IMPERIAL GARDENS is a ready to build estate in Abijo GRA with a CofO title.Features:
* 100% dry land
* Close proximity to the road
* Fully secured (no omo onile wahala)
* Limited land available
* Top notch estate infrastructure and facilities.Price: 300sqm - #5m; 450sqm - #7.5m; 600sqm - #10mAlso, for the Ramadan season, you get 50 bags of cement free when you buy a plot.Call/WhatsApp: +2348020626163
Email: [email protected]
Located within the New Lagos known as Ibeju Lekki
it has proximity to:The free trade zone
Deep sea Lekki seaport
Proposed Lekki airport
Numerous new estates
New Businesses....and so many fantastic places coming upNow is the time to acquire property in Ibeju lekki before it is out of reach
contact us and lets make your acqusition of owing ur own property in Lekki an easy one.Call us now.
Uacn Staff Quaters Within Pinnock Beach Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos
Strategic Plots for sale
Green areasPrice: N70, 000/sqm
Professional Fees: 5%Call to book for inspection
Contact Person: Mr. Edwin
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An already fenced and residential land for sale at femab busstop, a minute from sango tedo busstop.
Its a dry and fenced 2 plots of land.
The land is in a good location with existing residence and has already perfected title and is available for outright purchase.
Title: gazette and excision
Price: N11,500,000/plotIf interested,
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