Earls Court, Ibeju Lekki Review : Lagos’ first renewable energy powered estate

A premium private green estate, Earls Court Ibeju Lekki is the first renewable energy powered estate in Lagos.

It will run on a renewable energy power supply. It is conceived to be a holiday home for discerning homeowners who desire a serene environment, devoid of noise, air pollution, and any form of encumbrance. The estate will boast of fantastic architecture, interlocked roads, underground electrification, and good drainage system amongst other standard estate feature all combined to offer the finest of living experience.

The estate is being developed by Novarick Homes. The developers saw the huge power supply gap within the country and took initiative to proffer a lasting solution using eco-friendly technology. Currently, Earls Court is a fenced large expanse of land where individuals can buy plots of land and build to taste. Available for development are 300 SQM and 600 SQM. Earls Court Ibeju Lekki is 100% dry land.

Typical property prices :

Earls court

300 sqm land – ₦1.25 million (Earls Court)
600 sqm land – ₦2.5 million (Earls Court)

Other Estates in the neighbourhood include

Oxford Estate
RichLife Estate
Lekki Free Trade Zone
Rehoboth Lakeshore Estate

Security In The Estate

The estate is gated. There’s still a lot of construction ongoing within the estate.

Traffic Advice

The main route from Earls Court to Victoria Island is via the Lekki-Epe express. Morning rush hour traffic when heading towards VI starts at 6 am. Someone working in Lekki/VI/Ikoyi and living in the estate has to leave at 5 am with the hope of cutting the Ajah traffic and getting to work on time.

Available Properties And Their Prices

Earls court

300 sqm land – ₦1.25 million (Earls Court)
600 sqm land – ₦2.5 million (Earls Court)

ESTATE FEATURES

Along with an excellent drainage system, the roads within Earls Court will be interlocked. Potable water will be available to all homes within the estate. Earls Court is set to be powered by renewable energy using underground electricity as such, there will be no noise from power generating systems. The will self-sufficient energy powered estate will run on a 24hrs electricity. The estate will also feature round the clock security. There will be spaces for recreational activities within the estate and a standby medical facility.

Home Value Appreciation

Due to ongoing construction within the Lekki Free Trade Zone, properties within the estate is expected to see an appreciation of over 30%. The option of secondary market resale is available for early buyers. The land comes with government approved excision.

Environmental Beauty

There is still a lot of building and development to be done in Earls Court. For now, it is all bushes with road paths and a few houses.

Good Schools Around The Estate

As commercial activities are very limited within the estate there is no school in the estate. However, there are many good schools along the Lekki-Epe Expressway. These schools also have boarding facilities.

Debiruss School
Caleb British International School
Laura Stephens School
Child of Promise (primary) School
Albesta Academy
Ibeju High School
Higher Ground Academy

Public Amenities

HEALTH FACILITIES

Ibeju Lekki General Hospital, Luscent Hospital, Havilah Hospital, Awoyaya Hospital, J-Rapha Hospital and First Graceland Hospital are the health facilities within the Ibeju Lekki corridor close to the estate.

BANKS

There are quite a number of financial institutions which includes bank and microfinance banks in the Ibeju Lekki area. These include Fidelity bank branch, Unity Bank, First bank and many other bank branches.

TOP BARS, LOUNGES AND HOTELS

Royal Park hotel & suites, The King’s Royal Resort and Garden, Bar Classique and restaurant, Maddison hotels and garden to name a few.

MALLS, COMMERCIAL CENTERS AND MARKETS

There are several supermarkets around Ibeju-Lekki. The closest mall is the Novare (Shoprite) Mall in Sangotedo.

SPORTS FACILITIES

No sports facilities within. But the Lakowe Lakes Estate Golf Course is a few minutes away from the estate.

Who Should Live Here

Forward thinking and upwardly mobile millennials who desire a serene environment, devoid of noise, air pollution, and any form of encumbrance. Middle/High income earning families that want to live in a serene, safe and secure serviced estate are also welcomed to acquire properties here.