There are 260 listings and 13 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Uvwie, Delta, 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.
Along Pti Expressway, Near Effurun Roundabout, Effurun, Uvwie, Delta
A warehouse for sale situate along pti expressway near effurun roundabout, measuring over 800 square meters on a land measuring about 2000 square meters with documents to backup.
selling price is two hundred and eighty million naira (n280,000,000.00) on...
Jeddo-ekpan Road Near Warri Refinery, Uvwie, Delta
Three plots of land measuring about (100x1000 ft) 1319. 58 sq. meters situate at along jeddo-ekpan road near warri refinery and petrochemical company selling for n33 million negotiable.
Porters city is an estate located in oha town, okpe local government in warri and its a ready to build land
development is currently going on.
* it has a 12 months payment plan.
* its neighborhood are;
*osubi airport, pti school
* pti conference centre
* golden tulip hotel, fupre,
* delta mall( shoprite)
* dsc round about
* army barracks.
* good security with automated access gate.
* police station inside the estate
* club house and hospitality centre
* reliable water and power supply
* good road network and drainage system
* provisions for kiddies p...
Uvwie is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Delta state, Nigeria. Uvwie has its headquarters located in Effurun. Uvwie Local Government Area was carved out of the then Okpe LGA along with Udu LGA on the 4th of December, 1996. The indigenous inhabitants are the Uvwie people, organised into four quarters. Each quarter is headed by a traditional administrator known as the Umuevworo and at the pinnacle of the traditional administration of the people is the paramount ruler, the Ovie. The LGA is urban with an estimated population of 172,395 going by the 1991 population census spread across Effurun, Ekpan, Ugberikoko, Ugboroke, Ugbomro, Uredjo (Enerhen) and others.