VERY DISTRESSED Sale of a FUNCTIONAL Petrol Station at OWO JUNCTION,OWO,ONDOA functional Petrol Station situated at Owo-Ikare Road after OWO junction in Owo Local Government, Ondo State is up for very distressed sale.Location: Owo-Ikare Road after OWO junction in Owo Local Government, Ondo StateLand Size: 1470sqmTank Size: Underground Tank is 45000ltrs for PMS,DPK is 15000 and AGO is 33000Pumps: 5 pumps Island and 3 pumps MachineCanopy: Available, Neat and very bigOffice: 2 unitsMinimart: Available and standardBay: well structured and servicedToilets: 2 unitsWater: Treated water systemGenerator: 2 standby Generators + Well built Generator houseAll documents and license from State,DPR and Court are available for serious buyersPRICE: 45M Asking-----FORMER PRICE WAS 78MBOOK FOR YOUR INSPECTION NOWLANDS and HOUSES are also available on request in any part of NIGERIA for SALfEFor further info and clarity and other EXCEPTIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICES(buying and selling of properties), contact DUPSON PROPERTIES on: Dupson Properties....taking you homeMore details
1. VEGETABLE OIL REFINERY FOR SALE AT ONDO STATE:A factory located a Light Industrial Layout, Benin/Owo Expressway, Owo, Ondo Stat + Various warehouses, fish pond, vegetable oil refinery, slaughter house, etc. Land Area: 5.916 Hectares. CofO. N1.25bn. Agency fees:5% on purchase price. For physical inspection serious buyer should contact Mr Osisanya Kolawole of jilkson investments Ltd.More details
For-sale. 160 hectares of land with yielding variety of palm trees at arowona via ilale owo town. Ondo State. C of o. Yielding 440, 000 litres of palm-oil. We planted 1996& 2001. Asking price 170 million nairaMore details
Owo is a city and a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ondo state, Nigeria. Owo LGA is situated in south-western Nigeria, at the southern edge of the Yoruba Hills, and at the intersection of roads from Akure, Kabba, Benin City, and Siluko. Owo is situated halfway between the towns of Ile Ife and Benin City. The present-day city is an agricultural center involved in the growing and trade of yams, cassava, maize, okra, peppers, cocoa, and cotton.
There are however other meaningful commercial activities in the town including but not limited to, timber and saw-milling, Soya beans processing plant and block-making industries. The town is dotted with branches of some of the foremost banks like, First Bank Plc, Wema Bank Plc, Skye Bank Plc, Enterprise Bank Ltd. (former Omega Bank Plc) etc. The city is now witnessing a dramatic change due to expansion of its road network, particularly dualization of the main road beginning from Emure junction up to Iyere exit. A new Ultra-modern market is now open in Owo.