# Different Land Sizes in Nigeria (Plots, Acres & Hectares)

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95 It is always very confusing trying to identify the different land sizes and measurements, especially in Nigeria. If you are looking to buy land anywhere in Nigeria you will find out that there are different sizes of a plot and it is not what you imagined it would be.

This blog post would definitely enable you to identify the different sizes of land in Nigeria.

Land is measured in Hectares, Acres, Meters, and Feet in Nigeria. These metrics are impacted by a variety of variables, including as economic development and investment patterns, environmental and social issues that may cause mass migration, and the artificial scarcity of land suitable for development.

## Plots

What is a Plot of land?

A plot of land is an area that has been marked out. According to Nigeria’s land divisions, a plot measuring 100 by 50 feet is ideal for building a house. A hectare is a plot of land that is 100 m by 100 m, or 328 ft by 328 ft. About 2.5 acres make up the area. On the other hand, an acre is a rectangular piece of land that is 4,046 square meters, or 43,560 square feet, in size.

So, what is the standard plot of land in Nigeria?

The definition of a plot in the dictionary is a designated area of land used for farming or construction. A land divide created for property development is referred to as a “plot” arbitrarily.

The size of a piece of land might vary for a variety of reasons, but in Nigeria, the ideal plot for building a house is 100 x 50 feet, which can fit a typical house with a modest compound.
Various units of area are used to better understand how land is divided in Nigeria are:

## Acres

What is an acre?

A common unit of measurement for land sales is an acre, which is nearly equal in size to a regular football field. Any rectangular piece of land that yields a total of 4,046 square meters (43,560 square feet) is considered an acre.

The aforementioned divisions represent a portion of an acre in terms of land measurements, hence a plot can be:

50 x 100ft (15.2 x 30.5m) or 463.6 square meters (meaning there are 8.7 plots of land that measure 463.6sqm in an acre)

18.3 x 36.6 m / 60 x 120 ft / 669.8 square metres (meaning there are 6 plots of land that measure 669.8sqm in an acre)

100 x 100 ft / 30.5 x 30.5m 930.25 square metres (meaning there are 4.3 plots of land that measure 930.25sqm in an acre)

## Hectares

What is a Hectare in real estate?

One of the least understood units in the metric system is the hectare, which is a plot of land with dimensions of 100 m by 100 m (328 ft by 328 ft). About 2.5 acres or 15 plots of land make up a hectare.

## Frequently Asked Questions

#### What is a 100 by 100 Plot of Land in Square Meters?

This equals a plot of land that is 900 square meters in size and measures 30 meters by 30 meters. This equates to two plots.

#### What is a 60 by 100 Plot of Land in Square Meters?

This is equivalent to a plot of land that is 540 square meters in size and measures 18 meters by 30 meters.

#### What is a 60 by 120 Plot of Land in Square Meters?

This equals a plot of land that is 648 square meters in size and measures 18 meters by 36 meters.

#### What is a 60 by 60 Plot of Land in Square Meters?

This is equivalent to a plot of land that is 324 square meters in size and measures 18 meters by 18 meters.

#### What is a 50 by 50 Plot of Land in Square Meters?

This equals 225 square meters of land that is 15 meters by 15 meters in size.

#### What is the Size of a Half-Plot of Land in Nigeria?

Remember there are a number of variables that affect how big a half plot of land is in Nigeria. However, depending on the area, it may be 9m x 36m, 8m x 30m, 18m x 18m, or 15m × 15m. This equals 30 feet by 120 feet, 60 feet by 60 feet, or 50 feet by 50 feet, or roughly 324 or 225 square feet.

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