Off Enerhen Road, Along Okotete Sawmill Road, Effurun, Uvwie, Delta
It's choice property with the following 1 three bedroom flat ( master bedroom), 1 two bedroom flat, 1 self contain, a bed sitter and good parking space. The asking price is N20,000,000 negotiable! Located in a peaceful industrialized area
1.)THE UNCOMPLETED 2 STOREY HOTEL BUILDING IS SITED ON AN AREA OF LAND MEASURING ABOUT 1ACRE AS SHOWN IN THE SURVEY PLAN.IT CONSIST OF 32 ROOMS AND 8 SUITES,HALLS,LOUNGE AND PARKING SPACE AT OSUBI.(Pictures 1-9)
2.) A FUNCTIONAL HOTEL,A COMBINATION 2 STOREY AND BUNGALOW CONSISTING 25 ROOMS AND SUITES,BAR,LOUNGE, ETC AT UBEJI.(Pictures 10-25)
3.) AN EXISTING HOTEL WITH OVER 80 ROOMS AND SUITES ALONG JAKPA ROAD.
ALL WITH DOCUMENTS TO BACKUP.
This property can be converted to a house by buyer for it is in a secure and well developed area (Delta Development Property Authority) with good access road network, Just off Airport Road, Warri. Contact me for pics on 08057882117
Very well-maintained money-making property. Very clean indeed. Close to Refinery Road, Warri/Sapele, Jakpa Road and new Shoprite Mall. Three (3) building property with Nine (9) rental units, 4 Three Bedroom Flats, 1 Four Bedroom Flat, 1 Two Bedroom Flat, 2 BQs, 1 Self contained. All units area fully occupied by paying tenants. Yearly income of almost N2 million. Owner is relocating and needs quick sale. Bring all offers. Price is very negotiable. Call us today to inspect and purchase this excellent property. Best value for your mone
Uvwie is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Delta state, Nigeria. Uvwie has its headquarters located in Effurun. Uvwie Local Government Area was carved out of the then Okpe LGA along with Udu LGA on the 4th of December, 1996. The indigenous inhabitants are the Uvwie people, organised into four quarters. Each quarter is headed by a traditional administrator known as the Umuevworo and at the pinnacle of the traditional administration of the people is the paramount ruler, the Ovie. The LGA is urban with an estimated population of 172,395 going by the 1991 population census spread across Effurun, Ekpan, Ugberikoko, Ugboroke, Ugbomro, Uredjo (Enerhen) and others.