Mabushi is an upscale district in Abuja. Mabushi sits to the west of the main Federel capital city centre. The area is very much urban and relatively fast developing. It is strategically located on the crossroads between inner and outer Abuja districts.
The neighborhood has a residential character with considerable commercial elements. A few governmental agencies have offices in the area.
Green space and tree lined streets are prominent features of this district, similarly, large expansive residences. Plenty of amenities are easily available in and around the area from cafes, to clubs to parks.
Places of interest include Amala Place, BluCabana Restaurant and Tobix Park.
The infrastructure in Mabushi is decent and the district enjoys a good road network, connecting to several parts of the city.
Mabushi nears Jahi and Katampe to the north, Wuse to the east, Utako and Jabi to the south. Kado forms the districts western boundary.
The main roads passing through the northern part of the district is Ahamdu Bello Way whilst to the south it is Shehu Yaradua Way.
The Central Area is a 10 minute drive away. In the opposite direction Jabi Lake and its shopping mall are only 5 minutes away.
It has its fair share of beautiful homes; keeping in line with many of Abuja’s other neighborhoods. Cosgrove has a beautiful estate in Mabushi.
The area has good security and enjoys proximity to the city centre without the hustle and bustle of inner areas.
There has been strong demand for homes in Mabushi, especially from mid-upper income people. The district has seen significant private sector investment, with a number of luxury estates having been built.
A 5 bedroom fully detached home by Cosgrove in Mabushi goes for about NGN250,000,000, with a service charge of NGN900,000 annually.
If you don’t want a serviced estate and want something a bit cheaper you can consider other private developments that can go as low as NGN100,000,000 for the 5 bedroom fully detached duplex.