There are 7 listings and 1 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Awgu, Enugu, 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.
*treasure park estate*
treasure park estate is an estate with everything in one place -- nature, comfort, recreation, and a clear vision to create a fulfilling life experience for all.
located in enugu, the capital city of enugu, this new gated estate is ideally suited for people who love to live in a quiet, peaceful and natural environment, with a blend of luxury.
whatever your lifestyle, you can experience comfortable living in an affordable, beautifully designed estate.
treasure park estate shares proximity with akanu ibiam airport, caritas university, nnpc depot, and the government house.
by nnpc depot, nkubor nike, enugu
600sqm - ₦4,200,000
500sqm -- ₦3,500,000
450sqm -- ₦3,150,000
300sqm -- ₦2,100,000
impeccable road network
24-hour security and so much more!
your heart is where your treasure is; let your heart be at treasure park estate.....
Agwu, being a capital town or headquarters of Agwu Local Government Area (LGA) is a town located in Enugu state, Nigeria. The town is also the Orientation Training Centre for National Youth Service corps members posted to Enugu State. Awgu is marked by extensive hills especially in the western flank and lowland in the eastern side.
The major economic activity for majority of the population is subsistence farming and crops such as cassava, yam, cocoyam, vegetables, maize, etc. are grown. Bush fallowing, mixed cropping and shifting cultivation are some of their farming practices. Livestock rearing is also common among some of the people. Palm wine extraction and stone quarrying are other economic activities also undertaken in Awgu. The major market in Awgu LGA is the Oye market. Various farm products are traded in the market on wholesale and retail basis every four days. Many of the people take their farm produce to sell in the market in exchange for other commodities they cannot produce.