There are 14 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Niger, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A tastefully finished Royal Hotel/Guest Inn of 22 smart rooms (Each room fitted with Television, Decorder and automated Music) Restaurant, Kitchen fitted with modern utensils such as Mini Oven, Filtered drinkable water direct from the tap, Conference Hall, Gym, Swimming Pool, Lawn Tennis court, 3 functioning standby power Generators with internal automatic switches, Laundry house, Bush Bar and Land for future development at Government Reserve Area Minna, Niger State. Title: C of O. Asking Price: #700M. Can Mandels Properties on 08062881764
91a Karfin Tella, Off Top Medical Rd, Tunga, Minna, Niger
This is a 4nos almost completed 1bedroom mini flat on a plot of land in a choicest fast developing area of Minna town.It is just overseeing the Eastern Bye-pass dual-carriage expressway and close to Babangida Aliyu Housing Estate
Minna -bida Road, Adjacent Talba Housing Estate, Minna, Niger
The land is covered by Niger State Certificate of Occupancy and the filling station has other documents like ; Fire Service Report, DPR licence and approval, Police Report and Calibration Test Report. It is functional.
This is an amazing area for investment as there is a polytechnic in the area. In the compound I have 8 units of self contain that have been completed, while 8 units are at lintel level.
The property can be used for hotel, hostel or any business as desired.Sure deal I believe. Don't miss out on this. It's your call.
Niger state is a north-western state in Nigeria. Its capital is Minna. The state was createdÂ on 3rd February, 1976 by the regime of General Murtala Mohammed. Major cities in the state include: Bida, Kontagora, and Suleja. The indigenous tribes in Niger state areÂ Nupe, Gbagyi, Kamuku, Kambari, Dukawa and Koro.
The state has a small majority of Muslims. The state is named for the River Niger. Two of Nigeria's major hydroelectric power stations are located in Niger State: the Kainji dam and the Shiroro dam. Kainji National Park is also situated in Niger State. It contains the lake formed by the Kainji dam. It is the largest National Park of Nigeria, but a lot of the wildlife disappeared.