There are 25 listings and 4 available 4 bedroom houses short let in Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Lane 6 House 8, Oluremi Koya Avenue, Aare Junction, Oluyole Estate, Ibadan, Oyo
The epicenter of luxury and convenience, modern and glamorous interior. serene environment with top class security, and 24/7 power supply. full air-condition all round the house and fully furnished kitchen for entertainmen...
Fully furnished, exquisitely finished and serviced 4-bedroom duplex with constant power supply, all rooms en-suite, ceramic tiles, pop ceiling, fitted wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, aluminium windows, security doors, running water, ample parking, 24-hour security, cctv surveilance, fenced and gated premise with tarred road access. waiting room, dining area, settees, jacuzzi, shower cubicle, plasma tvs, air conditioners, good furniture beds, cookers, etc.
illustrations and details given online can never be a substitute for physical inspections and office transactions, which is why we advise that prospective clients visit our corporate office @ oluyole estate in ibadan to erase all forms of apprehensiveness, skepticism, mistrust and phobia owing to the rampancy of sharp practices perpetrated by road-side estate agents. with on-field practice experience spanning over a decade, you can always rely on our professionalism, transparency, prompt delivery and impeccable services. our scope of services covers real estate brokerage and investment analysis, planning/design, construction project management, landscaping and procurement. thanks and god bless. - oluwadamailare oladayo (m.sc., mnitp, r...
Ibadan is the capital city of Oyo state, in south-western part of Nigeria. It is the most populous city in the state with a population of 3 million. It is the third most populous city in Nigeria, after Lagos and Kano; Ibadan has the largest geographical area in Nigeria. The city was the largest and most populous city in the country at Nigerian Independence, and the third in Africa after Cairo and Johannesburg.
Islam is the dominant religion in Ibadan with the overwhelming majority of the core Ibadan City Center inhabitants being Muslims. Christianity is the 2nd most popular religion in the city. Ibandan dwellers engage in marketing ofÂ cassava, cocoa, cotton, timber, rubber, and palm oil. The city embodies several industries such as Agro allied, Textile, Food processing, Health Care and Cosmetic, Tobacco processing and Cigarette manufacturing, Leather-works and furniture making Etc.