Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Black stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has bought a $3 million hilltop mansion at the apex of one of the McCathy Hills affording occupants an airborne view of Accra.
The footballer has named his mansion “La Basilica De Baby Jet” and says  he would use it as a residential facility.
It is a 3-storey building that can only be described in two words, classy and comfortable with large balconies on each floor directly overlooking the Weija River.  It has elegant floral designs and tiles, luxury linens, pristine décor and a collection of furniture and artifacts from different countries of the world.
La Basilica De Baby Jet has master fitter bedrooms, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a pub, a cafeteria, a movie room, a snooker bar, several kitchens, self contained boys quarters, automated garages, several living rooms and has become the talk of town.
NEWS-ONE visited the place for daytime photos.

one of the kitchens

Third living room

Awards room

Golden Boot Award


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Halifax Ansah-Addo is a Ghanaian journalist living and working in Accra. Currently, he is Editor of THE PUBLISHER (www.thepublisheronline.com), a private-owned Ghanaian newspaper with nationwide circulation in the country. He attended the African University College of Communications in Accra and an alumnus of the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ), Berlin, Germany. He was awarded the 2015 Best Entertainment Journalist/Writer at the GN Bank Awards. Halifax writes on politics, human rights, arts and social issues. He is a Christian.

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