There are 6 listings and 1 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ebonyi, Ebonyi, 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.
Oshiegbe Amike Ohaukwu Local Government Flourish City Estate, Ebonyi, Ebonyi
*have you gotten your own share from this estate...?*
*you too deserve the best landed property in the eastern region today*.
*here we are... is an opportunity for you to own a piece of flourish city in the best location suitable for you and your family.*
*comfort, security, and peace of mind is what you get when you subscribe into any flourish city estates.*
🩸3minutes drive to ezzamgbo bridge
🩸facing ring road, abakiliki airport link road
🩸20minutes drive to ebonyi airport
🩸6minutes drive to ebonyi state university permanent site
🩸10minutes drive to federal high court abakiliki
*️ recreational area*
*️ gated and secure*
*️ good road network*
*️ good drainage system*
*️ street light*
*️ portable water*
*️ instant allocation*
*#1,500,000 per plot*
*: deed of assignment and registered survey*
*budget friendly payment plan.*
*the best place to raise a family*
*for more information call * *www.pwanhomes.c...
Ebonyi is a state situated in south-east Nigeria. It is inhabited and populated primarily by Igbo. Its capital and largest city is Abakaliki. Other major towns include: Afikpo, Onueke, Edda, Onicha etc. It is one of the six states created in 1996 by the Abacha government. Ebonyi was created from parts of both Enugu State and Abia State. Ebonyi is called "the salt of the nation" for its huge salt deposit at the Okposi and Uburu Salt Lakes. There are ten primary languages spoken in Ebonyi State: Afikpo, Mgbo, Izzi, Ezaa, Edda, Ikwo, Kukele, Legbo, Mbembe, Okposi, Uburu and Oring. These languages are all subgroups of the Igbo language and are commonly spoken throughout south eastern Nigeria.
Ebonyi is primarily an agricultural region. It is a leading producer of rice, yam, potatoes, maize, beans, and cassava in Nigeria. Ebonyi has several solid mineral resources, including lead, crude oil, and natural gas, but few large-scale commercial mines. The state government has, however, given several incentives to investors in the agro-allied sector to encourage production. The State shares borders with Benue State to the North, Enugu State to the west, Imo and Abia States to the south and Cross River State to the east.