Mixed-use Land for Sale in Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun
There are 82 listings and 5 available mixed-use land for sale in Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun, 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.
Large fish farm operational at agbara, ogun state for sale.
the farmland is 16 plots (9734 square meters) and still operational. there are 13 earthen ponds of 4000-4500 fish capacity, 1 big earthen pond of 10,000 fish capacity, 18 tarpaulin ponds of various sizes, 5 boreholes with sufficient water, a gate house with 4 beds, toilet, office, store room, lights, solar lights, cameras, solar camera, generator, water pumps, and many more useful tools and equipments.
the farm operates the last 2 years with 20,000 fish about (19-21 tones) monthly production !! repeat "monthly production" as the demand of this area is more than 50,000 fish (45-55 tons fish per month in various sizes). right now because i must move abroad the farm operates with minimum staff because looking to find a serious buyer who understands the catfish farm business. there are more than 18,000 catfish almost table size to sell during holidays and make a very good profit as well 6,550 two months old catfish. everything included in the price.
we have videos of the farms, you can request them if you wish.
title documents: family receipt, survey plan, deed of assignment.
price: n70 milli...
Description: 10 acres of land along agbara- lusada road, facing loral international school at ijuri agbara , ijuri bus stop.
we are currently selling 5 acres of land
title: c of o and registered deed with ogun state.
price: n100m asking for 5 acres.
nobity limited (properties)
10 acres of land available for sale at alapoti - agbara, ogun state. it is suitable for residential and commercial purpose.
call/whatsapp for enquiries.
5million per acre.
note: buyer pays 5% of selling price as agency f...
Luxury 44 acres of land in a beautiful location for multipurpose use.
with a big warehouse, block of office and staff quarters.
with easy access to gas pipeline.
topography: dry and table land.
golden crown tiles
free trade zone
and many other big organizations.
size: 44 acres plus half plot of land
location: igbesa, close to free trade zone ogun state.
nobity properties llc.
Oxford estate is located in agbara. off atan road, off lagos-badagry expressway within about 10minutes drive from crawford university.
agbara ( beside trailer park with c of o)... this location has a global c of o, less than 10mins drive from nestle nigeria plc while its 5mins drive from opic estate. in addition, it has good road network, well structured in an estate layout, requires no raph during laying of foundation...
ronik polytechnic permanent site
vitamalt staff co-operative estate, etc.
ogun state chinese free trade zone
agbara industrial & residential estates
multinational companies (e.g smithkline beecham, lever brothers, nestle, vitamalt, e.t.c)
land size outright 12months
324sqm 750,000 1,000,000
450sqm 1,000,000 1,500,000
648sqm 1,500,000 2,000,000
title: c o...
Ogun state, Nigeria has 19 Local Government Areas (LGAs) and Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area is one of them with its headquarters at Ota (Otta). It was createdÂ on 19th May, 1989 following the merging of Ota, part of the defunct Ifo/Ota Local Government with Ado-Odo/Igbesa Areas of the Yewa South Local Government. Ado-Odo/Ota borders on metropolitan Lagos. It is the second largest LGA in Ogun state. Ado-Odo/Ota dwellers engage in the production of cash, food crops as well as mineral resources which include: cocoa, kola nut, palm oil, coffee, cassava, timber, maize, vegetables, kaolin, silica sand, gypsum, and glass sand.
This area is mainly populated by Awori People, a subset of the Yorubas and the original inhabitants of the area. Other tribes here include: Egba, Eguns, and Yewas (Egbados). There are currently eleven Traditional Obaship institutions in the Local Government Area namely: Olota of Ota, Olofin of Ado-Odo, Oloja Ekun of Igbesa, Onilogbo of Ilogbo, Alagbara of Agbara, Amiro of Ilamiro, Onikooko of Kooko Ebiye, Onikogbo of Ikogbo, Onitekun of Itekun, Onigun of Odan Abuja and Olodan of Odan Abuja Sule