The average price of houses for rent in Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦11,410,000 per year. The most expensive house costs ₦350,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦70,000 per year. There are 1,142 available houses for rent in Ikoyi, 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.
Find comfort in this high luxury apartment nestled in the heart of Banana Island Ikoyi Lagos.
This property is specifically upgraded and designed with an open terrace and a big sitting room and huge kitchen. All rooms are ensuite with Italian bathroom fittings.
For your viewing/inspection, please contact Josephine on 08038475078
An Exotic Brand New 3 Bedroom Flat is now available for Rent in Banana Island with
-Well paved and secured compound
-Located in a serene neighborhood
-Good and accessible road network
-All rooms ensuite
-1 Room staff quarter
-24 hour electricity
-Ample parking space
-Well illuminated and ventilated rooms
-State of the art bathroom fittings
-High quality imported tiles
-Water treatment plant
Rent= N11M per annum
Service charge= N2.7M per annum inclusive of power
For Enquiries and Inspection Please Call Us 07032865878
Detached mansion ,5 bedroom, 2rmbq, fitted kitchen, car port , jacuzzi baths, large rooms, 2 living rooms, massive compound , land size is 1500sqm. Water treatment plant, pool , garden , lots green areas etc
This is a decent 4-bedroom wing of duplex in a very good condition complete with spacious en-suite bedrooms, main lounge, private lounge, family lounge, kitchen, 2-room detached BQ with convenience, spacious compound and other appurtenances.
Location: Abacha Estate, Ikoyi
By and large, Ikoyi is a posh neighbourhood with a mishmash of exquisite residential apartments and commercial presence.
Ikoyi borders the Lagos Lagoon and takes up the eastern half of Lagos Island. It is one of the towns that make up the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos state.
Originally, the British Colonial Governments designated Ikoyi as a residential area for the expatriate community perhaps due to its proximity to the sea. However this arrangement changed with time with big establishments locating their corporate headquarters at Ikoyi. Ikoyi is home to the creme de la creme of the Nigerian society, from diplomats to senior company, business executives and senior public servants.