Olowotedo/orimerumu Bus Stop, After Nasfat, B4 Mowe/rccg Camp. On Lagos-ibadan Express Way, Opic, Isheri North, Lagos
Plot of Land for Sell 750k Per Plot.
The land is located at Olowotedo/Orimerumu Bus Stop, after Nasfat, B4 Mowe/RCCG Camp. on Lagos-Ibadan Express way. 5-8Mins drive from the express.
The Land is from the Adeniji's Family. we have about 744plots available for sell.
Land size is 648sqm. (60 by 120).
Title you will get: Family Receipt, Copy of the general survey of the land, & Deed of Sale.
The entire land is cover with a global Layout & survey, you will get a copy also.
Pls call or whatsapp 08054013151 for more info
30 Plots of Dry Land each measuring 669sqm for sale at N300m slightly negotiable. Suitable for commercial, industrial or residential purposes.
Titled Document : Global Certificate of Occupancy.
Located on Channels Tv Road.
For enquiries Call Abimbola on 08038036667,08079865062
Spacious 4 Bedroom Semi detached Duplex,with all rooms en suite+ guest toilet and Family lounge.Very spacious Parking space, available for Sale at N36(asking) negotiable.
Titled Documents: Deed of Assignment, Receipt and survey.
For Enquiries Call: Abimbola on 08038036667.08079865062
Spacious 3 bedroom bungalow in a serene and secured estate with close accessibility to the Lagos Ibadan Expressway. The estate is less than 5minutes drive to the Lagos Secretariat Alausa, Ikeja Lagos. It has a gate house and a room bq, borehole with tanks, prepaid meter and spacing to park 6 cars conveniently.
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