December 8, 2021

James Reid resold his owned mansion for P82 Million!


During the COVID-19 pandemic, many were building or buying houses such as well-known personalities as well as ordinary netizens.

So we wonder why James Reid’s house in the Loyola Grand Villas where he and Nadine Lustre were together when they were still in a relationship hasn’t been sold yet.

When news of James Reid and Nadine Lustre’s breakup surfaced, there were various reports that the latter had moved out of James’ house and into a fancy Makati condo.

These were later proved when Nadine captured a video of one of her friends living in a tall condominium just a few meters away from her home on one of her Instagram stories. And now, James is selling his home in Katipunan’s Loyola Grand Villas.

While James and Nadine have yet to confirm whether or not the residence they shared in the past is still the same, fans have reason to suspect it is.

Several followers have pointed out that the areas utilized as backgrounds by Nadine Lustre on various Instagram posts resemble the balcony fixings in Reid’s photos.

A year and a half ago, James Reid still could not sell their “love nest” with Nadine Lustre

In an instagram post, James shared photos of his home at Loyola Grand Villas in the Katipunan.The actor posted photos of the house that took the facade, large kitchen with dining table extension, large living room, spacious bedroom, large bathroom with jacuzzi and more.

“My house is for sale! Loyola Grand Villas, Katipunan. Slide for more pics. Contact my assistant Penelope for more details on +63 927 836 9466.”James Reid caption. 

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And because it’s still a pandemic, maybe the house hasn’t been sold yet, especially at such a large price. Someone told that the actor had lowered the price so he posted it again.

The value of the said house is said to be P82 million which as far as we know when the news for sale first came out that the house was more than P100 million with James’ asking price.