There are 20 available commercial property in Ipaja, Lagos, Nigeria. The commercial property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each commercial property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
The filling station is located at ayobo ipaja road Lagos under alimosho local government with addittional mini gas plantIt has 4 pump for petrol, 1 for diesel, 1 pump for kerosine and 1 pump for gasIt also has a lubrication bay with shop and office spaceIt is located at a corner peice landSeen is believingTitle C of O 79yrs unexpired
SCHOOL FOR SALE OFF IPAJA ROAD.
Consist of 21 classrooms for NURSERY, PRY& SECONDARY with other facilities and further rooms for development. GOVT & WAEC/NECO APPROVED.Price: N65 Million.Enquiries;
Maxwell & David Realtors,
FOR URGENT SALE
Events centre in command area occupying a full plot..well located along major road..Title R&S.including deed of assignment .The C of O is in progress.
Price 35m.For Inspection contact Boj properties.
Tell : 08124912410
Ayobo Ipaja Road, Atan Ajayi Village, Alimosho Lga, Ipaja, Lagos
The filling station is located at ayobo ipaja road Lagos under alimosho local government with addittional mini gas plantIt has 4 pump for petrol, 1 for diesel, 1 pump for kerosine and 1 pump for gasIt also has a lubrication bay with shop and office spaceIt is located at a corner peice landSeen is believingTitle : original survey , C of O with 79 years unexpired term
SCHOOL FOR SALEA running school with 15 classrooms and science laboratory equipment* on two & a half plots of land.LOCATION: Opeki, by Abesan Estate, Ipaja.Govt. Approved, WAEC & NECO Approved.PRICE: N50Million
Along Ipaja-ayobo Road, Palo Bus Stop, Ipaja, Lagos
A strategically located shop with inner office with toilet, POP at AREGBESOLA SHOPPING MALL along Ipaja -Ayobo road, Pako bus stop.
Good for office, business center, store, boutique, storage etc.450,000/annum
For SaleFunctioning NNPC Filling Station at Ipaja ExpresswayDescription:6 Pumps 12 Nozzle, 4 Underground Tanks (2NOS Tanks of 45,000 Liters each & 2NOS Tanks of 35,000 Liters each)Land Size:1300mLocation :Ipaja ExpresswayTitle :C of OPrice:#350mNote: this is not the actual picturesCAL /WhatsApp on
A completed Modern Eatery in a very strategic location at Ipaja/Ayobo, near the Anchor University, built on half plot of land measuring 30" x120" offering for outright sale.
Title: Receipt, Survey and Deed.
"RAO Property Consultants Ltd"
Decent 2 bedroom office space for letting suitable for any kind of purpose at ipaja lagos all round tiles kitchen cabinets and wardrobes and the area is attributed with good road constant supply of electricity and good drinking water and no tribal discrimination against tribes or religion in that area and much more call or whatsup me on 07064937423 thanks from Tony Attah real estate agent
A good and very neat strategically located 12 rooms Hotel, Fully air-conditioning, and fan in each rooms. All round tiles.
Located on a tarred road at Aboru Iyana ipaja, Lagos State.
Documents are Receipt, Survey plan,and Federal Approved plan.
Its a functioning school with modern infrastructure and its also on a large expanse of land. Total land area is two (2) acres. Contact de kashmant investment ltd for details on +2348088750493 for details.
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