5 bedroom duplex with double staircases, security and generator house, over 90% completed. pop, plumbing & tiles completely done in the whole house, electrical over 65% completed, in a land of 100f... More details
Chris Abudei St, Opp Frsc, Near Old Ministry Of Transport, Asaba, Oshimili South, Delta
Two bungalows consisting of 6 flats (two 3bdrms & four 2bdrms) on a 100ftx100ft land. situated on chris abudei str. opp frsc asaba. near old ministry of transport. title: deed of assignment upon a ... More details
Opportunities come when you least expect and there is no better tomorrow if don't act now. this is why reliance economic advancement limited asaba has remained true to her name by making people lan... More details
Added on 09 Sep 2016
₦300,000 per plot Reliance Economic Advancement Limited 08032968924
Bungalows are now complete and ready at enu-ani mega city.
it has been designed for relaxed and refined living; its rooms capture the quiet beauty of nature.
location: 8km from asaba airport
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Seize this opportunity in this promotion season by becoming a landlord in the stunning luxury city of enu-ani mega city; in an amazing location and with breathtaking views from both city towards th... More details
There are those who appreciate nature's finer things and there are those live among them. enu-ani mega city is life at the heart of nature.for those who live there,clean air and cooler limes is a s... More details
Oshimili South is a Local Governement Area (LGA) in Delta state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters in the state capital Asaba. The LGA has a land area of approximately 500 square kilometres and a population of about 143,000 people who are mainly farmers and fishermen. It is situated along the bank of the River Niger, whose many tributaries make up the Niger Delta. The sandy beaches of the river presents a beautiful sight and is a good ground for recreation and tourism. The Niger Bridge links Asaba with Onitsha in Anambra State. Asaba, whose people are Igbo, is also the seat of a major traditional ruler, the Asagba of Asaba. Other communities are Oko and Okwe.