A rare 2,200Sqm Motel Land Use with a C.Of.O advantage at Gishiri fenced and gated.Listed plot is within the popular Nicon Junction Axis.Plot falls into the village but already fenced out so there is absolutely no encumbrance to sale. Price(50M)
A developing luxurious ten terrace houses on a land area of about 5000sq. Metres. Each unit is on three floors and provides entrance foyer, sitting room, en-suite guests bedroom, en-suite domestic servant’s room, laundry on the ground floor; dining, fully fitted kitchen, family sitting, store and en-suite bedroom on first floor;three en-suite bedrooms and a study adjoining the master’s bedroom on the second floor.
There shall be a swimming pool, gym, community hall, children’s playground and central power supply to serve the occupiers.
A building with 25 Units of 1 Bedroom flats and 25 Units of Self-contain room apartments, sited on a Land Area of 2,721sqm.
*GatedLocation: Katampe Extension.Its boast of an *Annual returns of N32m
Katempe Main::An already fenced and flat Housing Estate Plot No. *2017* , Size: *1.17Ha*. LOCATION: *KATAMPE Main*.
Title: C of O.
NOTE: The Land is within Developed Area (Buildable and Liveable).
Katampe Extn.JV / PARTNERSHIP PLOT.Location : plot 405Build 10 units of 5 bedroom Terraced Houses completely & take 5 housesLand Size : 3,697.71 M2Land value is N250mAgency Commission is 10% of land valueNo Premium!Title C of OApproved building plan available 5 bedroom terrace duplexes and a room BQDevelopers are needed for discussion.
This is a newly built and well finished 3bedroom terraced duplex with a bq
All the rooms are ensuite with extra visitor's toilet
The rooms are large with massive living room and master bedroom
The kitchen is fitted with modern kitchen wares
It has a large compound with well paved interlock
It has dedicated generator
It has swimming pool
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