3 Bedroom Terraced Bungalows for Sale in Epe, Lagos
The average price of 3 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Epe, Lagos is ₦13,500,000. The most expensive terraced bungalow costs ₦13,500,000 while the cheapest costs ₦13,500,000. There are 3 listings and 1 available 3 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Epe, Lagos, Nigeria. The terraced bungalows have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each terraced bungalow listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
*why the aces bungalows?*
1. to create quality comfort in a serene environment, we are providing dedicated transformers, with soundproof generators. so you have no worries about electricity.
2. because we want you to enjoy your experience as we are providing facilities that compliments your comfort.
3. we all want a stress-free life, we have gone all out to ensure you have not reason to lift a finger to get things done we are providing an errand service that will be at your beck and call.
the idea behind this to build an environment where people can own homes for residential purposes, for holiday experiences or passive rental income for as long as you choose.
getting a property has been made easy, with *zero interest*, 12months payment plan that makes it easy to an apartment at the aces.
with *64units* of *2bedroom terrace bungalows*, a unit currently sells for *n13.5million* and, with an initial deposit of *n1.5million*, you can secure a unit at the aces and spread the balance over *12months* at *zero-interes...
The average price of 3 bedroom terraced bungalows for sale in Epe, Lagos is ₦13,500,000. The most expensive terraced bungalow costs ₦13,500,000 while the cheapest costs ₦13,500,000.
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About Epe, Lagos
Epe is a town and port in Lagos State, Nigeria. It lies on the north bank of the coastal Lagos Lagoon and has road connections to Ijebu-Ode and Ikorodu. A traditional settlement of the Ijebu people (a subgroup of the Yoruba). Epe was established in the mid 18th century as the chief port (slaves, cloth, agricultural produce) for Ijebu-Ode, the capital of the Ijebu kingdom. It later served as the refuge for the forces of Kosoko, the Yoruba king ousted from Lagos by the British in 1851. In 1892 Epe was the embarkation point for the military expedition sent by Sir Gilbert Carter, the governor of Lagos, to defeat the awujale (the Ijebu political and spiritual ruler) at Ijebu-Ode.
Modern Epe is a collecting point for the export of fish, cassava (manioc), corn (maize), green vegetables, coconuts, cocoa, palm produce, rubber, and firewood to Lagos. Special leaves useful in preserving kola nuts are trucked to Ijebu-Ode, Shagamu, and the other main kola-shipping towns. Epe is best known for its construction of the motorized, shallow-draft barges that navigate the coastal lagoons. Fishing is the major occupation. The town is served by secondary schools, several hospitals, and a health office. Pop. (2006) local government area, 181,409.