There are 10 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Benue, 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.
Opposite Vaatia College, Off International Market Road, Makurdi, Benue
Luxurious Uncompleted 5 Bedroom duplex with urban housing plan for a luxurious living in the heart of Makurdi, Benue State.
1. 2 large sitting rooms
2. 5 large bedrooms, all ensuit
9. fenced with gate
10. section for garden and pool
11. section for poultry
12. 2 large Geepee tanks installed.
Yagba Area, Along Makurdi Express Road, Makurdi, Benue
This viable Land is located in a Serene Environment with very good Access as it is located along Makurdi / Lafia Express way, Yagba area. This more than half a hectare of land can be used either for school, hotel or even a filling station. The vast land is located in a strategic place hence, it will be suitable for any business or even for residential purposes. Most importantly, the Title is a C of O.
DIRECT BRIEF - NO AGENTS
Exquisite 17 Apartments tastefully furnished. Hampton Mews Luxury Apart-Hotel is located in a serene New GRA, Makurdi. It has space and approval for erecting more structures and it is a profitable venture earning a current N40m per annum return on investment with potential to earn more. Apartments can also be easily converted into flats for rent.
Facilities and Services
Gate house and manager's quarters
Bar & Lounge area
Breakfast in the room
Designated smoking area
Shared lounge/TV area
VIP room facilities
WiFi available in all areas
Benué is a state in the mideast region of Nigeria with a population of about 2.8 million in 1991. Idoma and Tiv, are spoken predominantly. There are other ethnic groups, including Igede, Etulo and Abakwa. With its capital at Makurdi, Benué is a rich agricultural region; some of the crops grown there are potatoes, cassava, soya bean, guinea corn, flax, yams and beniseed.
Benué State is named after the Benué River and was formed from the former Benue-Plateau State in 1976, along with Igala and some part of Kwara State. In 1991 some areas of Benué state (mostly igala area), along with areas in Kwara state, were carved out to become part of the new Kogi State. Traces of Igbo people and tribes are found in the boundary areas of Ebonyi state and Enugu state in local government areas like the Obi, Oju etc.