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"R4.2 Million For A Burnt House?", Mzansi Creates After Seeing How Much This House Is Being Sold For

Date || 06 December 2021

Source || Twitter


One thing that's know about Cape Town is that is has some of the most expensive houses ever. Cape Town has a city that's close to the sea and, therefore, has some of the most beautiful views out there. It is also a place that's dominated by white people and, therefore, quite a lot of stuff tend to be expensive because white people are perceived to be able to afford things more than black people can. 

It, therefore, didn't come as a surprise when someone posted that a house that was burnt down a long time ago is being sold for a whole R4.2 Million. The house has three bedrooms and it's located in Roodebosch which is close to quite a number of things such as The University of Cape Town (UCT), a lot of fast food stores and a primary school just to name a few. So, because it's located in an area that's close to a number of things which I mentioned above, the price for it, therefore, takes that into account hence the big price tag for it. 

Photo credit: Twitter

Photo credit: Twitter

The house is, however, burnt down to a point where you would have to start all over if you would buy it. As you can see in the pictures, every room of the house has been burnt down and not much has been done to clean or remove any of the damage that the fire left behind. So, if you would have to purchase this house then, you would have to spend a lot of money to get it fixed on top of the money you would have already spent to purchase it.

Photo credit: Twitter

Photo credit: Twitter

Photo credit: Twitter

It's quite crazy that the people who are selling that house are selling it for R4.2 Million while it's in the condition that it is currently in. But, since they are promoting it as a "Restoration Opportunity", there's someone who will most probably love that idea, purchase it and restore it or even give it a whole new makeover. 

Photo credit: Twitter

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