Property in Goodnews Estate, Sangotedo, Ajah, Lagos
There are 185 listings and 26 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Goodnews Estate, Sangotedo, Ajah, Lagos, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
6 plots of land, fence and gated, available for sale in goodnews estate, sangotedo.
land topography is completely dry. estate is well secured with 24/7 mobile police patrol, interlocked road network, drainage and street lights.
title: c of o
price: n17m per plot
note: to sell minimum of 3plots at once.
call 08090730621 for inspection bookings and enquiri...
Fyi: there is an inspection fee of 1k, without which agents can't bring prospects to view the house.
exceptionally clean, lovely and comfortable 5 bedroom semi-detached duplex in a secured goodnews estate at sangotedo, ajah-lekki expressway, lagos. the features are:
-solar system (green house) for 24-hours electricity supply from the sun: total of 7.0kva inverter
a) 5.5 kva inverter, 18 solar panels, 8 quanta deep cycle solar batteries
b) 1.5kva, 3 panels, and two k-stars batteries powering a visitor's room downstairs
c) your appliances. lights, fans etc can be powered 24/7
-water is automatically pumped into the building from the sun using solar with the aid of programmable digital timer, which allows water pumping during the sun's peak hours at 1 pm
-air conditioners installed in just the small parlor and one room
-air conditioners provision in all the rooms and big parlor
-window blinds fitted in all room, bathrooms and kitchen
-ample parking of 2 cars per unit
-large living room with dinning session
-pre installed dstv cable
-fitted kitchen cabinets with inbuilt microwave, oven, and heat extractor
-video door bell intercom installed for communication with visitors
-water heaters in all rooms
-all rooms en-suite with cubicle, bathtub etc
-store by the kitchen, and a small room for your washing machine connection
-master's bedroom has jacuzzi
-car garage to park your car
-gate house is en-suite for your security guard
-police patrol in the estate day and night
-fitted modern wardrobes
-3d pvc panels fitted to beautify the stairs, and wall paper and pop stand for your tv
-bathroom's accessories, i.e., tissue holder, towel holder, beautiful mirror, and soap holder
-clean running water
-security checks at the estate gate
annual rent - n3.5m (two year rent payable upfront)
legal fee (10%) - (n350k)
agent fee (10%) - (n350k),
non negotiable refundable caution fee - n300k
annual non-refundable solar battery charge - n500k
annual service charge - 50k (30k for estate security, 13k for the replacement of digital programmable timer for the solar pumping in the event the timer gets stopped working, 7k for the two acs servicing)
total package - n4,950,000
fyi: there is an inspection fee of 1k, without which agents cannot be allowed to view the hou...
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