- Kasoa's very own 18-year-old Maame Sika gives her audience a tour of the Ghc 500,000 house she has purchased
- The house has a master bedroom and two other bedrooms that are not ensuite with in-built wardrobes coming with all
- The video has over half a million views on Youtube
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Maame Sika is the beautiful 18-year-old Kasoa based lady whose story about purchasing her first house valued at Ghc 500,000 at a young age was recently published by YEN.com.gh.
The beautiful young lady has given a tour of her self-financed 3-bedroom house in another video published on her Youtube channel with over 7000 subscribers.
The video currently has over 510,000 views.
Components of the house
In the video YEN.com.gh sighted, the house consists of a huge hall with a dining area attached.
A guest washroom comes after the hall with a study area following.
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The 3-bedroom house constitutes one master bedroom with two bedrooms that are not ensuite.
The master bedroom comes with a huge bathroom.
All the bedrooms come with in-built wardrobes as Maame Sika showed in her tour video.
Sika's house has a well-fitted and spacious kitchen.
She mentioned there are plans on including an island in the kitchen.
There is a huge backyard as well.
Check out the full house tour;
In another related story, YEN.com.gh reported that Maame Sika, an 18-year-old Ghanaian living in Kasoa in the central region of Ghana has disclosed in a Youtube video that she has purchased her very first house for $84,000
In the video, she talked about how she came up with the income to purchase the house.
Sika divulged that she is a real estate agent for a company called Blue Rose Limited and was able to get the bulk part of the money for the down payment of the house mainly through the commissions she gathered.
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Source: Yen Newspaper