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34 Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria

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19 units

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Cobblestone Properties & Estates Limited


March 2018


December 2019

Sisi Paris is a luxury residential apartment complex developed by Cobblestone Properties & Estates Limited. The 9-floor project is located at No. 34 on the popular Bourdillon Road in Ikoyi, where there are a number of the top luxury and ultra-luxury properties in Lagos. Some of these properties include: No 4 Bourdillon, Cuddle By Cadwell, The Vantage Bourdillon, Signatoria, Radisson Hotel Ikoyi (Formerly Chelsea Group Hotel) And Twin Rock

This development offers 19 units of luxurious serviced apartments comprising:

9 units of 3-bedroom apartment with a 2 room bq

9 units of 4-bedroom apartments wit a 2 room bq

1 unit of 3-bedroom penthouse  with a 2 room bq.

Cobblestone Properties & Estates Limited, the developer of this Sisi Paris, completed the project in the last quarter of 2019, and have also been involved in similar projects such as: Bella’s Place. The project’s Architect is Pleasant Design Concepts Limited, while Cappa D’alberto worked on the project as Main Contractors. Cappa D’alberto is a reputable contractor, and has done a good number of luxury properties some of them includes BAT Rising Sun, Osborne Towers, The Wings, Bua Group Building, Kanti Towers, The Ultimate Apartments amongst many others.

Amenities in Sisi Paris include:

  • Swimming pool

  • Children’s paddle pool

  • Massage room

  • Sauna

  • Gym facilities

  • Children’s play area

  • Water treatment plant

  • Sewage treatment plant

  • Sufficient parking slots

  • Cleaning and security services

  • Backup power generators.

The rental price of this property as at 2019/2020 are:

3 bedroom apartment - 13,000,000

4 bedroom apartment - 19,000,000

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