A 4 bedroom detached bungalow (PVC ceiling / bq occupied) in Macido Royale Estate- Galadimawa. The property is very spacious and newly vacant (would require some renovation to be done by landlord). It is located 5minutes off the tarred road from galadimawa roundabout, but estate is tarred. Price is N1.2m p.a net
The property is decent and newly vacant so would require a bit of renovation by the landlord. It also has an attached bq occupied by a tenant (single and quiet individual). The price of N1.6m is the very net pls.
By Julius Berger Clinic, Life Camp, Gwarinpa, Abuja
Tastefully finished 4 bedroom detached bungalow with 1 bedroom guest chalet for rent in Lifecamp by Julius Berger Clinic.
The property situates within a serene and decent area of lifecamp with pure residential precinct.
The house comes with large sitting and dining area, kitchen with store and 4bedrooms all ensuite with toilet/bathroom.
The guest chalet comes with sitting room, a room ensuite with toilet/bathroom.
Luxury and tastefully serviced 4 bedroom bungalow with a Bq attached, 6 units in the building, all en suite, pop finishing, spacious rooms and parlor, big kitchen and store, exquisitely designed wardrobe and bathtubs, good parking space, now letting at Maitama, #7m for 1 year.
FOR RENT:Asokoro by haile selassie street, well finished and sharp 4 bedroom bungalow with 2 sitting rooms and 1 room and a parlour guest chalet on its own compound going for 5million per annum.Pictures available on request.
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