A property investor who has gained a large social media following for sharing tips and tricks of the trade showed that money can buy happiness when he reduced his in-laws to tears by bagging them their dream home.

Samuel Leeds, who runs the Samuel Leeds training school in Beaconsfield and lives in his own multi-million-pound home in the leafy neighbourhood, has been on an impressive journey from school dropout to undeniable success story – with his multiple properties affording him the financial freedom to help his loved ones in ways most of us can only dream of.

The 33-year-old, who “shares everything” he earns with his wife Amanda, most recently treated her parents, Bornwell and Ellen Machekanyanga, to their “dream home” for Mother’s Day – a surprise that he documented on his YouTube channel, and which brought his ‘Mum and Dad’ both to tears.

Ellen and Bornwell are both mental health nurses who recently set up an assisted living company and had been on the lookout for a property to buy after years of living in rented accommodation.

The couple, who are both in their 60s, had viewed a house in Holmer Green that Ellen “couldn’t stop thinking about” and, as a “thank you” gift for “being the best parents we could imagine”, Samuel and Amanda secretly bought it for them.

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In the video uploaded to Samuel’s social media, both Ellen and Bornwell are brought to tears after being presented with their new home – completed with a ribbon wrapped around its outside.

As the surprise sunk in, Amanda is shown telling her parents, “You guys deserve it, we love you so much” and Ellen hugs Samuel and says, “We love you, son”.

Alongside the house itself, Samuel also hid a cheque for £30,000 in its living room alongside a bottle of bubbly to go towards furnishings and décor – further generosity that set off the waterworks yet again.

 A letter enclosed with the cheque read: “Mum and Dad, never a day goes by when we don’t appreciate you. We hope you are happy in your new home. Thank you for being such great models to us and the entire family (and) thank you for being so kind and helping with the children.”

Sharing the news on social media, Samuel wrote: “We just bought a house for mum and dad.

“It was a total surprise, so we decided to wrap the house in a bow as a gift. Their reaction was priceless and unforgettable.

“We’ve now brought 51 people to our village in Buckinghamshire, including children. Success is supposed to be shared.”