There are 14 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ekiti, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
4 bedroom luxury bungalow with a study room, sitting on a 600sqm land mass, House is tastefully finished, it is fully tiled with full POP, Security doors, very secured environment with sharing area with the civil defense corps. Price is 14M asking, slightly negotiable.
The property consist of like 6 flats within a big compound ,in a busy n commercial place in Ado ekiti,it's facing the road directly .can be used for building shopping complex, business plaza, petrol station etc
The land is directly facing the major Road,located in a very busy and a commercial place in Ado ekiti, good for petrol station or business plaza with complete documents,any serious buyer should contact via the phone no here,08032738281, thanks
No 177, Adedayo Fajuru Road, Oke-ila Street, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti
This is a furnished 3 bedroom bungalow with 4 toilets including a visitors toilet and 3 bathrooms. it includes a courtyard, interlocked compound floors, a well with a pumping machine and water tank and flowers and masquerade trees
4 bedroom luxury bungalow with library and anti room
sited on a plot of land
97% completed ( painting and fence)
99% security guaranteed ( civil secured environment)
pop all through
ties all through
spacious parking space
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4 rooms, ante room with toilet, kitchen with store, a room designated as study, all tiles, all POP, well painted, fenced, water running with storex, electricity etc. Approved Survey Document, Receipt and Deed of Assignment will be made available. Price is negotiable as owner is relocating.
Ekiti is a state located in the western part of Nigeria between longitudes 40°51² and 50°451² East of the Greenwich meridian and latitudes 70°151² and 80°51² north of the Equator. It has its capital city as Ado Ekiti.
It was declared a state on 1st October 1996 alongside five others by the military under the dictatorship of General Sani Abacha. The state was carved out of the territory of old Ondo State, covers the former twelve local government areas that made up the Ekiti Zone of old Ondo State.
It lies south of Kwara and Kogi State, East of Osun State and bounded by Ondo State in the East and in the south, with a total land Area of 5887.890sq km. Ekiti State has 16 Local Government Councils.
An important feature of the state is the large number of hills it possesses, which are often the site of towns in which much of the population resides. In fact, the word 'Ekiti' was derived from the local term for hill.
The Ekiti is a sub-group of the yoruba. The local dialect is spoken with slight variations in the different communities, but this does not prevent Ekiti indigenes from understanding each other. Christianity, Islam and traditional religions are all practiced.