The average price of 2 bedroom flats for sale in Imo is ₦70,000,000. The most expensive flat / apartment costs ₦85,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦55,000,000. There are 21 listings and 1 available 2 bedroom flats for sale in Imo, Nigeria. The flats have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each flat / apartment listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
For sale - 2no. building units comprising block of 4no. 2 bedroom flat with bq in the first unit and block of 2no. 1 bedroom flat in the second unit. all bedrooms are ensuite. the buildings are developed on 1,100sqm of land and situates at naze, owerri, imo state.
price: n160million net
title: deed of conveyance and power of attorney
the buildings features:
- sizeable rooms (ensuite)/dinning/kitchen
- kitchen heat extractor
- water heaters
- ample car packing lots
- just 2 persons in each unit
- security cameras (view from your masters bed)
-privates security houses for all units
for more details and enquiries contact chikwendu & partners on: 08064742...
The average price of 2 bedroom flats for sale in Imo is ₦70,000,000. The most expensive flat / apartment costs ₦85,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦55,000,000.
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About Imo, Nigeria
Imo is a state located in the south east part of Nigeria with its capital city as Owerri. Imo state was created on February 3rd, 1976 out of the former East Central state during General Murtala Mohammed era. It is named after the Imo River which flows from the uplands of the state around Okigwe into the Atlantic ocean.
The state is bound by Anambra State to the North, Rivers State to the South, Akwa Ibom State to the East and to the West by Delta State. It lies within latitudes 4°45²N and 7°15²N, and longitude 6°50²E and 7°25²E.
It is nicknamed "the eastern heartland"
Imo state is part of Igboland and the original inhabitants are lgbos, a culturally homogeneous group. lgbo is the language spoken throughout the state with different dialects spoken in different parts.
Some other major towns in Imo state are Okigwe, Oguta, Orlu, Mbaise, Uzoagba and Emekuku. The state is rich in crude oil, natural gas and fertile, arable agricultural land.