Yoh: Stunning Limpopo Mansion Built in a Local Village Has Mzansi Impressed

Yoh: Stunning Limpopo Mansion Built in a Local Village Has Mzansi Impressed

  • An incredible Limpopo mansion has caused a buzz on social media for its absolutely luxurious exterior
  • According to Twitter user @kulanicool, the home is one of only a few mansions in the small village of Makumeke
  • Mzansi social media users were definitely inspired by the cool pics and took to the comments section to share their thoughts

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A picturesque Limpopo residence has certainly dazzled Mzansi. Snaps of the sweet pad have gone viral on social media and were shared by Twitter user @kulanicool

Yoh: Stunning Limpopo Mansion Built in a Local Village Has Mzansi Impressed
This Limpopo mansion is causing a stir online. Image: @kulanicool/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The big home turns heads in the small rural village

The stunning mansion is reportedly located in Makumeke Village, Limpopo. It features a glamourous front driveway with captivating exterior windows. The big home is definitely a rarity in the small villages of Limpopo.

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Snaps of the stunning home spark an interesting internet conversation

Pictures of the perfect home have sparked an interesting conversation on social media. While some users commented that such a fancy home would be far too expensive in places like Johanesburg, others commended the builder for choosing to invest in hometown property.

Check out some of the comments below:

@Rhamncwalothiwa said:

"I know Limpopo people can budget, imagine eating pap and masonja the whole year"

@ItsMario_JHB said:

"This crib is probably bo ma 50meter mo Jozi"

@Davey_Unplugged said:

"There by Makumeke village they don't play,its mansions all over"

@vukeyafo said:

"I am Glad people have realized that it's even more important to have a house back home, and if possible also near your place of work.... (They use to tell us you can't have big house back home cos it doesn't have value, you can't sell it)..... We build Homes!! Not to resell"

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@Mulalo86707511 said:

"So beautiful. That area is developing hle!"

A modern shack has Mzansi in absolute awe

In more news about stunning local homes, Briefly News previously reported that a young man stunned social media users when he unveiled photos of a shack that has been beautifully renovated.

Twitter user K U L A N I (@kulanicool) shared the images and tweeps were left speechless as it caught many by surprise.

It was clear to see the homeowner took immense pride in the abode, as it featured incredible curb appeal - a splendid front garden with a covered patio.

The exterior offered a taste of what was to follow as the interior boasted luxury design and finishes.

A fully-fitted kitchen was complimented with high-end appliances while the lounge was kitted with a quality lounge suite and flat-screen television.

Briefly News marvelled at the reactions, as the tweet attracted 6 000 likes.

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Mpho (@mpho_phokie) questioned the rationale:

"Looks good in pictures but come summer it will be too hot to sleep in that shack and come winter you'll freeze to death. I’d rather build a three-bedroom house."

Mordecai (@Mxwillia_58) admired what he saw:

"This is beautiful. Men and women who have a "VISION" benza kancinci kancinci. Nothing should stop you from having a vision! What do you want in life?"

Mhlekazi (@SandileMkono) said,

"Very beautiful but Mkhukhu multiplies weather conditions to uncomfortable levels, it's cold it's hella cold, if it's hot it's hella hot, all that interior money could have bought bricks nyana."

GAMEVILLE CHICKEN SUPPLIERS (@BlessingNkuna) shared his vision for the space:

"I think the concept is that of a business like a guest house within the township, I wouldn't mind renting it out for a weekend, I am in Soweto, gives you that whole kasi vibe."

Source: Briefly News

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