WATCH: Inside Oprah’s new R102 million home

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The wisest woman on TV and everyone’s fave, Oprah Winfrey, has just bought a new estate on Orcas Island, in San Juan County, Washington, United States. 

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She just bought the new home for (what is probably to her) the tidy sum of $8.275 million (over R103 million) and the secluded estate, which was built in 2007, comes with four bedrooms, three full and two half bathrooms, according to Variety. 

The main residence features a copper and late roof and rustic-luxe cabin-like interior finishes that include rare reclaimed woods, hand forged iron work and wood floorboards reclaimed from the old Sears building in Chicago. 

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Velvet Ropes says the home has three levels and the main level houses the kitchen, living room, dining area and bedrooms. The master bedroom features a stone wall with all natural wood accents and an an-suite bathroom full of marble and “spa-like amenities”.

There’s also an office, game room, wine cellar and tasting room, plus the gardens are beautiful and lush and manicured to a tee!

Watch the video below to see inside the home. 

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