LOCATION This Unique Development Is By TOP-NOTCH REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS (TRED) Nigeria's Foremost Real Estate Development Company That Put's Attention To Detail Like No Other. The Estate Is strategically located at Dakibiyu Opposite Mbora-Citec And directly behind Kings Court Estate, Abuja. It is a 5-8 minute drive to Wuse II/Maitama, 12 minutes to the American Embassy, 15 minutes to CBD and 25 minutes to The Abuja Airport.PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND STATUS It Consists of 42 Units and is a Beautiful Blend of Architectural and Functional/Practical spaces designed to create an Ambience of Comfort, Safety And Class In An Environment for Quality living. They Would Be Fully Serviced 4 Bedroom Terrace Apartments (living Room, Dining, Walk In Closet, Box Room etc) plus Bq. The Project Would Be Completed Within 18-24 Months and Would Be Fully equipped with All The Modern facilities.We have cleared 100%. Our Priority Areas Are- 1) Private Access Road Graded, Setting Out of Buildings Underway And Infrastructure Layout Is of Utmost Importance. Take Advantage Now By Choosing A Block of 4 Or 5 With Family, Friends Or Colleagues.The Estate is in the midst of already existing estates and private houses. The location is very serene with privacy from noise pollution assured. There are Tremendous Developments Within the axis with a good Road/Rail Network. The Area Assures Enhanced Capital appreciation on investment in no time Due To It's Proximity To Jabi, Gwarimpa, Utako, Mbora, Karmo, Wuye, Wuse II, Maitama, Lokogoma, Airport Road And The Central Business District.NOTE* The Private Access Road To The Estate Is Under Construction With A Bridge Over The Stream Almost Completed.3D YouTube Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V38MwEPCE-g&feature=youtu.bePRICE: #40m Outright!!! #50m Deposit 30% = #15m (If Bullet Or Structured Payments) #60m (Upon Completion)PROJECT COMPLETION: 18 - 24 MonthsESTATE FACILITIES Paved Internal Roads Estate Swimming Pool Estate Lounge & Gym Estate Recreation Center Basket Ball/Tennis Court Perimeter Fencing (Done) Perimeter lights Drainage 24Hrs Electricity + Back-Up (500KVA Generator) Private Parking Spaces Cleaning/Waste Management 24 Hours Security Automatic Estate Roll Back Gates Water Treatment Plant Cleaning of Common Areas Nature Inspired Green Areas/Landscaping CCTV InfraredPlease Call Any Of Our Lines For Site Inspection.More details
88 flats, and 10 offices with their own toilets 48 units of 3 bedroom flats in 6 building blocks. 8 flats per block 24 units of 2 bedroom flats in 3 building blocks. 8 flats per block. 16 units of 1 bedroom flats in one block that has two wings. Total 88 flat Then office in one building block for commercial use 2 security gate house that opposite ends of the estate Two 500KVA transformers installed and working 33kva line not 11kva Overhead tank and reservoir tank to serve the entire estate 2 boreholes, and water treatment plant Tarred ring road inside estate Interlocking stone car parks 22 street light each 6m tallMore details
Brand new world class 4 bedroom semi detached house with bq well finish fitted with cct camera electric fence a good parking space special stitching all led light nice p o p at the house is going for 60 millionMore details
2 bedroom semidetached bungalow kingscourt estate dakibiyu. Opposite citec. N14m. Rent of the current tenant expires next week. She pays N750k a month. Buy this at N14m and immediately get back the rent. The seller is pressed and dropped the price from N18m.More details
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. It is located in the centre of Nigeria, within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Abuja is a planned city, and was built mainly in the 1980s. It officially became Nigeria's capital on 12 December 1991, replacing Lagos, which is still the country's most populous city. At the 2006 census, the city of Abuja had a population of 776,298, making it one of the top ten most populous cities in Nigeria. The unofficial metropolitan area of Abuja is well over three million, which would make it the fourth largest urban area in Nigeria only surpassed by Lagos, Kano and Ibadan.