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Samuel Abu Street, Harmony Estate, Langbasa, Ajah, Lagos
A residential property comprising a terraced and semi-detached three (3) bungalow two (2) nos 2-bedroom flats, one bedroom flat and two (2) no lock up shops.
the property sits on land size of about 1,383sqm and located inside harmony estate, langbasa, ajah. it can be easily accessed through lekki -- epe express way by ajah bus stop
asking price: n60mill...
Two bedroom flat, downstairs. each flat has its own prepaid meter. the pumping machine has its own prepaid meter. the compound is fenced and gated and has a borehole.
- sitting room with guest toilet, balcony and entrance door.
- dining section
- master bedroom ensuite with wardrobe.
- second bedroom ensuite with wardrobe.
- three toilets altogether in the apartment.
- kitchen has cabinets and an exit door.
- water heater available.
- there is a gate house
- generator house is available
- general store is also available for all tenants.
- only six apartments in the premises. one unit left for letting.
agency fee: n85k
legal fee: n42,500
refundable caution deposit: n50k
Land ideal for residential development available for sale in a built up estate at ajah. total land size-1,194sqm with a roofed carcass structure of blocks of 4 units of 3 bedroom flat and a land with foundation lev...
Brand new 2 bedroom flat upstairs all rooms ensuite with spacious sitting room and kitchen with cupboard and cabinet pop ceiling shower bathroom modern electrical light fittings and appliances inside interlocked compound not far from interlocked ro...
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