or Negrense House is now a museum located in Silay City, Negros Occidental which showcases the lifestyle of a late 19th-century Negrense sugar baron."

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Wedding House

The Macaraeg-Macapagal Ancestral House is located 20-30 minutes away from the city center of Iligan is considered as the first house in the Philippines where two of the country’s Presidents used to live --- Diosdado Macapagal, the 9th President of the Philippines and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the 14th President of the Philippines. The Macaraeg - Macapagal-Ancestral House has been declared a heritage house by the National Historical Institute last August 14, 2002.

Philippine Former President, Ferdinand E. Marcos' Ancestral House in Batac City, Ilocos.

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Victorian Cake house

Hofileńa Ancestral Home, Silay. "This ancestral house is home to one of the finest paintings by Filipino artists. Currently, it is still an occupied residence of the charismatic owner, Ramon Hofileńa. Antiques of the Hofileńa family are seen inside the house along with their old dining sets and family portraits and wood printing in Negros was first contained in this house."