Iddu Uruan, Near University Of Uyo Permanent Site, Uyo, Akwa Ibom
Quality affordable homes, in Palm City Estate, a serviced estate, Good for residence or investment. The house has 3 bedrooms all self contained, parlor and dining. The property is built to be affordable with good quality finishes and easy to maintain long term. At just under 500 square meters, the plot is also large enough for buyer to put in another building later.
Property is near to several land marks such as the University of Uyo permanent site, the popular 5 star Ibom hotels and golf resort, Coscharis motors and other land marks.
Another unique feature is that Palm City Estate is right beside the new government sponsored 1,000 unit estate. This means the value of the land will continue to grow as is typical of such estates just like was the case with Shelter Afrique and Ewet Housing Estate before it. Uyo has boomed over the last decade and continues to. Jumia rates Uyo as the number one city in the South South. A great place to live or own investment property.
Uyo is the state capital of Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. Uyo is bound by Abak, Itu, Uruan, Ibesikpo Asutan and Etinan Local Government Areas. The town became the capital of the state on September 23, 1987 following the creation of Akwa Ibom State from erstwhile Cross River State. The University of Uyo is located in this town. The city boasts recreational areas such as the Ibom Connection popularly known as, "Ibom Plaza" and the prestigious Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort. The Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Center. Uyo also has a green recreational park known as "Love Garden".
Uyo is home to the University of Uyo, formerly known as the University of Cross River State. Its name was changed in 1991, when the government of Nigeria established it as a federal university. This school has various campuses in Uyo such as; Town Campus and Annex Campus in Ikpa Road, Permanent Site/Main Campus in Nwanibia Road, UYTH/Medical Campus at Abak Road and Ime Umana Campus at Ediene-Abak. Uyo also houses various secondary schools which are both public and privately owned.