Look! Vic Sotto’s Luxurious Mansion For His Wife Pauleen Luna and Daughter Talitha

After their marriage, last January 20, 2016, Vic Sotto and her wife, Pauline have moved in their new house saturated in Laguna.

Pauline has been always dreaming of having her own family and of course, her own baby. According to her husband Vi, she is on-hand on taking care of their baby Tally which makes Vic more proud and happy for Pauline.

Pauline is very happy and contented for her marriage life now. With a very supportive husband, beautiful baby Tally and a new house that accommodates their living make Pauline one of the happiest woman alive.

Last September 2014, Pauline shared that Vic has bought a 1,300 square meters exclusive village in Laguna. The house looks expensive for its luxury interior and exterior designs.

Since the Sotto’s are one of the richest celebrities in Philippine showbiz, it’s no surprise that they can afford to build a luxury house. The whole construction of the house took almost a year and a half to finish.


Pauline admitted that they don’t want to rush things saying,”Magiging pangit naman kung sobra mong mamadaliin.”


One of the walls inside the house was decorated with Arturo Luz, National Artist for Visual Arts and the father of Vic’s former partner Angela Luz.

Living Room

This part of the house is clear proof that the house has a “clean and maaliwalas” ambiance for its simple yet elegant theme.

Because of Vic’s hectic schedule, he gave all the responsibilities of overlooking to the construction of their new house. Pauline shared that she learned a lot with this experience and appreciate more other peoples especially those who worked as their employees. She said,

“Hindi siya biro. Ang dami mong choices. I’m sure sila (other honeowners), nilalatagan na lang ng choices. Ako, hindi. Pumupunta talaga ako do’n sa Wilcon, at ako naghahanap no’n. Ang dami!”

Dining Area

According to the actress, their dining table is sturdy that they can hide under it when earthquakes happen.

Vic requested to Pauline to keep their house “clean and maaliwalas” by keeping plants and art pieces inside the house.


The kitchen has an island, tons of drawers, and cabinets for essentials keeping the whole space far from visible equipment and materials. A glass door inside the kitchen leads to the lanai and foyer.

Common Bathroom


Second Floor

First Guestroom

Second Guest Room


Swimming Pool

Guest Bathroom

The residence has two guest bathrooms, lanai, and a swimming pool. The noticeable high ceiling of the house makes it more spacious and clear.