Cool Photos Show Interior of Palatial 4-Bedroom Apartment Selling for R2 Million

Cool Photos Show Interior of Palatial 4-Bedroom Apartment Selling for R2 Million

- Photos of a four-bedroom semi-detached duplex going for R2 million have emerged online and the interior is magnificent

- The beautiful apartment is situated in Lagos, Nigeria and one of its features is a 24-hour power supply

- Apart from the permanent power supply, the apartment also has a treated water supply and it's in close proximity to a mall

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Photos of a four-bedroom semi-detached duplex going for the sum of R2 million have lit up social media.

@lekki_autos_properties shared the adorable photos on Instagram and highlighted all the features of the apartment.

Adorable photos show interior of palatial 4-bedroom apartment selling for N65m
The house is being sold for the sum of N65m. Photo credit: @lekki_autos_properties
Source: UGC

The apartment, which is located in the Orchid area of Lekki, has a 24-hour power supply and treated water supply. It has a well-fitted kitchen with beautiful cabinets and every bedroom in the apartment is en-suite.

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Architectural design

The palatial apartment is designed to satisfy people with modern taste in architecture. The structure speaks of elegance.

It has close proximity to the mall, playground, the toll gate and conservative centre, among others.

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