Directly On Addo Road Before Blenco Supermarket Ajah Lekki, Ado, Ajah, Lagos
FOR SALE!!! 5850 Sqm of lands ( 9 plots) for sale.. directly on addo road before blenco supermarket ajah lekki..PRICE: 340M Asking price...Land is already sand filled and is ideal to build an estate or for commercial use...
LOCATION: Off Blenco Supermarket, Lekki Garden, Oko-ado, Ajah.
PRICE & SIZE: Available in 324 SQM, 486 SQM and 648 SQM at the rate of N12.5M, N18.75M and N25M respectively.
TITLE: Government Allocation/C of O.
INFRASTRUCTURE: Perimeter fencing, Quality Road network, Drainage System, CCTV, Streetlights, Water supply, Green areas, etc.
NEIGHBORHOOD: Abraham Adesanya, Lekki Garden, Lagos Business School, Blenco Supermarket, Sky Mall, Ajah
THE MOST AFFORDABLE AND HOT SELLING ESTATE
At Stella's Court we have land selling at N40,000/sqm, and we do plots of 300sqm and 600sqm. The land is sand-filled, fenced, and within a developed area. The development of the estate's internal infrastructure will commence in March 2020. Here is a quick overview:
Address: Beside Lekki Gardens Phase 1, Moremi Scheme, Oko-Ado,Off Blenco Supermarket
Title: C of O
Price (300sqm) = N12m
Price (600sqm) = N24m
Development Fee = N2.5m
Processing fee = N700k
Infrastructure: Perimeter fence, Gatehouse, Security, Road Network, Water, Drainage, Street Lights, Recreational Park.
Residential and Commercial axes available.
We are willing to accept a 10% deposit to withhold a plot, but we are not yet open to payment plans
Please call: +2348132490290
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