Mixed-use Land for Sale in Thomas Estate, Ajah, Lagos
There are 11 available mixed-use land for sale in Thomas Estate, Ajah, Lagos, Nigeria. The mixed-use land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each mixed-use land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Divine Homes Estate, Has Exit Road To Oke Ira Nla And Ado Road, Thomas Estate, Ajah, Lagos
Distress Property For Sale
Two plots of Land previously used as a pure water company in Devine Homes Estate by Thomas estate is available for sale. Has factory structure that can be demolished and fairly used sachet water equipments on it. Has exit road to Oke Ira nla and Ado road, Eti-Osa, Lagos.
Tittle: Survery & Governor's consent.
Price: 16.5M each (Negotiable)
For site inspection and more information, pls call/WhatsApp Realtor Lekan on 08036636268
Dully fenced land size of 400 square metres.
Tarred road. Within well developed environment.
Highly attractive location.
Esfort estate opposite ecobank by off ado road thomas ajah.
Tittle: registered conveyance
Five Plots of land for sale in Lagos, Ajah.
Price: N60m (net) Sellable in bits.
Title: Registered Deed & Global C of O.
Brokerage: 5% (slightly negotiable) of purchase price to be paid by the buyer as commission/brokerage
Gilbert Odior, Off Michael & Solomon, Lekki Epe Expressway, Thomas Estate, Ajah, Lagos
These plots are fenced, 6 in number and road paved.
It's suitable for commercial building or personal building. Has a C of O, registered survey and deed.
Price is negotiable at N22m/plot.
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