The average price of land for sale in Peace Estate, Ajah, Lagos is ₦15,000,000 per plot. The most expensive land costs ₦15,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦15,000,000 per plot. There are 86 listings and 7 available land for sale in Peace Estate, 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 full plot of already sand filled land at mega estate, badore. 2 mins walk to major road. seller can sell half plot also. net price: 17m
half plot: n9m
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belcourt estate sangotedo is a destination where you can call home, strategical located off the lekki epe expressway. a fully sand filled land, free from encumbrance. it is a buy and build estate with immediate allocation.
1 minute to lekki epe express way
fara park estate
dangote fertilizer plant etc
300sqm -- =n= 17, 400, 000
500sqm -- =n= 29, 000, 000
title: lagos state govt. allocation.
secure your plots while offer last... promo end on 31st jan 2023.
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The average price of land for sale in Peace Estate, Ajah, Lagos is ₦15,000,000 per plot. The most expensive land costs ₦15,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦15,000,000 per plot.
About Lagos, Nigeria
Lagos is a port and the most populous city in Nigeria. It is the second fastest-growing city in Africa and the seventh in the world. The population of Lagos according to the Lagos State Government, was 17.5 million. These figures are however disputed by the Nigerian Government and judged unreliable by the National Population Commission of Nigeria. The latest reports estimate the population at 21 million, making Lagos the largest city in Africa.
Lagos is a metropolitan area which originated on islands separated by creeks, such as Lagos Island, fringing the southwest mouth of Lagos Lagoon while protected from the Atlantic Ocean by long sand spits such as Bar Beach, which stretch up to 100 kilometres (62 miles) east and west of the mouth. From the beginning, Lagos has expanded on the mainland west of the lagoon and the conurbation, including Ikeja (which is the capital of Lagos) and Agege, now reaches more than 40 kilometres (25 miles) north-west of Lagos Island. Some suburbs include Ikorodu, Epe and Badagry, and more local councils have recently been created, bringing the total number of local governments in Lagos to 57.