This is an Agricultural land located in Nasarawa state, a state known for it's very arable land and very good for agricultural practices. The land is not too far away from Dangote farms and Olam Farms all within the same locality. You can grow all manner of crops due to the various nature of the land which also has water flowing in the farm land and that area close to the water source is perfect for rice and sugar cane plantation, other regions of the land allows you to plant any other kind of crops you can think of and be rest assured it will yield perfect outcomes due to the high fertility of the region. All Beacons are in Place. This land can be used both for Agricultural and Commercial and Industrial use because of the large size.
You wont regret owning this land. The Land has very close proximity to the Awe highways, and Azara Highways making transportation to and from the region very easy.
The Price is slightly Negotiable when you are buying the whole 3,582Hectares. The total Cost for the Whole plots of land is USD 16,056,000 (Slightly Negotiable).
The land has a valid C of O and all due Taxes have been paid on the land.
The landed property lies along the popular carriage Lafia-Awe road and stretches immediately after Imom Primary school in Imom settlement sharing boundaries with Adudu Community. The said Lafia-Awe Road on the other hand spans from the roundabout before Federal University Lafia down to Awe Local Government Area. The land is relatively firm with several valleys, depressions and drained essentially towards the 4-seasonal streams and rivers within the site. The neighborhood is mainly agrarian area, however if approved and more developments start in the said neighborhood, the site is suitable for the development of residential estate of detached houses block of flats or other commercial use with modern facilities for optimum utilization of the latent value inherent in the landed property.
The land is not adversely affected by, or subject to compulsory acquisition, road widening, new road proposals, planning regulations or environmental laws.
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