A standard completed 3 bedroom bungalow, with ample space to build bq, enough parking space, pop rooms, spacious rooms, in a developed neighborhood, serene environment, contact light and security, etc.Contacts should only be made when you are ready for this wonderful opportunity.
Sow Residences, Orozo District By Cajaar Estate, Cbn Estate, Orozo, Abuja
SOW RESIDENCES OROZO ABUJA
… Is a Magnificent piece of real estate that satisfies the need for a luxurious home at affordable rates located at one of the best laid out areas of Orozo. This estate has in it our beautifully designed two (2) Bedroom Bungalow and well-tailored 3 Bedroom BungalowBedroom Bungalow – plot size (400sqm)
3d Front Elevation / Side Elevation
3d Floor Plan
Entrance Foyer 3.29
Living Area 27.5sqm
Master Bedroom 22.53sqm
Bedroom 2 14.5sqm
Bedroom 3 16.2sqmProperty facilities
Asphalt Finished Road
Industry Borehole/water supply
Security PostLandmarks are: Post Service Housing Scheme Kurudu ,New CBN Estate , New Fidelity Bank Estate, Customary Court ,Yoyola Jesuit Schools , Cajaar Estate.
Fully finished 4 Bedroom Detach Duplex with 2 parlor and a security guard house, standing on a land area of approximately 1200sqm with space for BQ at Orozo Housing Estate, Orozo
PRICE: N20 million (negotiable)
CONTACT: 08034458076 ; 09098624156
Orozo Housing Estate, Just After The Police Post Housing Estate, Kurudu, Orozo, Abuja
A new 4 Bedroom detached Duplex on distressed sale with bq space. Selling now @N20mLocation: Orozo Housing Estate.
Orozo is on the karu - Jikwoyo - Kurudu axis, just after the Police post housing estate, kurudu. There is also a new road connecting Orozo from Apo mechanic still under construction that will serve as an alternative to the Karu route. Estate is just about 10 minutes drive to the express.
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