An Inside Look Into Sandhurst's Luxury R150m Mansion Equipped with 10 Car Garage and 20 Seater Cinema

An Inside Look Into Sandhurst's Luxury R150m Mansion Equipped with 10 Car Garage and 20 Seater Cinema

  • A 'super home' situated in Sandhurst, Johannesburg is currently on the market for R150 million with a suggested monthly repayment of R1.1 million
  • The mansion has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a 20-seater cinema with its own bar, a library with a spiral staircase that leads to a wine cellar and much more
  • The house was just recently listed by Chas Everitt - a real estate agency specialising in super homes - and has already been making nationwide headlines

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A luxurious home located in the wealthiest suburb in South Africa is selling for R150 million. The stunning house boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms and is located in Sandhurst, overlooking Sandton.

The outstandingly spacious three-story abode has luxuries beyond your imagination. With a spa experience containing a salon, gym, sauna, two bathrooms and massage and steam rooms as well as a 20-seater cinema with its own bar, this house is insane.

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That's not where the luxury stops though, it also has a private library with a spiral staircase that leads to a wine cellar, a billiards room (pool room), an entertainment bar and a 10-car garage. The payment scheme is wild.

Sandhurst, Johannesburg, R150 million mansion, 'super home'
An insanely priced Sandhurst home is dominating headlines with its luxurious amenities. Image: @chaseveritt
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According to Chas Everitt's website, the monthly bond repayment is R1 185 563.98; this has been calculated over 20 years at 7.25% with no deposit. The over 3 000㎡ mansion's inspiration comes from the former home of Hollywood producer Aaron Spelling's The Manor.

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Spelling is known for series such as Dynasty and Beverly Hills 90210. The New York Times revealed that Spelling's home was sold for $120 million in 2019.

Going back to the Sandhurst mansion, it's a peculiar situation as realtors try to find a buyer in a country that has an unemployment rate of 34.4%, as reported by Reuters.

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With the country gripped by a global pandemic causing death and major job losses, it's scary to think this 'infinitely stylish' mansion may possibly have a buyer who's drowning in money.

"Like a king": Black Coffee stans King Monada's mega-mansion, Saffas in their feels

In other news about mansions, Briefly News previously reported that in one of his biggest flexes yet or any other seen on social media in recent times, artist Khutso Steven Kgatle, commonly known by his stage name, King Monada, basked in the glory of owning the title deed to a sprawling mansion.

The muso took to Twitter to post a snap of the mega property, and instead of expectantly turning green with envy, Mzansi social media users doffed their hats off to the entertainer for striking gold. King Monada has long paraded the gem while it was under construction. Taking to his verified @KingMonada handle, he wrote:

"Be strong enough to walk away from what's hurting you and patient enough to wait for the blessings you deserve. That's my house."

Source: Briefly News

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