Price slash. 4 bedroom terrace duplex mbora exceeding Grace Estate Mbora. Near Turkish Hospital. N32M as if today. Estate is a mini estate of about 27 terraces. The seller of this unit will AS OF THIS MONTH take N
32m. It doesn't mean he won't revert back to N35m soon. There is another terrace in the same estate with banner and it's N35m. This oga is selling his for N32m.
All rooms en suite.
On 3 floors.
Parking for 3 cars.
Estate has security.
Rooms are pay and park in but cupboard and wardrobe have been left to purchasers taste.
It's a detached bungalow flat with a security house located at Efab global estate, Mbora district Abuja. Good power supply almost 24 hours bolehole in the house. Very spacious rooms with pop finishing all through the house
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.150% capital appreciation with payback of less than 2yrs. Invest wisely!!
The Listed Property is a well finished 4 Bedroom Terraced duplex in a serene environment close to the Popular Citec Estate.It's in a fast developing estate still under construction.Hurry while offer lasts
1200 Sqm of land in mbora district directly behind citec estate . Abuja .
(lovely neighborhood with modern infrastructure work ongoing . Prime level land .Price: 40m (slightly Negotiable)Title: C of O
A 2 bedroom semi-detached duplex is now available for sale at Citec, Mbora district. This house is well finished with ample parking space and its within a very nice quiet environment close to Gwarinpa.
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