A brand new and exquistely finished 2 bedroom flat units with 2toilets, fitted kitchen, POP ceiling designs and superb fixtures and finishings and quality electrical fittings. Each units has prepaid metre.Location: Lagos Island.RENT - 1Million Naira per annumAPRO GLOBAL ESTATE LTD Mobile:070-63-822-217, 070-82-974-088More details
Aesthetically Finished Two Bedroom Apartment which comes with modern finishing and facility. Spacious rooms | POP Ceiling & Screeded Walls | Room ensuite plus a guest toilet | Vitrified tiles | Borehole water | Private Balcony | Large size cross ventilation window system | Ample parking space | Serene and secured environment |Location: Obalende- Ikoyi, LagosPopular Attractive Landmarks: Ikoyi Immigration/Passport Office, Ikoyi-Obalende Local Government, Old Lagos Prison (Freedom park), Landmark Event Center, Osborne Phase 1 & 2 Estates, Banana Island, Lekki- Ikoyi toll gate, Ikoyi Magistrate court, National law School, LekkiPrice: N12,000,000Duration/Tenure: Fifteen Years periodFor Investors: Annual rental value is N2,500,000 per annumDelivery Date: November 2019 (exclusive of two months moratorium period)More details
2BEDROOM FLAT HOT LETTTINGA brand new and exquistely finished 2bedroom flat units with 2toilets, fitting kitchen, POP ceiling designs and superb walking finishings and quality electrical fittings. Each units has prepaid metre.This tasteful building apartments is situated on Tokunbo street, Lagos Island. RENT - 1M net.More details
Lagos Island is a Local Government Area (LGA) located in the central part of the city of Lagos, Lagos state, Nigeria. It is part of the Lagos Division. As of the preliminary 2006 Nigerian census, the LGA had a population of 209,437 in an area of 8.7Â km². The LGA only covers the western half of Lagos Island; the eastern half is under the jurisdiction of the LGA of Eti-Osa. The Island was home to the Yoruba fishing village of Eko, which grew into the modern city of Lagos. The city has now spread out to cover the neighboring islands as well as the adjoining mainland.
There are three bridges which connect Lagos Island to the mainland, and they cross Lagos Lagoon to the district of Ebute Metta. Most Nigerian banks' head offices are located on Lagos Island. For instance, First Bank of Nigeria is one of the Nigerian Banks with its head office in Marina, Lagos Island.