Fully finished 4 Bedroom Detach Duplex with 2 parlor and a security guard house, standing on a land area of approximately 1200sqm at Orozo, Orozo Housing Estate, developed by CAJAAH.
PRICE: N25 million (negotiable)
CONTACT: 08034458076 ; 09098624156
Location of this property is a fast developing site, behind Jesuit Leyola college, access road and infrastructure in place and borders kajaar estate and CBN sites and services and Nodural Estates. Its really a very wise choice for investment with high Rate of Return on Investment (ROI).
3 Reasons why you should Invest
1. Capital Appreciation
2. Pride of Ownership
3. Lifetime security.
Call me today for further enquiry
*FLEXIBLE PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE
Orozo Housing Estate, Just After The Police Post Housing Estate, Kurudu, Orozo, Abuja
A new 4 Bedroom detached Duplex on distressed sale with bq space. Selling now @N20mLocation: Orozo Housing Estate.
Orozo is on the karu - Jikwoyo - Kurudu axis, just after the Police post housing estate, kurudu. There is also a new road connecting Orozo from Apo mechanic still under construction that will serve as an alternative to the Karu route. Estate is just about 10 minutes drive to the express.
Orozo Mass Housing Estate is one of the fastest growing estates around Abuja, there are four (4) different building types within the estate with lovable prototypes and very affordable and flexible payment structures,please take a few minutes to view the Building Types/cost list below:
PLEASE NOTE: THE COSTS BELOW COVERS PLOTS OF LAND ONLY "NOT" THE BUILDINGBuilding Types Size of Land Cost of Land2-bedroom detached bungalow PLOT -- 400sqm --COST =N=1m3-bedroom detached bungalow PLOT-- 600sqm --COST =N=1.5m4-bedroom detached bungalow PLOT-- 900sqm --COST =N=1.8m4-bedroom detached duplex PLOT-- 1000sqm --COST =N=2.5mFor more information please call; 070 3620 9880
080 2363 1041
081 3000 1569e-mail; [email protected] NOTE: THE COSTS ABOVE COVERS PLOTS OF LAND ONLY "NOT" THE BUILDING
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