There are 3 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ijebu North, Ogun, 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.
Obafemi Awolowo Road, Ago Iwoye, Ijebu North, Ogun
A massive building with 8 rooms (en suite), 3 rooms bq (en suite) a garage on a land measuring approximately 2005.60sqm (4 plots of land) situated on obafemi awolowo road, ago iwoye, ogun state.(same road as olabisi onabanjo university)
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Are you looking for a land to start your farm? you can get many hectares as you needed... get it at a cheap price 80,000 per acre at ijebu north, ijebu igbo farm settlements (hamlet: togunberu, talagbede,tikilo, tiseyin, also at oru) along ijebu igbo to ajegunle, oshogbo, osun state. ijebu igbo/osun express way its real land, marsh / dry land its also a virgin land, for farming or industry is a tad toad, while some are not on a tad road but motorable . give a call or whatsapp me if you are interested...document title: family agreement & lawyer legal ownership.. no omo on...
For sale: farm land in ijebu igbo, ogun state. it's off akanran expressway in ijebu igbo. close to abraham adesanya polytechnic.
the road also leads straight to ibadan.
title: deed of assignment.
price:400k per acre.
kindly call for more enquiries and inspection. than...
Ijebu-North is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun state, Nigeria, which was established in 1979. Ijebu-North has its headquarters at Ijebu-Igbo. It is bounded by Oluyole Local Government of Oyo State in the north, in the west by Ijebu East Local Government, in the south by Ijebu North East, Odogbolu and Ijebu Ode Local Government, and in the east by Ikenne Local Government. Ijebu-North was divided into Ifelodun and Ijebu-Igbo Local Government in 1981 and later re-amalgamated in January 1984.
Agriculture is the economic mainstay of the people in Ijebu-North. They produce products like oil-palm, cocoa, coffee, kolanut, maize, yam, cassava, coco-yam, vegetables and poultry stock. These agricultural products are the source of raw-materials for agro-allied industries which in turn utilize the available labor in the area. The dwellers in this area are called the IJEBUS and it is a Yoruba speaking area. The local government has 11 political wards.