There are 28 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Aba, Abia, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A 4 bedroom detached bungalow with a self-contain B/Q in a very serene part of World bank housing estate, Aba. One very important feature of this property is that it is very accessible and directly on a major street close to Chris-Pat hospital, and good private schools etc.
This Solidly built Mansion is available for sale opposite Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Ogbor Hill ABA in Abia state. Titled Document: Certificate of Occupancy.
Size of the land 11 plots of land.
7 Bedroom Detached House, plus a security house and Carpot, generator house and store building, on a land area of about 700sqm, in a low density residential neighbourhood close to Abia State University Hospital.
Abayi-Ossisioma, Aba, Abia State.
Positioned in Enyimba-city metropolitan area. inclusive in the sale is a 500 sitting capacity multipurpose hall, an office complex, an eatery, a bakery/storage facility, ample parking lot, etc.This property has:
Water FacilityThis property has the following title(s):
Certificate of Occupancy (C of O)
Fuel Station of about 2 Plots and Half Located at Port-Harcourt Road, Aba-Abia State in a Good Site for [email protected] This property is in a very good location for commercial use or other business you intend to set up.
Aba is a city in Abia state, southeast of Nigeria. It is a city of buying and selling. Trading of all kinds are engaged here. Abia state was created in 1991, and Aba was divided into two local governments areas (LGAs) namely; Aba south and Aba North. Aba south is the main city centre and the heart beat of Abia State, south-east Nigeria. It is located on the Aba River. The dominant tribe in this city is the Igbo tribe and are generally Christians by faith or religion.
Aba is surrounded by oil wells which separate it from the city of Port-Harcourt, a 30 kilometres (19 mi) pipeline powers Aba with gas from the Imo River natural gas repository. Its major economic contributions are textiles and palm oil along with pharmaceuticals, plastics, cement, and cosmetics which made the Ariaria International Market to become the largest market in west Africa seconded by the Onitsha main market. There is also a brewery, a glass company and distillery within the city. Finally, it is famous for its handicrafts.