Houses for Sale in Arowojobe Estate, Maryland, Lagos
There are 10 available houses for sale in Arowojobe Estate, Maryland, 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.
3 Bedroom Duplex for N35m at Arowojobe Estate, Mende, Maryland (Carcass/Super-structure)
3 bedroom ensuite with Toilet and Bathroom
Borehole with Reservoir
Newly Built Semi Detached 4 Bedroom House + Study Room, ante Room and BQ. It contains just 2 units in a compound at a serene and quite close within Arowojobe Estate, Maryland, Lagos
The premises can accommodate about 8 cars
Title: C Of O
Price: #63 million per unit
Olori Modupe Ajibola Street, Arowojobe Estate, Maryland., Maryland, Lagos
An Attractive investment Property with high potentials for tangible income flow
Uncompleted but roofed Building on Four (Four) floors affording;
10 Units of Three (3) bedroom Flats
2 Units of Penthouse of 4 and 3 Bedrooms
1 unit of 5 Bedroom Duplex
Structurally Stable and built on Mechanized Drilled Piles.
Location: Olori Modupe Ajibola street, Arowojobe Estate, Maryland.
Title: Registered & Marketable
Environment: Beautiful House with Paved road
Land Area: 2200 Sq Mts
Price: N240M ( Asking)
HOT SEMI DIRECT SALE
Newly 4bedrm duplex + study room, ante room & bq, with generator.
2 units in d compound
Location: Arowojobe Estate, Maryland.
can accommodate 10 cars.
Title: C of O
Price: 65m per unit
For more info/inspection
Newly Built 4 Bedroom Duplex + study room, ante room & bq.
2 Units to Share the Compound at Arowojobe Estate, Maryland, Ikeja.
Compound can accommodate over 8 cars comfortably.
Price: 62m Each.
For Serious Enquiries, Inspection & Acquisition, please contact TOS PROPERTY SERVICES on 08020330657, 08038592381.
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