Lovely 3 Bedroom Bungalow with 1 Bq at Ocean Palm Estate
Features: All rooms en-suite, fully fitted kitchen, ample parking space, Boys quarters, Serene and secured environment
Kindly contact Chidi on 08082163583 for more details
MORTGAGE PLANS OF UP TO TEN YEARS ARE AVAILABLE WITH OUR LENDING PARTNER
PS. Get a free move @movesmartng and a 20% discount on cleaning when you buy from us.
Luxury 3bedroom boungalow with Bq for sale at ocean palm estate ajah.
it's a lovely building with qualities
All room en suite with visitors toilet
very bing living room with dining area
weldone kitchen with store and laundry
very secure estate with uniform and police
very clean water
Price : 33M
3 bedroom terraced duplex for sale at ocean palm estate sangotedpo Ajah
Brand new house
â¢ All bedrooms en suit
â¢ Jacuzzi and modern-day bathroom and toilets accessories.
â¢ Word class standards tiles and lovely wardrobes
â¢ Standard security doors
â¢ Visitorâs convenience
â¢ European standard wall socket and lights
â¢ Spacious kitchen and cabinets and Kitchen store
â¢ Italian hand rails in the stair ways and balconies
â¢ Modern day Ceiling pop and Top roof thunder protectors
â¢ Well planed DSTV cable
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