Clarin Heritage House

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9.600677°N 124.010754°E

The Clarin Ancestral House was built in 1840 and was declared by the National Historical Institute as a heritage house. This heritage house has foundations made of coral stones, walls of indigenous wood material, thatched nipa roofing and vaulted receiving hall. It is the home of the politically prominent Clarin Family. –

Traditional Filipino-Spanish in design with long slanting roofs covered with nipa leaves, it is a typical one big square house with a coral stone foundation, rough-hewn wooden posts, wooden walls and floors of wide hardwood planks and a receiving hall with a high vaulted ceiling. Although the ceiling beams are in urgent need of repair being damaged by termites, the whole house is relatively in good condition. –


Posted: November 5, 2012

Author: pamana360

Category: Heritage Houses

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