The average price of houses for rent in Ikeja, Lagos is ₦3,410,000 per year. The most expensive house costs ₦85,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦450,000 per year. There are 554 available houses for rent in Ikeja, 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.
Newly renovated 3bedroom and 2bedroom flats with tiles , all rooms en-suite, very spacious rooms and compound off Awolowo road Ikeja.
1. 5m and 1.1m respectively,
Legal 10 %
Letting: Very Spacious 4 Bedroom Terraced Duplex at GRA, Ikeja
3 Living Rooms (One on each Floor)
1 Room BQ
Fitted Kitchen with Heat Extractor, Gas Hubs, Oven, Microwave Oven
Serviced with dedicated Elevator
Located in a mini estate
Rental Price: 10m P.A
Tastefully finished 5 units of 5 Bedroom Terrace Duplex with 1 room inbuilt Bq on 3 floors with fitted kitchen.
24hrs power supply
Uniform Security guards etc
Location: GRA IKEJA ,LAGOS.
Rent : N6m/annum.
Service charge :N3.2m/annum.
Newly built 4(No) 4 bedroom terrace house and 1 room service quarters each with fitted kitchen. For further enquiries and immediate inspection kindly contact Bridget on 08054797513 or Ayanfe 08076092173
A well finished 5 bedroom duplexwith all rooms ensuit
- guest toilet
- 2 rooms boys quarter
- POP ceilings
- bath cubicle
- water heaters
- interlocking pavement
- spacious rooms and living room
- big compound
- parking space
- good road network
- located in a secured and Serene environment.
Newly built modern design terrace House. Finish with finesse quality touches. All 4rooms are en-suite with a generous wardrobe. Fitted kitchen with a BQ and backyard space.
Rent: 5million pa
Xellencio Services Ltd.
Newly built modern design terrace House. Finish with finesse quality touches. All 5room en-suite with a generous wardrobe. Fitted kitchen with a BQ and backyard space.
Rent: 7million pa
Xellencio Services Ltd.
Ikeja is part of what is known as Lagos Mainland. As well as been the State Capital, Ikeja is also a Local Government Headquarter. Official census figure put the population of Ikeja at about 4.5 million people which is keenly contested by the Lagos State Government. However, A United Nation's 2011 data suggests Ikeja is plausibly home to 11.2 million people. Ikeja is one of the most densely populated parts of Lagos State.