- Orlando Capote has refused to sell his home despite numerous offers, stating that it will be like selling his soul
- The 1,300 square foot house stands in the middle of an R8 billion project said to be the biggest ever in the town
- The man said his father worked two jobs to purchase the home in 1989, and both his parents, who are now dead, did not want the home sold
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A tough man has refused to sell his home, which stands in the middle of a huge construction project, despite several attempts to buy the property.
Orlando Capote, whose home stands in the middle of the project, says his home has a priceless sentiment value that no money can buy.
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The project is said to be worth R8 billion and the biggest commercial development in the history of Coral Gables, a town in Florida, US.
Capote noted his home carries many memories of his parents who bought it way back in 1989 with his dad working two jobs to buy it for the family.
Here, Capote with his mother when she was still alive:
According to The Mercury News, he has refused more than 60 offers, with one going as high as KSh 97 million for the two bedrooms 1,300 square foot house.
Capote's dad died in 2005 and his mum in 2020, who told him not to sell the family treasure, and he said that he at times feels their presence in the home.
Kendrick Lamar selling home
In other news, award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar is selling one of his properties.
According to TMZ, the California native popularly known as K.Dot. is looking to sell the property he bought in 2014.
The four-bedroom house in California used to be the residence of Kendrick's parents and family members before he moved them to a new home reportedly worth $800 000.
The residence Lamar put out up for sale has a three-car garage, spa and swimming pool.
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Source: Briefly News