The average price of land for sale in Akute, Ifo, Ogun is ₦7,000,000 per acre. The most expensive land costs ₦7,000,000 per acre while the cheapest costs ₦7,000,000 per acre. There are 58 listings and 8 available land for sale in Akute, Ifo, Ogun, 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.
2 plots of land for sale
location: denro. akute close to river valley estate berger.
very good location and dry land
title and documents: receipt, registered survey and deed of assignment
for more enquires and inspection
call 08130205024, 08110278930. whatsapp 08130205...
For sale in ishasi, off pipeline road, akute
2 large cornerpiece plots of premium dry land with flat topography.
located in a central and busy residential area very suitable for commercial purpose as well.
currently housing 4 units mini-flats, 5 units of 20sqm shops, uncompleted bungalow structure and a gate house all fully fenced.
asking price: n40m
title: ogun state c of o
Yakoyo Bridge, Ojodu Ifo Local Government, Akute, Ifo, Ogun
A 134.29 acres of land i. e 54.347 hectares of land at ojodu ifo local govt area of ogun state. each size of the plot is an average of 600 square meters and is sold for n8 million per plot. total price: n6. 4 billion.
contact: apadios and associates
tel: 08023245882, 08183054955 .
email: [email protected] , [email protected]
Plots of land for sale at tipper garage off akute ijoko road, akute, ogun state suitable for residential or commercial use.
each of the plot are available for n7milliion per plot and the entire 6 plots can be sold together. the entire plot has a layout plan and registered survey
for enquiry and inspection please contact
bayo amodeyin consulting
The average price of land for sale in Akute, Ifo, Ogun is ₦7,000,000 per acre. The most expensive land costs ₦7,000,000 per acre while the cheapest costs ₦7,000,000 per acre.
About Ogun, Nigeria
Ogun State is a state in western Nigeria. It borders Lagos State to the South, Oyo and Osun states to the North, Ondo State to the east and the republic of Benin to the west. Abeokuta is the capital and largest city in the state.
The state's nickname is "Gateway to Nigeria". It was created in February 1976 from the former Western State. The 1991 census recorded a total population of 2,338,570 residents. The state governor is Senator Ibikunle Amosun.
Ogun State, today, has emerged as one of the fastest growing business destinations in Nigeria, with several local and international businesses and factories strategically sited within the 2 km government acquisition area of the Lagos - Sagamu expressway. With Dangote's cement factory in Ibese, Nestle, DHL, Big Treat, Coleman Cables and several others, Ogun State may as well be the investor's haven in the Sub Region.