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Land for sale in Apapa Lagos with 24 Hours Security

We have a total of 6 Land for sale in Apapa Lagos with 24 Hours Security updated on 15 Jan 2020 . Among these properties are houses, lands, shops, apartments, flats and commercial spaces in Apapa, Lagos. Every Real Estate in Nigeria posted on this site is verified by real estate agents in Apapa, Lagos. We also have cheap houses for rent in Apapa, Lagos and cheap houses for sale in Apapa, Lagos. Refine your property search in Apapa, Lagos by price, number of beds and type of property

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Land for sale in Apapa

Land for sale in Apapa can be used to construct various residential buildings like bungalows, duplexes, a block of flats and so on. It is not uncommon to find old buildings being pulled down to make space for new ones. Commercial structures can also be built on the land for sale in Apapa. Apapa has turned into a region that suits both businesses, social and private development consistently.

Apapa is a part of Lagos state, under the Apapa local government region of the state. It is an essential range to the business prosperity of the state as well as the nation all in all. Apapa is likewise home to different ports and terminals worked by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), including the significant port of Lagos State and Lagos Port Complex (LPC).

Apapa is home to the Lagos port that handles most of the import and fare exercises in Lagos state and also in Nigeria. Apapa can be found on the western territory of the Lagos Island and it has two essential passages, Mile2 - Tin Can turn and the Ijora centre point.

Price value of the land for sale in Apapa differs as the size of the land, the area and some other factors affect the price of the land. Starting with N15,000,000 you can get a plot of land in Apapa and the price could run into billions of Naira.