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Plots of Land for Sale in Lagos Island

Excellent Land for Sale in Lagos’s Prime Location

With 20 local government and 37 Local Council Development areas, the city of Lagos retains an attraction for real estate investors and developers due to the amount of daily transactions and its array of property choices. These are built on premium plot options that have made Lagos the go-to location for viable land options.

A former capital of Nigeria, Lagos is currently the nation’s commercial capital due to its suitability for business and commercial activities. Alongside is an ample residential and recreational resources of residential. All these factors have heightened the demand for land for sale and have made the metropolis a site for unrelenting urbanization.

The development has led to the creation of central business districts that ensure even development in the conventional areas which are completely urbanized and the semi-urban locations composed of developing areas and new towns.

Lagos Island’s Land is More Sought-After than Ever

Split into Lagos mainland and Island areas, Lagos has Ikoyi, one of the most expensive real estate patches in Africa, Banana Island, Victoria Island and the Lagos Island neighbourhoods. On the mainland are Surulere, Ikeja, Omole and new towns in Isheri North. These real estate options speak volumes about the influx into a state that has the smallest amount of land for sale but remains the most populous in Nigeria.

A 1500 square kilometer plot of land for sale in Oniru Estate is available for a high amount of N160,000,000, while lower options are accessible in Trinity Gardens and Parks, Lagos island East for N300,000 (Bonanza). Both Island Locations are accessible by water and road as the Lagos Lagoon and major transport routes of Ikorodu Road and Third Mainland Bridge provide seamless connection to them.

They also enjoy the Public bus service which transports residents and visitors to and from the mainland areas to the Island. Both areas also provide inter-state options via Lekki/Epe expressway which links Lagos to South West States of Ogun and Oyo via well-maintained federal and state roads.

The intrastate routes are also home to various recreational options with shopping malls, cinemas and retail outlets providing various needs of the populace. These foreign and indigenous supplies are complemented by adequate security in the form of police and military patrols.

Lagos’s land for sale is suitable for your various needs.

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