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CHRISTAL VILLA QUEEN’S COURT

If you have ever wish to own a home which inculcate luxury in a secure environment then think Christal Villa Queen’s Court.

LOCATION:
SHAPATI LEKKI LAGOS

AMENITIES
Street Lights
Electricity
Perimeter Fencing
Portable Water
Drainage
Road Network
Recreational Facilities and many more.

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NEIGHBORHOOD
Cherry Manor
Beachwood Estate
Towns Ville
Meridian Park
Auto Nation
Lakowe Lake Resorts

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PRICE:
N5,000,000
(2 months is considered as outright)
3 months : N5,500,000

For more information and payment details, please send an email.

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Ibeju Lekki, Lagos, Lekki, Property, Real Estate

LEKKIVALE ESTATE, IBEJU LEKKI

Located opposite the proposed Lekki Airport, along the Lekki Epe Expressway, Ibeju Lekki. LekkiVale estate, spread across 6 hectares of dry land is a low density residential development, offering an enviable lifestyle in the heart of the new urban power house.

LekkiVale Estates offers the perfect environment for family living. Our tastefully planned layouts makes provision for modern facilities where you experience comfort and luxury at its peak.

LOCATION:
Bolorunpelu opposite the new Lekki International Airport
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PRICE
450SQM N3,750,000
600SQM N5,000,000

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FACILITIES AND AMENITIES
• 24 hours professional/top notch security
• 24 hours power – central power generator
• Treated and constant water supply
• Sewage treatment
• Recreational areas
• Street lights
• Well planned paved roads and drainage
• Facility management

For further enquiries, send an email.

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Ibeju Lekki, Lagos, Lekki, Property, Real Estate

WEXFORD ESTATE IBEJU LEKKI

You will love this charming Estate with spectacular panoramic views and a hideout from noise and chaos associated with most part of Lagos.

This estate offers 600sqm (60ft by 100ft) generous spaces to move about (without losing that quaint, cosy atmosphere).

Wake up each morning to awe-inspiring sunrises in the East of Lagos new Dubai city and drift off to sleep each night with the tranquil sounds of nature. Situated in a friendly community with exciting neighbours.

LOCATION:
Itamarun, Ibeju Lekki, 5 minutes’ drive from the Dangote Refinery and 1 minutes from the Dangote Ferry
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SIZE:
600sqm
PROMO OFFER:
BUY 5 GET 1 FREE
PRICE:
N900,000

WHY BUY INTO WEXFORD HOME?
• 100% Dry Land
• Quick Return on Investment
• Strategic Location; 5 Minutes’ drive from Dangote Refinery
• Excellent estate facilities
• Free from encumbrances

For further details, send an email.FB_IMG_1534823546262.

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Real Estate Professionals Advocate Use of Alternative Building Materials

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DAYO AYEYEMI

Nigeria is blessed with many natural resources such as land, sharp sand, laterite, granite, iron ore and wood of various types, yet it still depend largely on foreign materials for housing construction after five decades of independence.

Except sand, granite and wood, most of the finishing materials such as tiles, glass, roofing sheet, doors, sanitary wares, locks, lightings and pipes, including labour are being imported into the country.

Over dependence on foreign materials by government and home builders, housing experts say is one of the major factors responsible for high cost of houses in the country, aside from high cost of land and money.

Worried by the high price tags on housing units, experts comprising developers, builders, architects, town planners and manufacturers are currently canvassing the use of alternative local building materials to arrest the trend.

They noted that despite the manufacturing of different types of machines for local brick’s production, roofing sheets and research on alternative cement by the Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NIBRRI), lack of patronage has weighed on the agency of government.

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Some of these materials include sun-dried bricks (adobe), cement stabilised bricks/blocks, interlocking laterite blocks, burnt clay blocks, clay roofing tiles and NBRRI brick/block making machines.

As at now, Nigeria has over 17 million housing deficit and would require 740, 000 units built annually in the next 20 years to bridge the gap.

Speaking with the New Telegraph in Lagos, first Vice President of Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB), Mr. Kunle Awobodu, said that apart from public apathy, lack of awareness on affordable and alternative building materials have not helped matters.

According to Awobodu, if NIBRRI has researched into alternative cement for housing, it should be publicised and made available in the building materials’ market for public use.

“If the alternative building materials are affordable and available, nobody will jettison them. They should make them available in the market,” he said.

The first vice president said that when materials are produced locally, there is tendency the cost would reduce.

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