Brand new 3 bedroom flats with a room bq
all rooms en suite with modern pop, over 18hrs electricity, 24/7 maximum security guaranteed (armed security men)
rent - #
agency, legal & caution fee - 10% each
service charge - #2...
For rent: brand new 3 bedroom flat at oshorun estate, opic estate lagos.
- nicely built
- all rooms en-suite
- interlocked floor
- excellent space arrangement
- guests toilet in the ante room
- large sitting rooms
- spacious bedrooms with large balcony at the master bedroom
- fully fitted kitchen with pantry
- solid security doors covering all entry points
- good lighting and ventilation provided by very wide strong windows
- located on a tarred road with well connected drainages and inside an estate.
rent: n1.8 million per annum
for further enquiries/ arrangement for inspection, please contact:
segun: 08177766158 (call/whatsapp)
seun: 08177766002 (call/whatsapp)
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