The average price of block of flats for sale in Asaba, Delta is ₦35,000,000. The most expensive block of flats costs ₦270,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦15,000,000. There are 10 available block of flats for sale in Asaba, Delta, Nigeria. The block of flats have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each block of flats listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Property for sale in Asaba Delta State.
4 Units of 3 Bedroom apartment,
2 Units of 2 Bedroom bungalow with a security house in the same compound available for Sale in a land measuring 100/100.
Location: Eagle Square by Okpanam Road.
Price: 40m negotiable
Title of papers: C of O
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Okpanam Road, Opposite Shoprite,
By InterBau Roundabout,
Asaba, Delta State.
6 flats of 2 bedroom each, all in-suite with standard wardrobe and kitchen cabinet built in a Land of 100x100, fenced round with gate Inter-Locking tiles. N39m situated at at bypass Okpanam , Asaba Delta State. N39m asking price.
The average price of block of flats for sale in Asaba, Delta is ₦35,000,000. The most expensive block of flats costs ₦270,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦15,000,000.
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About Asaba, Delta
Asaba is a City in Delta state, Nigeria. Asaba is a fast growing/developing urban area and it was founded in 1884. The city strategically located on a hill at the western edge of the Niger River, overlooking its sister city, Onitsha, across the Niger Bridge. The city of Asaba was once the colonial capital of the Southern Nigeria Protectorate. Owing to Asaba's influential history and geography, and current strategic political and economic influence in Nigeria, Asaba is generally known as the regional capital of the Anioma area the western section of Igboland. The clamour for creation of Anioma state has been going on for decades.
Asaba is situated on a terrace of the lower Niger River, overlooking the point where the Anambra River flows into it. Beyond the river banks, on the high plains which are far more extensive than the river basins, secondary forest vegetation flourishes. The historic Niger River is a trans-African link beginning from West Africa and down into the Atlantic Ocean. Asaba forms a connector between western, eastern and northern Nigeria through the Niger River from the north and via the Asaba Niger Bridge, an east-west link and a Nigerian landmark