10 Most Expensive Places To Live In Abuja
10 Most Expensive Places To Live In Abuja
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Abuja is rated one of the most expensive places to live in Nigeria. The state is filled will a lot of luxury houses, real estate, beautiful landscapes, and a lot of job opportunities. Although there are still some cheap areas to live in Abuja, one would agree that houses in Abuja are generally expensive.
The city of Abuja has many different areas offering a variety of different lifestyles for its residents. Ranging from the quiet green place with a lot of luxury mansions like Jabi to the urban district full of life like Wuse.
If you are considering relocating to Abuja but still having a hard time deciding which area would be best for you. Then you are at the right place, this article will discuss the top 10 most expensive places to live in Abuja.
Top 10 Most Expensive Place To Live In Abuja
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The following are the most expensive place to live in Abuja;
Asokoro is home to top government officials and it’s rated as Abuja’s most exclusive district. Moreover, the president villa is located in the district which makes it one of the most secure places to live in.
The minimum cost of a plot of land in this district is at least One hundred million naira which could vary based on location or size. If you are filthy rich then you can live in the Asokoro district because even renting a two-bedroom ranges from N4 million naira.
Maitama district is one of the most expensive places to live in and its residents are mostly government functionaries, diplomats, Ex politicians, and business moguls.
The district has a number of unique places like the Nigerian Communication Commission, British Council, Transcrop Hilton, The dome, and Minister Hill. And the major roads are Shehu Shagari Way, IBB way, Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Murtala Mohammed Way, and Gana Street.
The cost of rent for a 4-bedroom flat falls around six million naira, if you can afford it then the district is a good place for you.
Wuse is divided into two areas and zones, so you should not mistake Wuse II for Wuse zone 2. Wuse is said to be an alternative to Maitama. The district serves as a commercial area which makes it very busy and it is filled with restaurants, hotels, and clubs. The district is populated by the young generation because the nightlife here is second to none.
However, living in Wuse is also quite expensive like staying in Maitama, the residents pay around N3 million naira for a 2-bedroom flat.
Gwarinpa is famous for its numerous housing estate and it’s not as expensive as Asokoro and Maitama.
An average salary earner or businessman can afford to live in the district but social hangouts can be very expensive here. So, if you are someone that likes the party lifestyle, you might want to slow your roll. However, the resident in this district pays around N800,000 for a 2-bedroom flat.
The Garki district is home to the Central Bank of Nigeria and also numerous buildings of interest like the Abuja International Conference Centre and General post office. The district has some of the most expensive supermarkets and shopping malls in Abuja.
However, rent in this district for a 2-bedroom flat could go from N1.5 million to N2.5 million depending on the location you find yourself.
Living in Jabi is not quite expensive like Asokoro and Maitama but it has pretty much all the benefits of those residing in those two places. The district is filled with banks, schools, hotels, restaurants, and outdoor recreational centers. And the district is among the greenest neighboring in Abuja, with large green open spaces and trees lined streets being prominent features. Resident in this district pays around N2 million to N3.5 million for a 2-bedroom flat.
Lokogoma is a fast-growing district, as people have continually trooped into the area. The district has all the basic amenities one could need to be comfortable in a new city. And it also offers an excellent balance of quality of life and affordability.
The resident in this district pays around N1 million to N2.5 million for a 2-bedroom flat depending on the location.
Jahi is a fast-developing district located between Gwarinpa and Katampe. The district has an excellent location and it only takes 15 mins to the central area. It is one of the best places to live and it is among the best place to invest in Abuja. In time its developing nature would make the district one of the most expensive places to live. Currently, the cost of renting a two-bedroom flat is around N2 million to N3.5 million depending on the location.
Ludge is one best places to live in Abuja on a budget. The district population has constantly been on the increase in the last few years, due to the fact that it takes less than half an hour to the central area and the airport has attracted considerable investment into the district.
Renting a 2-bedroom flat in this area cost around N1.2 million to N3 million depending on the location.
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Apo is one of the most popular places to live. It has a lot of top-notch housing estates sited in and around the area with many beautiful parks. The district is one of the fastest developing districts in Abuja due to the number of amenities located nearby.
The resident in this district rent a 2-bedroom flat for about N1.5 million to N2.5 million depending on the location.
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Which is the most expensive estate in Abuja?
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- River Park Estate
- Suncity Estate
- Hall 7 Estate
Where do the rich live in Abuja?
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Conclusion: 10 Most Expensive Place To Live In Abuja
The above-listed districts are the most expensive place to live in Abuja. You have to be a billionaire to own an apartment in some of the areas, especially in Asokoro and Maitama.
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