Odu’a Investment completes ACE GRA Ibadan housing estate
ACE housing estate, Jericho, GRA, Ibadan.
Odu’a Investment Company Limited, a pacesetter in developmental projects and programmes for many decades, has come up with another milestone project – the ACE Estate.
The estate which is a residential accommodation, situated in an idyllic region of the highbrow of Jericho Government Reservation Area (GRA), Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, was conceived out of the innovative thought of the board and management of Odu’a Investment Company Limited.
The iconic ACE Estate sprouted from 4,400 square metres of land, hitherto occupied by a derelict building in this location, before it was pulled down to allow the turning of sod and laying of foundation on August 30, 2016.
The estate consists of three luxury units of 5-bedroom duplex and four luxury units of 4-bedroom duplex, all showcased a high level of contemporary architecture, merged with basic requirements of residential functions.
Conducting the media team around the estate last week, Odu’a management team, led by the Principal Assistant on Strategy and Sustainability, Mr Babajide Oyebola, gave the technical details and facilities available in the estate.
As revealed, the 5-bedroom duplexes which occupy a land area of 151.58 square metres, within an allocated 498.96 square metres for recreation and parking spaces, consists of ground and first floors. The ground floor interior spaces include the ante room, living room, dining/kitchen, laundry store, five ensuite rooms and boys quarter. The boys quarter is also fitted with toilet and bathroom.
“The analysis of the ground floor has ante room of 125 square metres; visitors toilet, living room, 20.95 square metres; dining, 13.65 square metres; kitchen; 16.45: store, 2.4; laundry, 4.35; guest bedroom, ensuite, 19.55 and maid room, also ensuite, 11.35 square metres respectively.
“The four-bedroom duplex is also designed to have a family lounge, family balcony, bedroom 1, and bedroom 2, all ensuite, master bedroom, ensuite, including a balcony and a study”, said Oyebola.
Other facilities are 13 KVA, already connected to the grid, swimming pool, a gymnasium, a dedicated space for individual generator, which he said may not be necessary in view of the constant power supply in the area.
“On the finishing, the choice of furniture included high quality vitrifies ties to living room areas, kitchen and bedrooms, including high quality paint, ceramic ties from floor to ceiling in kitchen and bathroom.
“Others are a well-seasoned solid core flush doors, powered coated aluminum doors, high quality steel security doors, including powered coated aluminum windows, quality stoned coated roofing sheet and POP ceilings with comice,” he noted.