The average price of mini flats for rent in Katampe, Abuja is ₦1,840,000 per year. The most expensive mini flat costs ₦8,500,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦450,000 per year. There are 10 available mini flats for rent in Katampe, Abuja, Nigeria. The mini flats have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each mini flat listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Top notch one bedroom flat the rent is going for 1 million service charge 200k the service cover the standby generator cleaning of a common room air conditioners security water bills waste disposal lighting of the common areas gardener's Etc
There's a bit on Todd Road
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
Close To Winners Chapel Jahi, Katampe (Main), Katampe, Abuja
2bedroom service apartment at katampe main, close to living faith church jahi.
Features: CCTV camera, A/C, wardrobe, water heater, gas cooker...
Main rent 1.3M, service charge 300k, refundable caution deposit 200k, agency 130k.
Consultation fee 2k
Brand new diplomatic serviced 1 bedroom flat, pop finishing, spacious bedroom n living room, nicely finished kitchen with store, massive compound space, lush green areas, now letting at katampe extension #Rent #1.6m,service charge #600,000 & caution deposits #300,000.. Total #2.5M..
This is a brand new apartment. It has a very large living room with a dining area, large bedrooms all en suite and fitted with wardrobes, bathrooms fitted with showers and water heaters, a kitchen fitted with cabinets, a water heater and having a store, and a guest toilet. It's POP finished, fitted with ceramic floor tiles and the compound is interlocked
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