Prestigious Pearl Garden Estate, Sangotedo, Ajah, Lagos
Plots of land fenced and gated inside the prestigious pearl Garden estate behind Novare Shoprite Sangotedo.
*SIZE*: Different sizes from 1 plot
*LOCATION:* Inside a gated Sunview Estate,Opposite Crown Estate,Near Novare Shoprite Sangotedo
*TITLE*: Governor's Consent
*PRICE*: 21m naira.
*N.B*: Document available on request
A corner piece land on an acre of land at sunview estate opposite crown estate lekki - epe expressway sangotedo, lagos. Size: 4443. 46sqm
Price: n150m (asking)
Title: reg. Survey plan, deed of assignment & governor consent. The land is strategically located within the estate. Attractive to investors for a mini estate.
Well positioned estate lands for sale.
- built up estate
-opposite crown estate and few minutes drive to emperor eatate, diamond estate etc.
- 2mins drive to novare mall (shoprite).
- positioned alonge lekki epe expressway.
A Fenced Land in Sunview Estate Sangotedo.
A land measuring 648sqm (standard plot) is up for sale I'm a fully built up estate.
Location: Sunview Estate, Sangotedo, Ajah
Novare Mall (Biggest ShopRite in Lagos)
Lufasi Nature Park
Kindlly Call 08032390998 for purchase
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