In a well planned estate around Onitsha rd. Very serene environment. Strictly residential and very quiet. A bargain buy for real estate investment.More details
River side estate is our newest acquisition. It is located at owerri , hilltop layout, ellen sirleaf johnson road opp. Dss head office behind federal medical centre, owerri. The project is covered with a global c of o and it is t is fenced and gated estate just by the express roadRiverside estate is a dry land with a fine topography in a serene environment Its a buy and build estateHere are the following information on the above Plot size- 5oosqmPrice: N8. 5million nairaProposed infrastructures Earth road network Good drainage system Gate house External perimeter fence Security Professional landscape Address: hill top layout, elllen sirleaf johnson road, opposite dss head Office, behind federal medical centre, owerriProposed services 24hour backup electricity Portable water supplyEnquiries and inspections/purchase call Worldmarks Properties Ltd. For More Properties +2348069017662 +2348173128081 [email protected]://www.Worldmarksproperties.com.ng/blog https://www.Worldmarksproperties.com.ngMore details
Owerri is the capital city of Imo state, Nigeria. It is regarded the heart of igboland, thus, the eastern heartland. Owerri has 3 Local Government Areas, they are: Owerri Municipal, Owerri North and Owerri West. It was estimated to be populated with about 401,873 people in 2006 and is approximately 100 square kilometres (40 sq mi) in area. Owerri is surrounded by Otamiri River to the east and Nworie River to the south. Christianity is the dominant religion in Owerri.
The Owerri Slogan is "Heartland". It is currently referred to as the entertainment capital of Nigeria because of its high density of spacious hotels, high street casinos, production studios and high quality centres of relaxation. It is the home to an annual beauty pageant called "Miss Heartland". Owerri has a major Nigerian football club: Heartland F.C. It was known previously as Inwanyawu Nationale, but the team retained its nickname: The Na'azi Millionaires.