The house was constructed sometimes in 1920s when Mr. Balili was still a bachelor.
The house served as the venue of grand social functions of Tagbilaran which were attended by prominent political and social personalities from both local and national levels.
One of those grand gatherings was the meeting of then President Roxas with Elpidio Quirino, a senator then, former governor Perfecto Balili, the brother of Eladio and some other important local political personalities.
In March 1942, the war (WWII) reached Bohol. Tagbilaran was occupied by the Japanese Imperial Army.
Almost everyone evacuated the town. The fine Balili house was requisitioned for use by high ranking Japanese officers where social gatherings were still held.
The house which still stands today, still carries the marks of its past grandeur that manifests how the Tagbilaranons lived their lives in the past.
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