The Evernest is a development that would future major attractions like the Lagoon Front, Private jetty, carnival arena, games arena, chalets and residential estates.
A breath of fresh air
The Evernest is an awesome experience with Nature and its finest. It is not just a home, it is UNPARALLELED LIVING. The Evernest is the ideal holiday destination home for you and your family. An investment plan that would serve you well into the future and help you build generational wealth
Take a deep breath and
align with nature
A breath of fresh air, a scintillating feeling ascending upon you in an atmosphere of bliss and serendipity. Nature calling out to you, the scent of rain, lush, and flourish, the whispers of the birds around you. That calming feeling washing over you in this quite and serene place, washing away all the hustle and bustle stress from the busy Lasgidi roads.
The Evernest is an awesome experience with Nature and its finest. It is not just a home, it is UNPARALLELED LIVING.
Key Features Of
The Evernest Estate
Evernest is a masterpiece of premium living designed to ensure that you have the best living experience possible. The Estate is located in a serene, beautiful, and fast-developing area in Igbonla Epe, Lagos. With major infrastructural developments like the Dangote refinery, Alaro City, Yaba Tech Epe Campus, International Airport all along that axis, this estate is a perfect short and long term investment opportunity. It doesn’t matter whether you are buying to build, or buying to own, you are guaranteed to get maximum value for your money.
A lifetime investment opportunity
Why You Should Invest In Evernest
In Ibeju-Lekki, there are on-going and proposed industrial developments such as the Dangote Refinery which is
expected to be the world’s biggest single-train facility and estimated to cost $9bn. It covers a total area of 2,635ha on the Lekki Free Zone near the Lekki Lagoon, enabling easy shipment of refined petroleum products to international markets.
The refinery is expected to double Nigeria’s refining capacity, largely to accommodate the pressing demand for fuel and export to foreign markets in and out of Africa. A fertilizer plant is also included in the refinery complex, to fully utilize the raw materials released from the refinery.