There are 29 listings and 3 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ilesa West, Osun, 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.
A beautiful recently built and well maintained 4 bedroom bungalow in a very serene and secure part of ilesa. it has 3 well furnished living rooms with pop and chandeliers, granite floors, fitted kitchen, with a store. 2 en-suite rooms with bath tubs and hot water. two remaining rooms share a bathroom and toilet with hot water. there is a small new generator as back up in case of power outages though in a preferred electricity zone. lots of parking space within compou...
Owode, Directly On Osogbo/ilesha Road, Ilesa West, Osun
Hot for sale!!!
a modern hotel on 2 acres 4 plots of land at oshogbo
location: owode directly on oshogbo/ilesha road
features: - 14 luxurious double rooms
6 single rooms
2 executive suites
1 presidential suite (room, parlour, toilet & kitchen)
10 more rooms nearing completion
large party/garden area at the back with functioning bar, band stand & kitchen
empty vacant land for further extension
65kva brand new milkano generator
title: certificate of occupancy
price: n 2...
Orisun estate kajola, ilesa, osunstate
price per plot : n765,000( total package including developmental levy, legal documentation and survey)
6 to 2months payment plan: n950,000 per plot
info call 08058917262, 07061957...
Osun is an island state in south-western Nigeria. It has its capital city as Osogbo. It is bound in the north by Kwara State, in the east partly by Ekiti State and Ondo State, in the south by Ogun State and in the west by Oyo State. The modern Osun was created in 1991 from part of the old Oyo State. The three major religions practiced in the state are Christianity, Islam and Traditional. The nickname of the state is "State of the Virtuous (Ipinle Omoluabi)"
The name Osun comes from a river that flows through the state. It is symbolic because it serves both spiritual and tourist purposes in the state. The river is worshiped annually by devotees. It is also a tourist spot as people from different parts of the country visit the Osun Groove in Osogbo. The river also provides water for irrigation for the agriculturally rich state.