Bryan Habana's mansion

Inside Bryan Habana’s mansion. Image: Instagram @bryanhabana_

Springboks legend: Inside Bryan Habana’s mansion [photos]

From window walls to distinctive art pieces get a sneak peek into Springboks legend Bryan Habana’s Cape Town mansion!

Bryan Habana's mansion

Inside Bryan Habana’s mansion. Image: Instagram @bryanhabana_

With an illustrious career spanning years, Bryan Habana has fast become one of the most celebrated Springboks legends. In the backdrop of his retirement, he went down in the history books of rugby as one of the game’s greatest.

Undoubtedly, he capped his 13-year stint with several accolades, records and Rugby World Cups.

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Over the years, he has made a fortune from his career and has managed to splurge millions on his life of glitz and glamour. Despite keeping his private life under wraps, Mzansi has connected the dots about his life thanks to his social media feeds.

Habana reportedly owns a lush mansion in Cape Town. Over the years, his mansion has topped trends. In 2014, Top Billing visited the lush mega-mansion that screams luxury.

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Let’s dive into Bryan Habana’s mansion. Little is known about the mansion’s location. Reports have it that he has kept it under wraps for security reasons. The double-storey mansion reportedly boasts several rooms. Some amenities include:

•Sun room
•Cigar lounge
•Spacious dining and seating rooms
•Playing area
•Home office

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Chandeliers drop dead from high ceilings. It also has fixed beam lights that add vibrancy. Every room has its theme, but they all have something similar – artefacts and portraits.

More glass walls for more natural light. Large balcony that gives the best aerial view.

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However, despite his retirement in 2018, many have been trying to connect the dots on his whereabouts. The star has been winning big in the backdrop of his retirement and has since established himself as a businessman in his own right.

Bryan Habana has reportedly founded several businesses, which include:

  • Paymenow
  • Retroactive agency

He also happens to be a key member of the MatchKit corporate structure. Despite hanging his boots, the former Springbok legend is still involved in rugby through his partnership with DHL and broadcasters.