Houses for sale in Enugu include both residential, land and commercial properties. Enugu has always been one of the safest places to live in Nigeria except for the menace of the herdsmen that has disturbed the peace of the state. Nevertheless, the state government has worked tirelessly to make Enugu safe again and they have won the victory. The favourable economic ambience in Enugu with the presence of major markets such as Ogbete Main Market, Artisan Market, Kenyata Market, Mami Market, New Haven Market, Mayor Market and Relief Market making it a good choice to buy a house in Enugu.
Properties in Enugu are built to suit the needs of her residents. Most of the residential apartments in Enugu comes in form of flat, self-contain, mini flat and bungalow form. Other architectural forms of houses seen in Enugu include; semi detached house, detached house, duplex, and penthouse.
There are beautifully built houses for sale in Enugu which you can consider for a real estate business or if you want to own a house to avoid the inconveniences associated with having to build a house. Houses for sale in Enugu are available in Enugu East, Nkanu, Enugu North, Nsukka, Enugu South and Nkanu East within the price range of N12,000,000 to N100,000,000. Commercial properties for sale in Enugu which include shops, office space, and showroom are also available in Enugu East, Enugu South and Nsukka coming within the price range of N27,000,000 to N250,000,000. There are also available land for sale in Enugu in Port-Harcourt Expressway, Enugu East, Nsukka, Enugu-Onitsha Express, Enugu South and Enugu North within the price range of N600,000 to N60,000,000.
Enugu is one of the states that makes up the eastern part of Nigeria and it is bordered by Benue and Ebonyi to the East, Abia to the South, Anambra to the West and Kogi State to the North. The name Enugu was coined from Enu Ugwu which means the top of the hill. Enugu has really gained popularity hosting one of the major market known as Orie Orba Market which is the hub of farm produce in the state for many farmers in the Middle Belt region of Nigeria. The market opens every four days and has served as an effective means in which farmers sell their farm produce.