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Bayleys Fiji
Saturday, November 11, 2017

Prime Enamanu Rd, Wailoaloa location with residential and commercial lots available.

These are all just a one-minute walk to Wailoaloa Beach and all it has to offer.

New crown lease of 99 years.

Lots approx 1050 sqm

Easy access to Wailoaloa, Denarau, Nadi International Airport, Nadi CBD, Namaka and Martintar.

Priced to sell

Residential from $300,000 plus VAT.

Commercial from $450,000 plus VAT if any

Contact: Bayleys Real Estate (Fiji) Ltd, Appraisals Pacific Building (opposite Bounty),

Rajeet Singh D: +6750 420 M: +679 994 5867

Licence real estate agents # 0038








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