- A picture of a beautiful house in Venda has gone viral and people can't get enough of looking at it
- The photo of the large property was shared by Twitter user @Thakhani_R
- It has received hundreds of comments with tweeps impressed by the design and the immaculate condition the home is in
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A South African who goes by Property Guy has taken to Twitter to share the picture of a stunning property in Venda. In a post captioned, "House Appreciation Ha-Thukutha Venda," he shared the photo of the quite large house.
The property is painted in light grey with a dark grey roof and window panes. It is also surrounded by luxurious palm trees and neatly trimmed hedging.
Twitter users who were wowed by the beautiful big house reacted to the post with likes, comments and shares.
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Here are some of the comments they left below the post.
"Venda has the most beautiful houses ever, their builders iyhoo! They must have studied building science... They are good, I salute."
Responding to folks who claimed the house was built with stolen money, @Petro96941111 said:
"It doesn't matter, where does the money come from, the fact is Venda people are building nice houses or big houses followed by Tsongas, the rest are having competitions with clothes and expensive booze."
While @BAY2AK1 claimed to know the beautiful home-owners in this tweet:
"It’s my friend's house, his parents build it when they were over 50 years after they spent 20 years in the business of owning taverns and shops."
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In other Briefly.co.za news, a woman has taken to Twitter to share a portrait which she painted of late basketball superstar, Kobe Bryant. Yellaxoxo took the her page to post a picture of herself standing besides the portrait, which she explains she started last year.
"Started last September and couldn’t find it in me to finish after January. Nearly an entire year later, here we are, just in time for Kobe Day. I still don’t feel like you’re done, maybe I never will. Might just keep adding special details and touches to you forever," she wrote.
The portrait, which displays her amazing artistry, received thousands of compliments from Twitter users who admired how life-like Kobe was portrayed.
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