Property in Agbara Estate, Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun
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Stonegate Estate Agbara, Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun
Location: stonegate estate is situated at dangeto off alan express, along ado-odo/ota local govt. area of ogun state.
description: our s.g 2 estate is a masterpiece, where we have plots of land for sale at affordable prices, the estate sets a high level benchmark in service delivery, infrastructures, environment, functional and lofty style individual housing.
the stonegate estate scheme 2, off alan express -- it is a serene and organized environment at the boundary of lagos and ogun states, hosting presently crawford university, kings and queens estate, loral international schools etc.
it's about 15minutes drive from agbara industrial estate and the opic estate agbara.
payment plan: outright 1,250,000 per plot
installment 1,750,000 payable within 24 months
initial deposit for installment is 20%.
survey and documentation fees: 190,000 (beacon inclusive)
title of document: c of o reg no: 47/47/1004
electricity and lots more.
for inspection and purchase
Ogun state, Nigeria has 19 Local Government Areas (LGAs) and Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area is one of them with its headquarters at Ota (Otta). It was createdÂ on 19th May, 1989 following the merging of Ota, part of the defunct Ifo/Ota Local Government with Ado-Odo/Igbesa Areas of the Yewa South Local Government. Ado-Odo/Ota borders on metropolitan Lagos. It is the second largest LGA in Ogun state. Ado-Odo/Ota dwellers engage in the production of cash, food crops as well as mineral resources which include: cocoa, kola nut, palm oil, coffee, cassava, timber, maize, vegetables, kaolin, silica sand, gypsum, and glass sand.
This area is mainly populated by Awori People, a subset of the Yorubas and the original inhabitants of the area. Other tribes here include: Egba, Eguns, and Yewas (Egbados). There are currently eleven Traditional Obaship institutions in the Local Government Area namely: Olota of Ota, Olofin of Ado-Odo, Oloja Ekun of Igbesa, Onilogbo of Ilogbo, Alagbara of Agbara, Amiro of Ilamiro, Onikooko of Kooko Ebiye, Onikogbo of Ikogbo, Onitekun of Itekun, Onigun of Odan Abuja and Olodan of Odan Abuja Sule