Short Let Houses in Canal West Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos
The average price of houses short let in Canal West Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos is ₦85,000 per day. The most expensive house costs ₦85,000 per day while the cheapest costs ₦85,000 per day. There are 1 listings and 1 available houses short let in Canal West Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Prince Ademola Eletu Way, Canal West Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos
Time and care was taken to put this beauty together. making sure only the best & all necessary items are in place for the weary traveler. nestled at a quiet end of canal west estate, serenity and a calm neighborhood is what you'll get.
rooms are all ensuite and appropriately sized.
what you get:
high speed fiber optic internet
55'' smart tv (living room)
hdtvs other bedrooms
premium dtsv and netflix
reverse osmosis water filtration plant (very very clean clear odorless water)
kitchen and available appliances include;
4 burner with gas oven
double door refrigerator
events allowed (max 30 guests) call for separate prici...
The average price of houses short let in Canal West Estate, Osapa, Lekki, Lagos is ₦85,000 per day. The most expensive house costs ₦85,000 per day while the cheapest costs ₦85,000 per day.
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About Lekki, Lagos
Lekki is a city located in the eastern part of Lagos. Lekki is a naturally formed peninsula, adjoining to its west Victoria Island and Ikoyi districts of Lagos, with the Atlantic Ocean to its south, Lagos Lagoon to the north, and Lekki Lagoon to its east; however, the city's southeast which ends at around the western edge of Refuge Island, adjoins the eastern part of Ibeju-Lekki LGA.
The peninsula is approximately 70 to 80km long, with an average width of 10km. Lekki currently houses several Estates, gated residential developments, agricultural farmlands, areas allocated for a Free Trade Zone, with an airport, and a sea port under construction. The proposed land use master plan for the Lekki envisages the Peninsula as a "Blue-Green Environment City", expected to accommodate well over 3.4 million residential population and an additional non-residential population of at least 1.9 million.