The average price of houses for rent in Alimosho, Lagos is ₦1,720,000 per year. The most expensive house costs ₦13,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦84,000 per year. There are 80 available houses for rent in Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
*DUPLEX TO LET IN GOWON ESTATE*
Relatively New 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached Duplex.
3 Rooms ensuite upstairs
1 Guest Room ensuite downstairs
Fitted Wardrobes and Kitchen cabinet.
Marble Tiled Floor
LOCATION: in a close off 31 road, GOWON Estate, Egbeda,Lagos.
RENT:N1.2m per annum
Relatively New House
Diamond Estate Phase 3, Hotel Bus-stop, Lasu-igando Expressway, 10 Minutes Drive From Egbeda Bustop, 3 Minutes Drive From Isheri Roundabout, Akesan, Alimosho, Lagos
This is a spacious 3 Bedroom Bungalow with spacious compound, located within serviced-estate with a very quiet, cozy, classy and secured environment. Bungalow has a prepaid meter. The estate is fenced around, has a gate and security post which serves as entrance. No one can access your apartment unless without you being notified at the gate. The name of the estate is Diamond Estate Phase 3, located at Hotel Bus-Stop along Isheri-Igando -Igando Road. That's about 5 minutes drive Isheri Roundabout bustop on Ikotun-idimu Road. Not far from Egbeda bustop Rent : 600k.
Alimosho is a Local Government Area in the Ikeja Division, Lagos State, Nigeria. Alimosho is regarded as the largest Local Government Area in Lagos state. It has now been subdivided between several Local Community Development Areas (LCDA). The six sub-divisions created out of the old Alimosho are Agbado/Oke-odo LCDA,Ayobo/Ipaja LCDA, Alimosho LG, Egbe/Idimu LCDA, Ikotun/Igando LCDA and Mosan Okunola LCDA. The LGA contains the urban area of Akowonjo.
Alimosho was established in 1945 and it was under the then western region. Majority who dominate Alimosho were the Egbados. The area is very rich in culture, prominent amongst which are Oro, Igunnu and Egungun Festivals annually celebrated. Aside the cultural heritages, majority of the inhabitants of the council area are Islamic and Christian faithful. However, Yoruba language is widely spoken in the community.