Abuja Estate, Along Enugu Onitsha Expressway, Awka, Anambra
A tastefully finished 6 bedroom duplex with 2nos sitting room plus a separate guest house of 2 bedroom and a servant quarter of 1 bedroom flat, a gate house and a generator house all the rooms in the property are en-suit.
Located within the low-density neighbourhood of Abuja estate off Enugu Onitsha Expressway.
Facilities provided include water borehole, security house, water storage tanks and ample parking space.
Major landmarks within the area
- Government house
- Bonax filling station
- Peace Corps
- Civil Defence
Major location with time of movement to subject property
- About 5 minutesâ drive to Eke Awka market
- About 5 minutesâ drive to Secretariat
The compound has a bore hole and a clean water well to cover for emergency need.
The compound shall be devided when purchased along the line that leads to the over head tank you see in the image.
This division is to separate the two buildings in the compound.
It also has a spacious backyard for kitchen.
The house is fully furnished and equipped with all necessary furniture all included in the selling price.
All electronic gadgets as
are also in the selling price
it features a nice swimming pool ,
a parking shade
a boys quarter and every other facility you see in the pictures.
CAN ALSO BE RENTED AT 4MILLION PER ANNUM.
The 5 bedroom duplex in a compound consist of the following
An ante room or foyer
A large joined lounge and dinning area
a large private lounge
a large kitchen with store
2 bedroom boy's quarter
self contained security house
large and well landscaped compound for about 20 cars
overhead water tank fully functional
all bathrooms has water heater installed and functioning.
All rooms have large spaces and good ventilation and lighting
Building usage can be residential or commercial
Awka is the capital city of Anabra state, Nigeria. The city is located north of Port-Harcourt in the centre of the densely populated Igbo heartland in south east Nigeria. The West-East Federal highway links Lagos, Benin City, Asaba, Onitsha, and Enugu to Awka and several local roads link it to other important towns such as Ekwulobia, Agulu, Enugwu-Ukwu, Abagana and Nnewi. Strategically, Awka is located midway between two major cities in Northern Igboland, Onitsha and Enugu which has informed its choice as an administrative center for the colonial authorities and today as a base for the Anambra State government.
Awka comprises seven Igbo groups sharing common blood lineage divided into two sections. Ifite Section, the senior section, comprises four groups, Ayom-na-Okpala, Nkwelle, Amachalla, and Ifite-Oka followed by Ezinator Section, which consists of three groups, Amikwo, Ezi-Oka and Agulu. Each of these groups has a number of villages. All together, Awka comprises 33 villages. Christianity is the dominant religion here. Awka has a large university community which at times comprises around 15% of the population of the town. It hosts two primary universities of higher/tertiary education - Nnamdi Azikiwe University and Paul University.