Gaduwa is one of Abuja’s phase 2 districts, sitting to the south west of the city centre. It is a developing, predominantly, residential district. There are a number of on-going construction projects, new housing and expanding leisure facilities in the area. It is among the fastest growing neighborhoods in the capital.
Gaduwa is well positioned in a tranquil, landscaped environment away from the hustle and bustle of more central areas. Having said this, it is not far from the busier, commercial hotspots of Garki and Gudu.
There are adequate social amenities already on offer such as gyms, parks, supermarkets and bars. The neighborhood also has a number of educational and religious establishments.
Points of interest include Gaduwa Shopping Plaza, Prince Ebeano Supermarket, Greenview Garden and NCDC National Reference Lab.
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Gaduwa, sitting at the crossroads between inner and outer Abuja, is well connected to many different parts of the city.
The road network is still developing. Main roads include Ahamdu Bello Way, Oladipo Diya Street and Ring Road 2.
Trips to the central business district take roughly 10-15 minutes.
Land and houses in Gaduwa
Estates in the area boast of impressive modern architecture. Several types of accommodation can be found here from duplexes to flats to bungalows.
Land and houses in neighborhoods like Gaduwa are modestly priced. Another added advantage of living here is the fact that you are just minutes away from inner Abuja areas.
As a result demand for homes in the district has grown, with property developers showing increasing interest in the area.
Planned infrastructure works coupled with the pace at which the district is expanding, means house prices are likely to rise In the near to mid future. Accordingly Gaduwa presents a great opportunity for first time buyers and savvy investors.