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LOOK: Sharon Cuneta shows part of new future home

/ 01:27 PM August 17, 2020
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Sharon Cuneta (L) and a 3D rendering of her future home. Images: Instagram/@reallysharoncuneta

Sharon Cuneta gave her fans a glimpse of the new home she and her family are having built, which will have more than enough space for their pets.

One of the areas she is looking forward to the most is a dog house for their furry family members, as per her Instagram page yesterday, Aug. 16. The Megastar also posted a short video of a 3D rendering of the area.

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“My little doggies here in our condo now are staying in the main house with us,” Cuneta said.

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This is one of the areas I am most excited about over the new house we are building. My little doggies here in our condo now are staying in the main house with us. But my Chow Chow Mochi, KC’s Chow Chow Po, KC’s ShihTzu Grandpa, and Kakie’s Beagles Bea and Cupcake are “coming home” with us to the new house. And so they will have their own. This Computer-Generated video of their area isn’t yet an accurate representation of it. Aside from their house, they will have a grooming area, and a dog run with a playground! Plus-MORE BIG DOGS to play with. I think one of my callings aside from supporting rescues is – TO BREED MY FAVORITES! To sell. Something to look forward to when I retire.😊 At least they’ll be in a loving home and there won’t be too many of them. Nothing wrong with that. Especially if they are your passion. Life is short di ba I always say?😊 I am sorry I can’t show you the whole video of the house. When I posted here on IG my Architect’s renderings/parang photos na-of my then new house, one day I was surfing the net and nagulat ako may binebenta na na eksaktong design ng bahay namin pero mas maliit! I changed everything. And I reduced the size of the floor area.To me this is the right size okay? Magkakaiba ang sa tingin natin ay “tama” kaya don’t judge me please ha? Remember – we all have different realities. What is normal to you may not be normal to me, and vice-versa. Ang importante, masaya ang nasa bahay. YUN ANG DAPAT IDASAL. I promise I’ll give you a proper tour of the house pag natapos na. KUNG matapos. Kung matapos din ang COVID. Basta ginagawa na siya kaya happy ang workers kasi may trabaho sila. It might take around two years to build daw according to my contractor so tamang-tama. Di na ako masyado siguro nagtatrabaho non. Ang ganda. Mali yata ang timing. Sabay mag-aalisan mga anak ko para mag-college sa ibang bansa! Kung gusto pa nila. At kung wala na ang COVID. Eh di pano magbobowling kami ni Miguel sa loob ng bahay chaka taguan? Ngek. Haaaay magkaapo naman sana ako. Kundi sorry Kiko dadami talaga mga aso ko. Hahahaha🤪 Neighbor! Di ako makatulog. Dami iniisip. Kainis. Goodnight again. Hope you all rest well tonight.🙏🏼❤️⭐️😘

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She then explained that her Chow Chow named Mochi, KC Concepcion’s Shih Tzu called Grandpa and Frankie Pangilinan’s beagles, Bea and Cupcake, will move with them to the new property.

Though she is excited over the dog house, Cuneta noted that the 3D video isn’t an “accurate representation” of it yet. Along with the space for the pets, the new home will feature a grooming area and playground for the animals as well. The actress-singer also hinted at welcoming new big dogs into their family.

“I think one of my callings aside from supporting rescues is — TO BREED MY FAVORITES! To sell,” she said. “Something to look forward to when I retire.”

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“At least they’ll be in a loving home and there won’t be too many of them,” Cuneta added. “Nothing wrong with that. Especially if they are your passion.”

She then apologized to her fans for not showing the whole video of her new home. Cuneta explained that when she posted an old 3D video of the future house, she later saw a house with a similar design being sold online. After seeing it, she decided to change her plan and reduced its floor area.

“To me this is the right size okay?” she said of the house’s new design. “Magkakaiba ang sa tingin natin ay ‘tama’ kaya don’t judge me please ha?” (We have different opinions on what we see as “correct” so please don’t judge me, OK?)

She then reminded her fans that everyone has different realities and what is really important in life is to be happy.

Cuneta also promised to give a proper tour of the home if and when it is finished amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She assured that the house is already being constructed by workers who are happy to have a job during these unprecedented times.

According to her contractor, the house will take two years to build, which she says is perfect timing since she probably would not be working too much by then. However, she added that it may also be the time when her children all go abroad for college.

“Eh di pano magbobowling kami ni Miguel sa loob ng bahay [at saka] taguan? Ngek. Haaaay magkaapo naman sana ako. Kundi sorry Kiko [Pangilinan] dadami talaga mga aso ko,” she joked.

(So what will happen? Miguel and I would go bowling and play hide-and-seek inside the house? Sigh, I hope I get a grandchild. If not, sorry Kiko [Pangilinan], I really will have more dogs.)

While Cuneta and her family’s future house is still years away from being finished, the artist is making the most out of their current home. The Megastar previously launched her new online program called “The Sharon Show”, which she shoots from the comfort of their condo unit. JB

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