Newly built state of the art two bedroom flat. Fully fitted kitchen, sensored lighghing bathrooms with concealed extractor, ACs, generator, intercom, CCTV cameras, electronic gate system, unlimited internet, Gazebo speakers in all the rooms, etc
Located in a serene part of Jahi
Service charge: 350k
Agency/legal fees: 250,000 Naira
A top-notch 3-bedroom flat the rent is going for 2.5 million service charge 200k nice location the service charge covers a uniform security guard water supply lighting of the common area cleaning of the common area waste disposal tenement rate environmental sanitation water supply that is a room boys quarter attached to it
Description: Self contain
Location: Ayim Pius Crescent, Precious Estate beside Prince Ebeano Supermarket, Gaduwa District.
Attraction: Constant Light, Good security both in the compound and in the estate, proximity to road and shopping center, awesome finishing, steady water, friendly neighbors, amidst others.
2 bedroom flat in kubwa fo1. The apartment is almost complete just painting, cabinet and wardrobe left to be fixed. Nxt to a tarrrd road.
caution fee 100k
service charge 100k
legal and agency 150k
Beautifully finished 3bedroom flat in the heart of jabi, it furnished with a.cs heaters, coolers, cooker hood freezer and constant electricity, 1.8million it has a service ccharge. 10percent agency and legal applies
3 bedroom flat in kubwa PW. All rooms ensuit with guest toilet. Wardrobe, pop ceiling, tiles, double windows in rooms, heater, tarred compound and tarred road, next to the main road, generator house, water tank reservoir.
Painting and all renovations needed will be done before moving in after payment
Caution Fee 100k
legal & agent fee: 10%
For available apartments in any part of Kubwa, call me.
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