The average price of houses for sale in Okpe, Delta is ₦10,000,000. The most expensive house costs ₦10,000,000 while the cheapest cost ₦10,000,000 . There are 17 available houses for sale in Okpe, Delta, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Newly built 4 bedroom detached bungalow of and self contain boys quarters for visitors. Finished with pop. All rooms ensuite, it has 2 sitting rooms, fenced with gate and 3 poles away from the tared road. Its a beautiful house.
It is a two bedroom bungalow with a very big Palour and a big kitchen, built in a 50*100 plot of land in the center of the town, Oha, in Orerokpe, near warri.
It has a functioning borehole, with a good space for another building.
It is a personal house.
The property info below3 flats of 2 bedroom each, 3 stores, 3 parlors, 6 bedrooms, 4 toilets, 1 car port, 3 dinning, children play ground, flower garden, 93*90 land space, share fence with orerokpe police station, fenced all round ,fully interlock floor.
In addition the rooms are 14*14 and 12*12. And parlours are 15.5*19.5 .rooms, kitchen, dining are all very spacious. And very big veranda at the front and back. House is design in a Royal style.suitable for personal residents, hotel, or high class children school.
Okpe is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Delta state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters located at Orerokpe. It is made up of essentially of lowland - arable forests and vegetation upland with swampy and mangrove forests inland. It shares boundaries with Oghara, Mosogar, Idjerhe, Agbarho, Agbon, Ughievwe and Uvwie communities. The primary occupations include: commercial farming, fishing, hunting, trading and gas exploration.
The Okpe Kingdom is the largest of the twenty-three Urhobo speaking territories and has a territory of about 500 square kilometers. Its people are said to be descendants of four brothers whose ancestor migrated from the Benin Kingdom. Together, the brothers form the four ruling houses namely Orhue, Orhoro, Evbreke and Esezi. Today, the okpe kingdom is divided into Okpe and Sapele Local Governments.