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Mr Price Home - Cresta



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From kitchenware to lounge living, Mr Price Home is about affordable modern living. Launched in 1998 and located throughout Southern Africa, Mr Price Home offers customers the latest in contemporary home textiles, kitchenware and home accessories. The products are inspired by local design talent to provide style with a distinctive local flavour.

Mr Price Home - Cresta

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Latitude -26.1285° S 26.1285° S 26° 7' 42.6" -26° 7.71'
Longitude 27.9746° E 27.9746° E 27° 58' 28.56" 27° 58.476'
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Shop L313 Cresta Centre
Cnr Df Malan Dr &
Veltevreden Rd, Cresta
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 478 3625
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 478 3625

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