Along Igbo-etche Road, After The Police Checkpoint By Kaana Filling Station, Opposite The Football Field, Etche, Rivers
A table plot of land with a dwarf fence is up for Sale, owned by a private individual at a fast-growing residential environment. This land is a buy and build land with no erosion issues and in a secured area
2.1 Plots of land available for sale in a great location @ Livingstone Estate, Igbo-Etche, Port Harcourt, about 5 mins drive from Eleme Junction Fly-over.The estate offers a serene fenced environment with gate and has a valid Rivers State C of O. It is located close to Trinity Place estate, Prime estate, and Palm View estate.Early viewing of this prime property is advised.
Living Stone Estate, By Christ International School, Igbo -etche Road, Etche, Rivers
The parcel of is situated in a well planned Estate, already map out for proper development plan, the property enjoy a living neighborhood, a good school with Borden is already existing, good road network dual carriage way is planned.
Tip: The price can be negotiated to a reasonable figure, its a build and park in environment.
The Property comprises of 2 Blocks containing 8 units of 2-Bedroom flat, with a functional borehole and a security house. Each flat has its own separate electricity meter. Property situate on approximately 875 sq metres.
Engaged in Agriculture, Etche is one of the Local Government Areas found in Rivers state, Nigeria. The LGA was named of the Etche people of southern Nigeria. Its headquarters is at Okehi, a child of necessity created out of the then Ikwerre/Etche Local Government Area in the year 1987. They also inhabit Omuma LGA; Etche/Omuma is a National Assembly constituency. Etche consists of a number of communities namely: Akwu/Obuor, Chokocho, Chokota, Egwi, Afara, Mba, Ikwerengwo, Okehi, Ulakwo, Umuakonu, Umuebulu, Umuechem, egbeke Igbodo the ancestral home of Etche.
Igbodo is made up o the following communities: Umuohiaukwu, Umuusharam, Umuoga, Okonocho, Umuine, Umudi, Umunkwa, Umuohie, Amaku, Obibi, Ezeleaka, Umuisi. Etche people are regarded as one of the largest groups in Rivers state. Majorly associated with Agriculture, yam and cassava are the major crops they produce.