The average price of land for sale in Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦600,000 per square meter. The most expensive land costs ₦655,000,000 per square meter while the cheapest costs ₦300,000 per square meter. There are 944 available land for sale in Ikoyi, 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 land of approximately 600sqm at parkview estate, ikoyi.
the plot is firm and well delineated.
it has a lagos state c of o.
price is n180m.
contact toplift realtors on 08029763540 or 09056997...
Waterfront Land On Zone J, Plot 67, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos
waterfront land on 2,652 square metres.
location: zone j, plot 67 banana island.
price: 900,000 naira per sqm.
for further enquiries and inspection kindly contact us on 07065266133(also available on whatsapp), 07010281009
email: [email protected]
1139sqm of corner piece strategically located in a busy area of old ikoyi by rumens/kingsway road. it is suitable for high rise building both for residential and commercial purposes.
price ... 400m only
title ... c o...
Along Bank Road, Murtala Muhammed Drive, Ikoyi, Lagos
2000 sqm directly along bank road also known as murtala muhammed drive, ikoyi, lagos state.
the land is suitable for both residential or commercial use.
title : federal c of o.
for further enquiries and viewing. contact us on 07065266133, 07010281009
email : [email protected]
The average price of land for sale in Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦600,000 per square meter. The most expensive land costs ₦655,000,000 per square meter while the cheapest costs ₦300,000 per square meter.
About Ikoyi, Lagos
By and large, Ikoyi is a posh neighbourhood with a mishmash of exquisite residential apartments and commercial presence.
Ikoyi borders the Lagos Lagoon and takes up the eastern half of Lagos Island. It is one of the towns that make up the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos state.
Originally, the British Colonial Governments designated Ikoyi as a residential area for the expatriate community perhaps due to its proximity to the sea. However this arrangement changed with time with big establishments locating their corporate headquarters at Ikoyi. Ikoyi is home to the creme de la creme of the Nigerian society, from diplomats to senior company, business executives and senior public servants.