The average price of detached bungalows for sale in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti is ₦25,000,000. The most expensive detached bungalow costs ₦200,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦8,500,000. There are 4 available detached bungalows for sale in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti, Nigeria. The detached bungalows have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each detached bungalow listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
6 units of 2 bedrooms flat and 3 units of 1 bedroom flat newly completed suitable for hotels or service apartments in a secure and beautiful environment, gra off nta station in ado ekiti. close to state secretariat with good access road.
the buildings are just being completed with fittings and other ameniti...
The average price of detached bungalows for sale in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti is ₦25,000,000. The most expensive detached bungalow costs ₦200,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦8,500,000.
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About Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti
Ado-Ekiti is known as the capital city of Ekiti state, Nigeria. The city is located in south west Nigeria. The people of Ado Ekiti are mainly of the Ekiti sub-ethnic group of the Yoruba. Ado-Ekiti City has a State owned University - the University of Ado Ekiti now Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, a privately owned University - the Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, a Polytechnic - the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, two local television and radio stations, - NTA Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State Television (BSES), Radio Ekiti, Progress FM Ado Ekiti.
Tremendous development took place in the cultivation of economic crops, cultivation and collection of forest products such as kolanut (cola acuminata, Obi abata and cola nitida, gbanja) and oil palm produce, commerce and trade. Much of the impetus of all these came initially from Mr. Isaac Itamuboni (later Babamuboni) and a number of early Christians from Lagos, Abeokuta and Ibadan. These men introduced the cultivation of cocoa, maize, brown cocoyam etc to Ekiti. Wage earning labourers from parts of Ekiti who went to work in Ondo, Ijebu and Ife boosted the cultivation of these economic trees.