The average price of residential land for sale in Lagos Island, Lagos is ₦8,330,000 per plot. The most expensive residential land costs ₦16,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦650,000 per plot. There are 1 available residential land for sale in Lagos Island, 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.
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*BLISS PARK ESTATE*
Conceived as a beach resort homes a place attached to the nature where you can enjoy serenity and luxury.
*Location: Okun Imosan*
between two waterfronts, Atlantic to the south and and Lagos lagoon to the north. You would always want to resort here.
*Title: Deed and Survey*
*PROMO PRICE: N650k per plot*
*Actual Price: N750k per plot*
With various plot sizes, you would find a size that fits your budget! (300sqm, 600sqm available )
With C of O as title in view, your investment here would be a set up to bring you great returns.
Call 07067954206 for instant allocation!
Development fee 300k
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The average price of residential land for sale in Lagos Island, Lagos is ₦8,330,000 per plot. The most expensive residential land costs ₦16,000,000 per plot while the cheapest costs ₦650,000 per plot.
About Lagos Island, Lagos
Lagos Island is a Local Government Area (LGA) located in the central part of the city of Lagos, Lagos state, Nigeria. It is part of the Lagos Division. As of the preliminary 2006 Nigerian census, the LGA had a population of 209,437 in an area of 8.7Â km². The LGA only covers the western half of Lagos Island; the eastern half is under the jurisdiction of the LGA of Eti-Osa. The Island was home to the Yoruba fishing village of Eko, which grew into the modern city of Lagos. The city has now spread out to cover the neighboring islands as well as the adjoining mainland.
There are three bridges which connect Lagos Island to the mainland, and they cross Lagos Lagoon to the district of Ebute Metta. Most Nigerian banks' head offices are located on Lagos Island. For instance, First Bank of Nigeria is one of the Nigerian Banks with its head office in Marina, Lagos Island.