Located Right Inside Vip Estate Directly Behind Nnpc Cooperative Estate, Gaduwa, Abuja
Italian fabricated 4 bedroom fully detached duplex with bq space and gate house of about 95% completion sitting on a 750sqm located at *GADUWA* in an estate around NNPC Cooperative estate still very much available for sale. The estate is a new estate and someone is already living there while other estate around are all occupied making it liveable
Price is *60m* slightly negotiable.
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: distress awoof sale! this is an investment opportunity, to own 4 units of terrace duplexes for the price of one singular unit in the main metropolis.
Available are 4 units of 4 bedroom terrace duplexes in gaduwa district, opposite gaat intl school gate *awoof price * 70m now
Remark: the interior of the house is very neat, as it has never been used since date of completion, although the exterior will require some repainting due to wear and tear from over time.
There is no paved access or standard infrastructure in the axis for now, but it is located just about 5-7 minutes drive to apo, gudu junction, lokogoma, and other tarred access roads. It is our sincere observation, that adequate infrastructure will get to this site soon and like most real estate investments, one lucky/smart person will be smiling to the bank soon when this place becomes a prime location.
There is human presence in the area, completed and uncompleted houses as well.
Modernly built duplex with a boys quarters. All rooms ensuite with a guest toilet, 2 sitting rooms, pop ceiling, bathtubs bathrooms, CCTV cameras, modern wardrobes, water heaters, dining section, spacious kitchen with store, It's located within a mini luxury estate that have a playground for adults and children, general generator. The estate is less than 15mins drive to the Central Area.
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