100 Plots for sales at Iragushi by Otedola estate,in a built up area with light,behind Yaba tech, Epe.
Price : 17m
Value there : 850k per plot
Title: Register Survey
Cordinate : 734580.000mn
GOOD FOR AN ESTATE.
08154547777 08085789451 09068188174
We have over 200 acres of land purposely planned to be developed into an estate with state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure.
Land is by Magodo phase 1 and has close proximity to;
Magodo GRA 1
Magodo GRA 2
Omole Phase 2
Title of the property is Gazette. (Docs available upon request for verification).
Land Sizes & Prices;
P.S. These are promotional prices for the 'Ember Months. After which, price returns to 30m/plot.
P.S.S. This is a great investment for Real estate investors. Prime location, secure title, below market price 'temporarily' offers a window to make loads of money in a few years when you resell. If you're buying to build a home; location, pricing is great!
Call/whatsapp let's do Business.
Silverbell Premium Properties
22, Isaac Aluko Street,Igbo-efon
Lekki, Lagos State.
Here is 423sqm of land at otedola estate. It has a demolishabe bungalow on it and the land is a dry land.
The buyer pays 5% Commission to the agent(s)
For more enquiries
Contact Throkaz Property on 08022226573
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