Land for Sale in Seaside Estate, Badore, Ajah, Lagos
There are 12 available land for sale in Seaside Estate, Badore, Ajah, Lagos, Nigeria. The land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A plot of corner piece land with solid fence raft made in a serene Seaside Estate Badore for sale.
Title : Gazette
This is a gated and security manned estate.
Good road network
Regular electricity supply
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Website - www.providence-property.com
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Office- Office- Providence city property and allied resources Ltd,block C ,suite 17 & 18 De Legacy Plaza,addo road ajah.
Very Dry plot of Land
Very secure estate
We have 2plot there one is 10million and the 2 is 20million
We have a 3bedroom uncompleted bungalow on it...
Urgent sales call now
At Seaside estate, badore, Ajah lekki Lagos.
We have A plot of Land For Sale.
The Land is fenced and gated.
Is a dry land, fenced round with a building inside.
Title: Gazette and Deed of Assignment
The price is 15 m.
For inspection; contact us.
-- a plot of bare Land for sale
-- Fenced & gated
-- on built up area of the estate
-- 4 plots away from main paved road
-- Location: Seaside Estate, Badore, Ajah, Lagos.
-- Title: Gazette, Deed of Assignment & Survey.
-- Price: N15m - Asking
For inspection: call or WhatsApp 08052444369
The land is an 100 percent dry land with Gazette which makes it free from all form of government encumbrances. It is located in a highly developed, Secured estate with good road net work with excellent proximity to the badore /ado road.
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