The average price of houses for rent in Ikotun, Lagos is ₦6,610,000 per year. The most expensive house costs ₦50,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦200,000 per year. There are 10 available houses for rent in Ikotun, 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.
Adewale Ifade Street Pako Bus Stop I, Ikotun, Lagos
Luxury 4 bedroom en suite duplex with 2 living room , spacious fitted kitchen, store balconies and all round tiles and pop fishing. It is just repainting that it is needed, very closer to main rd on a serene neighborhood.
Total package is 750k
Contact mr osissnya kolawole of jilkson investment ltd tel or whatsaap noba 08187553643
A tastefully built 3 bedroom bungalow. Fenced round with gate, marble tiles all round, spacious and well ventilated compound, flower garden, dinning, lobby and also store. Built on 342 SQM. Suitable for residential and also school, hotel and lodge.
Note: Vacant possession.
Location: Ifesowapo Street, off Celebrate Bus Stop, Abaranje Road Ikotun.
Price for rent: 300k annually.
Newly renovated and well spacious 3 bedroom modern duplex. It situated in a very calm and secure area of Uganda phase 1, just 3 mins walk to the express road.
** FEATURES **
** Relatively new house
** Modern design
** Spacious room
** All rooms enjoying
** All round tiles
** Modern Interior Design
Direct Lease Instruction from Owner.
one units of Newly renovated 4-bedroom terrace duplexes are available for lease at isheri osun, ijegun..
(behind jakande estate & Bucknor)
* All rooms en suite
* All rooms with fitted large wardrobes
* Main lounge
* Dinning area
* Family lounge upstairs
* Adequate parking
* Secure & serene environment
Rent is N450,000 per annum.
Call / WhatsApp: 08097682366
Ikotun is a community located in Lagos state, Nigeria. This community is situated north-west of Lagos state. It is regarded as a multi-lingual settlement. Ikotun has one of the largest markets in the state which is known as 'Ikotun Market', with 8,000 stalls selling food and household goods.