The average price of mixed-use land for sale in Ngor Okpala, Imo is ₦2,000,000 per plot. The most expensive mixed-use land costs ₦15,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦1,400,000 per plot. There are 3 available mixed-use land for sale in Ngor Okpala, Imo, 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.
Directly Opposite Zion Ministry Permanent Site, Ngor Okpala, Imo
max-zion estate phase 1
location ::: opposite zion ministry permanent site, ngo-okpala owerri imo state.
title : registered survey and deed of assignment
directly opposite zion ministry permanent site ngo-okpala owerri imo state
1 minute drive to paschal dozie farm land
2 minutes drive to emeka ihedioha farm land
10 mins drive to ngo-okpala lga head quarter
15 minutes drive to sam mbakwe airport junction.
well laid out plots with beautiful landscape
secured environment with private security
central water distribution
own transformer with street lights
(land size 464sqm)
for inspection and enquiries call or whatsapp 07059446...
Crestwood Manor Located 10min Drive From Obike Market Square, Ngor Okpala, Imo
Another opportunity has come for you to invest in a secured and affordable property.
crestwood manor is a property that is located in a fantastic location that is suitable for both residential and commercial.
features of the property;
good drainage system
good access road
obike market square;
directly opposite tony chukwu factory;
sam mbakwe cargo airport;
air force quarters estate;
zion ministry; etc.
documents: survey and deed of assignment
take an active step and become a land owner in this estate with an amazing landscape. securing perfect location for your dream home is just a call away. contact us now for more enquiri...
Beside Zion Ministry Proposed Site, Ngor Okpala, Imo
*sizzling hot right now in the hospitality centre of nigeria owerri imo state*
*ugo abata estate, owerri*
aka *(the millennium estate)*
at *ugo abata estate*, we pride ourselves on providing quality services, ensuring that our esteemed clients receive the best support and customer care. our team of experts is available to guide you throughout the entire process, from choosing your plot to building your dream home.
investing in a plot of land in *ugo abata estate* is a smart financial move that guarantees a lifetime of comfort and luxury. with flexible payment options and affordable prices, you can be sure of making the right decision.
*this estate is seated right beside the proposed zion ministry permanent site and within a liveable environment with buildings and development all springing up in the neighborhood*
don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a piece of prime real estate in the heart of imo state. book a site visit today and experience the best of modern and comfortable living.
for inspection and enquiries call or whatsapp 08131315...
The average price of mixed-use land for sale in Ngor Okpala, Imo is ₦2,000,000 per plot. The most expensive mixed-use land costs ₦15,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦1,400,000 per plot.
About Ngor Okpala, Imo
Ngor Okpala is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Imo state, Nigeria. Its capital/headquarters is located in Umuneke Ngor. Ngor Okpala is a notable place in Imo state because of its location/position; the LGA connects Abia and Rivers states of Nigeria. Ngor Okpala is the largest local government area in Imo state and one of the largest in Nigeria. This area is generally inhabited by the Igbo ethnic group.
There are so many Communities in Ngor Okpala. They include: Ntu, Alulu, Amala, Orburu, Obokwe, Eziama, Okpala, Ohekelem, Ihite, Obike, Elelem, Umuohiagu, Umuhu, Imerienwe, Nguru-Umuaro, Orishi-eze, Obiangwu, Obioma and many others. Imo airport is situated in Ngor Okpala. Ngor Okpala is one of the fastest developing local governments in Imo State. This area is blessed with natural and mineral resources which have not been tapped. The natives also term themselves as people of owerri (nde owere).