1= Size = 6200sqm.
Purpose = Commercial.
Location = Mabushi between Banex Bridge and Capital Hub.
Title = C of O.
*Price = 300mn NET*
*The land is the Biggest and Cheapest at that Location.*
*NOTE; there is Economic Trees (Cashew) on the Land but will be taken Care of by the Owner. it is a Flat Land and the only Property that has not been Developed within that Premises.*
*Please It is NOT on the EXPRESS ROAD (3rd Plot from the Road).*
Along Sani Abacha Way, Near Kojo Motors Ltd, Mabuchi, Abuja
8400 SQM Land (Commercial)
*Available For Quick Sale*
2 different plots of Land totaling
Location-Along Sani Abacha way (opp Kojo motors)Mabuchi Abuja.
Title- C of O
NB-*property at a very nice location and is good for commercial purposes with one specifically mapped out for hotel development(infact the hotel mapping out has been concluded, buyer of property may also acquire documents with a little pay if he/she so wishes)*
For more enquiries Call/ PC :+2347039109168
This land title is commercial not-specified. Meaning, you can build any commercial building on it. Its has a c of o.
The pricing is way below the market value of a 3,600sqm in town, you can crosscheck.
The location is perfect. Second plot from Mabuchi express road. All roads tarred. Your commercial business will thrive there.
Sector Center A Along Abc Cargo Road:well Located Fenced Very Flat Land,commercial Land Use On A Tarred Road Measuring 7,715.23sqmter C Of O Directly On That Abc Cargo Road By Mabuchi Ultra Modern Market.going For 500million, Mabuchi, Abuja
:SECTOR CENTER A ALONG ABC CARGO ROAD:Well located fenced very flat land,commercial land use on a tarred road measuring 7,715.23sqmter C of O directly on that ABC Cargo road by mabuchi ultra modern market.Going for 500million emekmd
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