The average price of mixed-use land for sale in Akpabuyo, Cross River is ₦4,000,000 per hectare. The most expensive mixed-use land costs ₦4,000,000 per hectare while the cheapest costs ₦4,000,000 per hectare. There are 13 listings and 2 available mixed-use land for sale in Akpabuyo, Cross River, Nigeria. The mixed-use land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each mixed-use land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A large hectare of land over 10,000 situate at akpabuyo, cross river state with close proximity to unicem cement company. about 25 minutes drive to calabar. this land can be used for an estate, church, school, farm, tank, trucks park.
its just by the major road which leads to unicem company.
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The average price of mixed-use land for sale in Akpabuyo, Cross River is ₦4,000,000 per hectare. The most expensive mixed-use land costs ₦4,000,000 per hectare while the cheapest costs ₦4,000,000 per hectare.
About Akpabuyo, Cross River
Akpabuyo is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Cross River state, Nigeria. Akpabuyo became autonomous on Tuesday 27th August 1991, following its creation from the former Odukpani Local Government Area. It became the 14th and 589th Local Government Area in Cross River State and Nigeria respectively. Akpabuyo has a population of 360,000 people and is located in the Southern Senatorial District with headquarters at Ikot Nakanda.
The major ethnic groups are the Efiks, Quas and Efuts. The major languages spoken are Efik and English, while all the major ethnic groups share a common cultural and ancestral heritage. The people of Akpabuyo Local Government Area are predominantly farmers and fishermen. Akpabuyo is a major producer of cassava, coco yam, kola nut, coconut, palm produce as well as sea foods. The land is rich in mineral deposits such as petroleum deposits, gold, limestone, sand and slat deposits to mention a few. All these are available in commercial quantities for prospective explorers.