Brand New Exquisitely Finished Block of 9 nos of 3 Bedroom Flat @ Atunrase Estate, Gbagada. Price is N2.5m per flat / N22.5m for the whole 9 flats.
All rooms Ensuite
Fitted Kitchen and Wardrobes
Granite finished floor tiles
Water Treatment Plant
Interlocked Paving Stones
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]
A very massive and lovely 4 bedroom penthouse flat with all room ensuite plus guest toilet, only 2 tenants to share compound, on a tarred road, at Atunrase Estate, Gbagada.Rent is 1.8m per annum or
1.5m per annum Ã 2years rent.
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