Man’s impressive crib wows Mzansi: “We are coming for a warming”

Man’s impressive crib wows Mzansi: “We are coming for a warming”

- A man took to social media to share photos of his beautiful new crib

- The post went viral with many South Africans congratulating him and asking for invites to a house-warming party

- Briefly.co.za gathered the location of the complex as a luxury estate in Pretoria

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A man was lauded for his taste after revealing photos of his new home.

Twitter user Vincent (@VincentJurist) shared stunning photos of a modern kitchen kitted with high-end appliances as well as an image of the complex grounds.

Based on the photos, the complex is a luxurious one, boasting a massive pool and multiple pause areas.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the photos were taken at The Blyde complex in Pretoria East.

The popular residential estate has received rave reviews for its groundbreaking lagoon pool and the wide array of amenities at its lifestyle centre.

Two-bedroom apartments fetch a price tag in excess of R1-million.

While Vincent had many reasons to celebrate, his caption alluded to some concern:

"New apartment. Sigh, I suppose a new beginning will be good for my spirit."

Briefly.co.za gauged the viral reaction as thousands of South Africans responded positively.

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Yellow Kolisi (@Basetsana_Pule) expressed her admiration:

"Love to see it. Love to see you grow."

Pamela Shozi (@pam_shoziii) fell in love with the apartment:

"The place looks amazing."

Thulile Mhlongo (@thulilethembeka) was familiar with the estate:

"The Blyde maan! that place is very beautiful."

Makwela Khasanda (@MKhasanda) was one of many who wanted an invite:

"We are coming for a warming. Congratulations."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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