Sitting splendidly on a large expanse of land in Idumuje-Ugboko, Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State is an architectural masterpiece which experts have described as a tourist destination. It will unarguably make history as the 7th wonder of the world.
Interestingly, the eye-popping edifice which was designed by the billionaire lawyer cum politician, Prince Ned Nwoko is a combination of Arabian and western designs complemented with a royal traditional touch. It has a dome which stands it out.
There is no denying that the spectacular and most notable feature of the house revolves around the finishing. The elaborate plasterwork and ceilings are indeed a splendid sight to behold. One attribute the house enjoys is that it is located in an area which is 1000 feet above the sea level and said to be the highest in Delta State.
Prince Ned Nwoko, though is a London trained international lawyer who runs the biggest law chamber owned by an African in the United Kingdom, exhibited his versatility when he designed the imposing structure. He is also a man of style endowed with great knowledge and has a flair for nature. The interior is alluring. The fittings of the house was carried out in an elegant proportion with marvelous architectural masterpiece combined with stunning interiors styled in a contemporary traditional Anioma culture.
The furniture and interiors were imported from Italy, London and Morocco. The doors are handmade and sourced locally. The kitchens are quite modern with integrated appliance and ample space for dinning. The stunning edifice boasts of extremely spacious sitting room with state of the art furniture. It also has a dome and underground tunnel.
It has an Olympic size swimming pool, tennis lawn, a zoo, wh
ich boasts of varieties of animals and a farm. The ceilings are handmade, crafted by professionals flown into Nigeria from Morocco, thereby giving that aspect of the house an Arabian look. The fence is made with local bricks, giving the house a traditional and royal look. The mansion is estimated to worth a whopping sum of 10 billion naira.