2 Bedroom Terraced Bungalows for Sale in Abeokuta North, Ogun
The average price of 2 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Abeokuta North, Ogun is ₦28,500,000. The most expensive terraced bungalow costs ₦28,500,000 while the cheapest costs ₦28,500,000. There are 2 listings and 1 available 2 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Abeokuta North, Ogun, Nigeria. The terraced bungalows have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each terraced bungalow listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
The suitable destination to live in conformity with the world standard; a shelter of peacefulness set within a beautiful 100% smart eco-friendly environment.
this product is available in two categories which are listed below;
a finished two-bedroom apartment is sold for #28,500,000 (outright payment) while installment requires a #3,000,000 deposit and spread balance within 6-12 months.
a semi-finished two-bedroom apartment is sold for #22,500,000 (outright payment) while installment requires a #3,000,000 deposit and spread balance within 6-12 months.
two-bedroom bungalow in pelican ecostay smart apartments with the following features:
- interlocked roads
- surveillance camera
- a minimum of 18 hours of power supply
- good drainage system
- estate recreational center
- fully armed guards
- purpose-built lounge, club, and bar.
- opportunity to switch to short lets for rental incomes.
- shares border with pelican brief estate
- less than 2km walk to pelican greenish acres
- tourist attractive environment
- opposite pelican modern farm mar...
The average price of 2 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Abeokuta North, Ogun is ₦28,500,000. The most expensive terraced bungalow costs ₦28,500,000 while the cheapest costs ₦28,500,000.
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About Abeokuta North, Ogun
Abeokuta North is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun State, Nigeria. It has its headquarters in Akomoje town. The Local Government first came into existence in 1981, as Abeokuta South Local Government, but was later merged the same year to make up the defunct Abeokuta Local Government. It however re-emerged again on 27th September, 1991 when the Federal Government created some new local governments to meet the demand for Government to be closer to the people at the grassroots.
The dominating tribe is the Yoruba tribe. The major Language spoken is the Yoruba Language with Egba and Owu dialects. People in this area generally engage in farming and agriculture. There are also some who engage in livestock and fish farming. The major food crops of the area include Cassava, Coco-yam, Plantain, Maize and Vegetables, while Palm-produce and Cocoa, form the major cash-crops.