There are 75 listings and 8 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Cultural Zones, Abuja, 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.
Furnished & serviced 3 bedroom apartment with boys quarters (just move in with your bag)
-all en-suite rooms
-4units of television set.
-6units of air conditioning system.
-ample parking space
price: n58,000,000 mill...
Utako, Mabushi- Kado Expressway, Cultural Zones, Abuja
modern eleven (11) floors plaza/office complex for sale in abuja, nigeria
this plaza is the one of the most modern office complex for sale in nigeria.
this 11 floor plaza is located at utako, along the popular mabushi- kado expressway, abuja.
the first three floor basements are parking spaces.
each contains 117 cars, the three have 351 carrying capacity besides external parking spaces.
there are 4 generators (3 big ones & a small one).
other features are:
1. 4 strong chillers.
2. 1 cargo/service lifts & 6 other lifts.
3. cctv cameras.
4. latest led lighting.
5. glass interior and exterior finish.
6. external marble finish etc.
title: certificate of occupancy
price: $70m asking (seventy million dollars only) or its naira equivalent
for physical viewing and more information, please contact realty in-and-out consult on:
Queen's Garden Annex Ii Centenary City., Cultural Zones, Abuja
Queen's garden, annex ii, centenary city, abuja
centenary city abuja, a smart, inter-connected urban centre that draws on the latest technologies.
it will have a central business district, a financial centre, a museum & cultural centre to promote african and global arts, world-class hotels, business and technology parks and residential districts.
it marks abuja's leap into the future as a high-value, knowledge-based community.
it will also boast of an 18-hole golf course, and industry centres, sports and leisure facilities and community amenities.
'front range city' is a few minutes from the nnamdi azikwe international airport while it is 30 minutes drive from the city centre.
location: centenary city, abuja.
title : government allocation /c of o
plot sizes : (300 sqms & 500 sqms)
outright payment (0-3months)
500 sqms- #5m
300sqm - #3m
instalment payment plan :
500sqms - #5.5m (6months)
initial deposit- 500k
300sqms - #3.5m (6months)
initial deposit: 500k
- perimeter fencing.
- estate gate house.
- motorable and acessible road.
don't wait to buy land, but buy land and wait!!!
for enquiries/ site visits:
*estate for sale at dakibiyu*: abuja
the estate is strategically located at:
plot number 1133, cadastral zone b10, dakibiyu. abuja
residential private housing estate (medium density).
size of land : *1. 36 hectare.*
*fcda c of o.*
√ residential components:
the estate features residential houses of *88 units of flats* ranging from:
* 1 bedroom : 16 units
* 2 bedroom : 24 units
* 3 bedroom : 48 units
√ commercial components:
the estate includes a shopping mall complex, comprising a total of 10 units of office spaces, ranging from:
* office/shop space - 8 units.
* warehouse space - 2 units.
√ special development components:
* dedicated transformers.
* street lights within the estate.
* tarred road, paved driveways and walkways within the estate.
* car park spaces per building.
* functionality of space luxury.
* central borehole system.
* drainage system.
* serene environment.
price : 2.5b. 5% agency commission paya...
A luxury brand new estate consists of :
60 unit of 3br flats
56 units of 3br terraces apartments
24 units of 5br fully detached duplexes
25 units of 4br semidetached duplexes
making it total of 165 units of apartment all is ensuite with bq, fully fitted kitchen cabinet,all with italian marble tiles, water treatment plant, recreation center on 8.5 hectares (11 acre) @ katampe main, abuja
title:-c of o
price:+#15b. 5% agency commission payable. for further information call:- jupiter source solutions ltd, 080236360...
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. It is located in the centre of Nigeria, within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Abuja is a planned city, and was built mainly in the 1980s. It officially became Nigeria's capital on 12 December 1991, replacing Lagos, which is still the country's most populous city. At the 2006 census, the city of Abuja had a population of 776,298, making it one of the top ten most populous cities in Nigeria. The unofficial metropolitan area of Abuja is well over three million, which would make it the fourth largest urban area in Nigeria only surpassed by Lagos, Kano and Ibadan.