4 units of 3 bedroom flat sitting on a full plot of land all en suite, with tiles, Pop ceiling & interlocked compound.
Title: C of O
Brokerage: 5% (slightly negotiable) of purchase price to be paid by the buyer as commission/brokerage
A newly built miniflat at kolab ayobo,all round tiles fenced with gate and clean running water with 2 toilets with water heater,painted in and out,spacious compound with enough parking space...170k per annum... Call 08096071172
Gold Estate Ayobo Ipaja
We are offering these lovely 3 bedroom bungalows with spacious living room, spacious kitchen with a store, 3 toilets and baths, water and in a secured gated estate in a prime serene area of Ayobo Ipaja 20minutes drive from iyana ipaja or egbeda bus stop. Good road network to the estate and good drainage system. The estate boast of at least 16 hours of power daily . Original price of bungalows on the estate are 13m . But we are selling at a distressed price of 10m
We have newly built 2bedroom flat in a very secured and conducive environment at Ayobo.
Fenced round with gate.
With Master bedroom ensuite.
With running water supply.
Price 200,000 annually.
Contact Mr. Bayo on 08139609783, 08185063877
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