The average price of houses for rent in Ogudu, Lagos is ₦2,630,000 per year. The most expensive house costs ₦3,000,000,000 per year while the cheapest cost ₦1,100,000 per year. There are 15 available houses for rent in Ogudu, 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.
3 bedroom flat to let at Ogudu Orioke, Ogudu, Lagos.
All tiled, Master bedroom, visitor's toilet, dinning space, spacious parking space, two entrance gate, on a gated street manned by private security men, located directly off the road leading to Ogudu/ Ojota.
Pay and park in
950k per Annum
A Lovely Self compound Semi detached 4 bedroom duplex, with BQ, all rooms en suite, pop finished, fitted kitchen cabinets, Big compound with Ample parking space, all rooms have wardrobes, in a secure and serene neighborhood at OGUDU GRA, N3.2M ASKING
Very nice 3 bedroom flat
LOCATION; Ogudu Orioke, Ogudu, Lagos.
All tiled, Master bedroom, visitor's toilet, dinning space, spacious parking space, two entrance gate, on a gated street manned by private security men
Pay and park in
950k per Annum
4bedroom detached duplex with
- All Rooms Ensuite
- House Automation
- Center dining Chairs
- Big Compound
- CCTV Cameras
- Smoke Detectors
- Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Air Conditioners
- Security Doors
- Water Treatment
- LED Plasma TV
- Study Room
- Washing Machine Etc.....
In A Serene And Secured Close Ogudu Gra, GRA, Ogudu, Lagos
An executive 3 Bedroom semi detached Bungalow with good facilities, fitted wardrobes and kitchen, en suite, well tiled floors, water heater etc in a nice neighborhood and a gated close in a highly secured in Ogudu GRA, Ogudu, Lagos.
Price: N 2 million Naira slightly negotiable
A very modern and relatively new 4bedroom duplex with 1 room bq (all rooms ensuite, pop ceilings,fitted kitchen, self compound, ample parking)@bola sonoiki, ramat gra 3. 5mp. A. Simply the best around for now. For more information contact , affable global realty 08098340044 08038340044 08128340044 08158340044
Exquisitely finished 4 bedroom detached duplex at ogudu GRA. Very tasteful, gated, round with fence, security incline area, clean environment, enormous car park, good tap water and borehole, tiled, all axis motor-able, academically inclined environment, corporate building, modern facility used e.t.c simply the best around for now. For more information contact , AFFABLE GLOBAL REALTY 08098340044 08038340044 08128340044 08158340044
An excellent solid 4 BEDROOM DUPLEX FULLY FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH good toiletries and standard facilities ETC AND TASTEFULLY FINISHED ALL THE ROOM ENSUITE IN A NICE AND WELL SECURED NEIGHBORHOOD in a modern secured close at Ramat, OGUDU GRA, Ogudu, Lagos. N 5 million Naira per annum.
In A Nice Area At Ramat Crescent, GRA, Ogudu, Lagos
An exquisitely designed and beautiful new 4 / 5 bedroom duplexes tastefully finished all the room en suite, jacuzzi, sophisticated toiletries, security doors, spacious sitting room, tiles floors, fitted wardrobes, fitted kitchen, P.O.P ceiling finished, water heaters etc in a well secured environment at Ramat crescent, Ogudu gra. 4 million naira per annum.
Lagos is a port and the most populous city in Nigeria. It is the second fastest-growing city in Africa and the seventh in the world. The population of Lagos according to the Lagos State Government, was 17.5 million. These figures are however disputed by the Nigerian Government and judged unreliable by the National Population Commission of Nigeria. The latest reports estimate the population at 21 million, making Lagos the largest city in Africa.
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