Residential Land for Sale in Osborne, Ikoyi, Lagos
The average price of residential land for sale in Osborne, Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦570,000 per square meter. The most expensive residential land costs ₦700,000 per square meter while the cheapest costs ₦300,000 per square meter. There are 504 listings and 51 available residential land for sale in Osborne, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. The residential land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each residential land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Selling: land measuring 1612sqm at osborne phase 2
location: royal palm drive
title: federal c of o
also available at osborne phase 2:
2,500sqm, block 6 @ 700m
5200sqm with embankment, block 6 @ 1.4b
Waterfront 3000sqm land @ osborne phase 1 with federal c of o. n2b
for further enquires please contact
ahmed ojikutu & associates
1,dele adedayo street, ramat ogudu gra, lagos state.
08037222205, 08051647747, 08098525477
email: [email protected][email protected]
The land is waterfront view measuring 478.65 square metres within a mini estate called osborne mews at acacia drive, osborne phase 2 foreshore estate,ikoyi, lagos
the mini estate has the following features: good road network, underground cabling for internet, electricity and telecommunications.
good drainage system,
serene and quiet environment,
waterfront view and
for more information and inspection call
yield unique services
08028281437, 08093136972, 0903 156 7...
The average price of residential land for sale in Osborne, Ikoyi, Lagos is ₦570,000 per square meter. The most expensive residential land costs ₦700,000 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.