There are 5 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Kano Municipal, Kano, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Off B U K Road, School Of Management, Kano Municipal, Kano
Exquisite 6 bedroom mansion with cinema + swim pool & golf course, etc (95% completed)
title: c of o
price: n480m net
location: off buk road, by school of management, kano
nb: kindly note that owner is selling "as is". buyer will complete to finishings.
- double masters bedroom
- 6 bedroom ensuites
- massive kitchen
- family lounge
- ante room
- living & dinning area
- home office
- home cinema
- private lounge
- indoor swimming pool
- virtual golf course on the pent level
- rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen
- store & laun...
Well finished 7 bedroom duplex all en-suite with 2 rooms boy's quarters: the property is well finished with ceramic tile, pop ceiling and state of the art light fittings. the property laso affords ample parking spa...
Tastefully finished 6 bedroom detached house all en-suite with a room boy's quarters: the property is located in the most sought out neighbourhood in the kano metropolis. the bompai gra is kano's highest rated residential area. it has close proximity to the bompai industrial estate as well as other commercial, recreational and residential estates of the town.
the property has a c of o with long unexpired ten...
Kano state is a state in north-western Nigeria. Its capital city is Kano. The state was created on 27th May, 1967 from part of the Northern Region, Kano state borders Katsina State to the north-west, Jigawa State to the north-east, Bauchi and Kaduna states to the south. The state originally included Jigawa State which was made a separate state in 1991. Kano state has 44 local government areas.
The major ethnic groups in the state areÂ Hausa and fulani. Kano State is the second largest industrial center in Nigeria and the largest in Northern Nigeria with textile, tanning, footwear, cosmetics, plastics, enamelware, pharmaceuticals, ceramics, furniture and other industries. Others include agricultural implements, soft drinks, food and beverages, dairy products, vegetable oil, animal feeds etc.