Inside Basestana And Romeo Kumalo’s R25 Million Palace (Photos)

There is something magical about coming home that makes you feel better than when you left. Your heart will always be there wherever you call home. Basetsana Julia “Bassi” Kumalo, a South African television broadcaster, entrepreneur and philanthropist, is the winner of the beauty pageant.

In 1990, at the age of 16, Basetsana began her professional career after being named Miss Soweto and Miss Black South Africa. In the same year, she won the title of Miss South Africa and finished second in the Miss World pageant.

She started dating entrepreneur and investor Romeo Kumalo in 1997 and they married in 2000. They have three children!

This beautiful home at Saddlebrook House in Midrand is a family home (Johannesburg).

They invested two years and 25 million euros to build their dream house. Approaching the main body of the house is a large hall with two elegant staircases leading to the first floor.

Basesana’s Instagram proves that this is one of her favorite rooms at home as she regularly posts photos.
– Living quarters:

With 5 living rooms and 2 kitchens, the family won’t feel cramped here.

— In the dining room, there are places for 11 diners:

Romeo takes his friends to the winery for a cigar and whiskey tasting.


— Room for eating:

At the heart of the spacious kitchen is a beautiful island.
– Bedroom:

The house has five bedrooms. In addition to two walk-in closets, a Parlor and a bar, the master suite has a large balcony overlooking the beautifully landscaped gardens.

When it comes to wealth, this is the peak. The bathroom itself is as spacious as some studios.

Outside The house has a beautiful outdoor dining and lounging area next to a large swimming pool.

The building also has a second house that serves as a gym and office space. The property is secured with state-of-the-art biometric access control technology that uses fingerprint recognition and operates 24 hours a day.

Kumalos received positive feedback from both the real estate office and the neighborhood. Remember, perfection is boring. All the excitement is in human improvement. If we really want to change the world, we need to do more than act. We have to imagine, plan and believe.

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