Inside The £8 Million Mansion Where Robert Mugabe Used To Live (Photos)

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Until his death, former Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe lived lavishly in this mouth-watering mansion, popularly called the Blue Roof.

It is an estate on its own, and it’s worth £8million. What else would one call a residence that occupies 44 acres of land, if not an estate?

It was learnt that the mansion is more than three times the size of Zimbabwe’s State House. It was where Mugabe spent his days after his ouster from power in 2018. To protect the house, no fewer than four uniformed police officers patrol the perimeter 24 hours a day.

It is reportedly made up of three separate title deeds – the first two bought in 1987 by the M & S Syndicate Ltd, set up seven years earlier.

The Architecture and design of the residence speak of grandeur and lavish taste, right from the gate to every part of the mansion itself.

See photos below:-

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