- A woman has taken to Facebook to share pictures of her beautiful zinc-walled home
- The stunning shack features a beautiful built-in bathroom, lounge, and kitchen
- Wowed Facebookers took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the lovely house
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Thembisa Makalwazi Ndlovu is one proud shack owner. And after catching a glimpse of the place - we all understand why. Her beautiful shack is certainly one of a kind, which is probably why she took to her Facebook to share pictures of the place.
Unlike many other shacks, hers features a bathroom, sunk-in lounge, kitchen, and a few bedrooms. The entire place is neatly tiled and painted and features an array of beautiful furniture, showing just how skilled she is at making a house a home.
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The post received a lot of reactions from Facebookers who were absolutely wowed by the innovation. Many of them took to the comment section to express how much they loved the beautiful shack.
Read some of their comments below:
Mphotorito-gang Tjale wrote:
"That's astonishing, now as black people"we gotta change our mentality aspects in life because being poor starts from your mind not what you have."
Summer Holiday wrote:
"Your home is very beautifully decorated. You have very good decorating skills. It also looks comfy."
Jackline Karugu said:
"I love it, would want that plan how can I get it."
Kholoh Hlezie asked:
"It's beautiful but wonder about the risk factors. When it's very windy, haevey rain how are things? Risk of fire burning and loosing everything so beautiful and classy. In this piece of land is the owner not allowed to build? With everything in here clearly shows she or he can afford to build a house. Or you prefer a shack. Please educate us maybe the are things we don't know we need to learn. We never stop learning. No bad blood my dear I am willing to learn seriously."
In other news, some people are really reaching new levels this year despite the pandemic. One man, @monsieurponto, has shown off the progress he is making on his dream crib.
The tweep revealed he is building a home in a Limpopo village. He shared photos of the structure on social media.
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