- On Sunday, October 18, a man shared photos of the house he is building for himself in Limpopo
- The post inspired many South Africans and other homeowners decided to post snaps of their own mansions in rural areas
- Legit.ng took a look at some of the breathtaking houses and the reactions they gathered
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Just because you live in a rural area does not mean the house is going to be small and deteriorating. Many South Africans are opting to build stunning homes in villages instead of paying for overpriced houses in the suburbs.
On Sunday, October 18, one man wanted to show people how it is done. He posted snaps of the home he is building in a Limpopo village.
Legit.ng reported the man, who was only identified as @monsieurponto, captioned the post:
See this hotel where buckets are used to bathe, you can easily see someone else in their toilet through the window (video)
"This how we do it in Limpopo. Build decent homes in the village."
His post has continued to circulate on social media and now more homeowners decided to share photos of their village mansions.
Twitter user, @kunta_j, posted snaps of his home and captioned it:
"Here is mine in the dusty village of Eisleben, Botlokwa Ga-Ramokgopa. Give black Africans the land and we don’t need anyone’s charity."
Another man, @MampshikoMogale, also shared pics:
Social media user, @bonginkosijnr, shared a photo of a stunning house in Mpumalanga but added it is not his house. He wrote:
"It's not my house just stole this pic somewhere, I wish to know the owner too but I always notice the house."
Moses Makhomisani shared a pic of another house that is still under construction:
Take a look at more of the homes below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @Marclevidowner showed off his huge success on the platform after getting a house.
In a tweet on Wednesday, October 14, he said he got the building at the age of 23, adding that his law degree finally paid off in a big way.
The young man attached four lovely photos of the building. He posed in the house with a wide smile in some of the pictures.
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