Short let Property in Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Lagos

We have a total of 2 Short let Property in Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Lagos as seen on 15 Dec 2023. These properties posted on this site are posted by real estate agents in Lagos. Refine your property search in Lagos by price, number of beds and type of property.


4 bedroom Semi detached Duplex Short let Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Lagos

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Lovely Semi Detached 4 Bedroom Luxurious Furnished House

4 BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED DUPLEX FOR SHORTLET

Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Ikoyi Lagos

Soji Ajayi
Added 15 Dec 2023

290,000

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4 bedroom Block Of Flats Short let Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Banana Island Ikoyi Lagos

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Luxury Finished 4 Bedroom Apartment With A Study Available For Short Let Within Mojisola Onikoyi Estate, Off Banana Island Road, Ikoyi, Lagos State

4 BEDROOM BLOCK OF FLATS FOR SHORTLET

Mojisola Onikoyi Estate Banana Island Ikoyi Lagos

Eka Sekibo & Co
Updated 23 Nov 2022, Added 20 Oct 2022

150,000/day

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Avg. price: N95K

What is the average price of Property Short Let In Lagos?

The average price of Property Short Let In Lagos is ₦94,967.

What is the price of the most expensive Property Short Let In Lagos?

The price of the most expensive Property Short Let In Lagos is ₦350,000,000.

What is the price of the cheapest Property Short Let In Lagos?

The price of the cheapest Property Short Let In Lagos is ₦20,000.

How many Property Short Let In Lagos are available ?

There are 2 available Property Short Let In Lagos.
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Lagos - Exploring the Dynamic Heart of Nigeria

Introduction Nestled in the southwestern part of Nigeria, Lagos stands as a city of paradoxes. It's a place where chaos and calm coexist, where the hustle of everyday life merges with moments of exuberant celebration. Lagos, the smallest state in Nigeria by land area but the largest by population and economic might, is a city that never sleeps, always bustling and brimming with life. The Cultural Melting Pot Lagos, historically a Yoruba port city, has evolved into a melting pot of cultures, thanks to migration from across Nigeria and beyond. This cultural diversity is the heartbeat of Lagos, reflected in its music, art, and culinary scene. The city is the birthplace of Afrobeat, a genre that mixes traditional Nigerian music with jazz and funk. Its art scene is thriving, with galleries like the Nike Art Gallery showcasing traditional and contemporary African art. Economic Powerhouse Lagos is Nigeria's economic powerhouse. It hosts one of Africa's largest and busiest ports, facilitating a significant portion of the country's international trade. The city's economy is diverse, with thriving industries in finance, technology, and entertainment. Lagos is also home to Nollywood, Nigeria's film industry, which is one of the largest in the world, producing films that are immensely popular across Africa and the diaspora. A City of Contrasts The city's landscape is a study in contrasts - from the opulent neighborhoods of Victoria Island and Lekki, adorned with luxury homes, to the densely populated and vibrant streets of Ikeja and Surulere. Lagos is also home to Makoko, often dubbed the "Venice of Africa," a shantytown built on stilts in the Lagos Lagoon, highlighting the city's stark socio-economic disparities. Challenges and Resilience Like many megacities, Lagos faces its share of challenges - overpopulation, traffic congestion, and infrastructure deficits. Yet, the city's resilience is evident. The Lagos State Government's efforts in infrastructural development, such as the ongoing construction of the Lagos Metro Rail, exemplify the city's commitment to addressing these challenges. A Haven for Foodies The culinary landscape in Lagos is as diverse as its population. From street vendors selling local delicacies like suya (spicy grilled meat) and puff-puff (a deep-fried dough) to upscale restaurants offering international cuisines, the city caters to all palates. The local seafood, thanks to Lagos' coastal location, is a must-try. The Spirit of Festivity Lagosians know how to celebrate. The city's calendar is dotted with festivals, the most famous being the Eyo Festival, a traditional Yoruba event filled with cultural dances, dramatic costumes, and a carnival-like atmosphere. Lagos also hosts the annual Lagos Fashion Week, showcasing the best of African fashion. Conclusion Lagos is more than just a city; it's an experience. Its relentless energy, diverse population, and vibrant culture make it not just the economic but also the cultural heartbeat of Nigeria. To visit Lagos is to immerse oneself in a city that embodies the spirit of Africa - dynamic, ever-changing, and resilient.