1. ARRASTIA-GONZALES HOUSE 1929, San Roque, Guagua
2. DE MESA HOUSE 1935, San Isidro, Guagua
3. DR. GALICANO CORONEL HOUSE 1925, San Nicolas II, BetisFormer vice mayor of Guagua in 1928. The symmetrical looking Victorian house or "gingerbread", is notable for its lace-like fretwork carvings, and its graceful steps that lead to a gated open porch. The house sits on a well-kept, manicured garden.
4. GONZALES-ARAULLO HOUSE 1928, Sto. Nino
5.OCAMPO HOUSE 1928
Former residence of Mayor Isidro Ocampo.
6.SANTOS-OCAMPO HOUSE 1920
Now occupied by the Jiao Family
7. LOPEZ MANSION 1929, San Nicolas 1st
One of Guagua’s most spectacular landmarks is the Lopez Mansion, an imposing concrete residence built by the sugar magnate, Don Alejandro Lopez (b. 16 May 1883). Done in the Greek revival style, the façade is dominated by Grecian columns accented with reliefs of foliate swags. Sandwiched in between are glass-paneled openings that lead to individual room balconies. During the war, Japanese Col. Gempachi Sato, commander of the 61st infantry took over the house in 1942. The Alejandros reclaimed the house in 1945. Severely damaged by the Pinatubo eruption in 1991, it was restored in 2016 by an heir, Jose Ronrico “Rico” Vitug Gueco. The house is open for social events and for various functions.