Exquisite 6 units of newly built 3 bedroom flats with 1 bedroom servants quarters for sale at Citec Estate, Mbora Abuja.Title: C of O
Price: 180m (30m per unit) askingFor more info/inspection, Call: +234-1-2952655
FOR SALE IN ABUJAPRICE REVIEW ❗❗& SLASH AGAINThe owner of this property said I should inform you he is willing to collect 45m now. Even though he's selling below cost price. It's condition that made crayfish bend with its big head. There's executive beds and wardrobe
Pictures are available at request.3 BEDROOM + STUDY ROOM SEMI DETACHED DUPLEX WITH BQ AND ENOUGH PARKING SPACELOCATION : CITEC ESTATE NBORA ( SERREN & SECURED ENVIRONMENT)
PRICE : 45M now
FOR SALE : A A Brand New Mini Housing Estate with 24 Units of 2 Bedroom Flats, 2 Units of 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached Duplexes, 2 Units of 1 Bedroom flats and an estate office/shop on a land of about 6000 Sqm with C of O and located at Nbora district beside Citec estate. Price is #650m asking. Contact SAM ONAH CONSULTING on 08036411845, 08020855656 for enquiries
Three serial plots, partly developed up to lintel and foundation level within an Estate that is almost fully developed with infrastructures provided.
The neighbourhood is (a Gated Estate) which is very calm, serene and secured, a delight for any prospective investor seeking a quiet neighbourhood.
The title is allocation letter.
Asking price = N22 to N35Million.
For enquires, inspection and further information, please contact;
Macben – 08075559872
Jessica - 08054797539
Office line - 08054797535
Off Jabi Airport Road, Near Nigerian Turkish Hospital, Mbora, Abuja
The plot is big and within a high brow residential community. Near Citec estate Mbora and Nigerian Turkish Hospital NIZAMIYE. Option is available for 2 tranche payment for serious buyers. its behind the AYM FILLING STATION
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