There are 15 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.
Tastefully furnished self catering two bedroom bungalow. This apartment specifically design for both business stay, vacating family and leisure alike. It's kitchen is fully equipped with appliances, cutlery and other crockery utensils.
We have for sale a large mixed use commercial and residential property for sale situated behind Enyinba Filling Station, Ariaria junction, Aba (by Port-Harcourt/Umuahia Road).Property includes a large 2 storey building, and a bungalow and the units consist of the following:The 2 Storey Building:* 4 Ground floor warehouses
* 4 Stores to the front of the building
* 2 x 2 Bedroom first floor flats
* A 4 Bedroom second floor family dwelling with an extra large sitting roomThe Bungalow (at rear)* 2 Bedroom flat
* 1 Storage unitProperty is in a thriving business area with current yearly rental yield of N2.2 Million, so it does present itself as a great ongoing investment opportunity.
Take Advantage of this PROPERTY for COMMERCIAL/ RESIDENTIAL purposes in a fast develop environment located opposite Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Ogbor Hill ABA in Abia state Measuring about 6,600 sqm (11 PLOTS). its fenced all round and gated and Original Right of Occupancy is readily available. Call me today for further enquiries and inspection.
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.