First, I saw magnificent castle built within the quiet and isolated area of Oba Dosonmu street, GRA ikeja. The edifice has a 2-foot thick fenced wall, expensive and beautiful chandeliers amongst other ornaments that made the house look outstanding. This author could not believe one man will build such a mansion just live inside.
Mr Dilly and wife
I would erroneously think that I have seen it all just then I came across another mansion reportedly build by Julius Berger construction company. The magnificent, beautiful white house sprawled its beauty across two plots of land in the quiet environs of Osborne, Ikoyi; just behind the Osborne Towers where EFCC uncovered $42.3m. This kind of house I have never seen before except in Pictures and movies. This house belongs to the richest black woman on earth, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija. Not surprisingly, the house is located on Alakija street just before Folorunsho Alakija street.

While there are many expensive houses in the country, one particular house has been attracting attention for some time now. And it’s been rumored to be the most expensive house in Nigeria.
The house, belonging to Okwudili Umenyiora, is obviously a product of rare architectural expertise and creativity. The house is located at Lekki Phase One (Oniru New Market), Lagos.

The house took about four years to complete and gulped a huge fortune estimated to be about $10 million. If that’s the real cost, then it might not be the most expensive house in Nigeria, but it remains one of the most expensive, most sophisticated, and most beautiful.

Some of the house’s fascinating features include floor televisions, indoor swimming pools, elevators to the fourth floor, and a garage with amazing decor and vehicles. The house was completed in late 2013.

The house is being maintained by five housekeepers, among who is a Philippine woman.


TV fixed to the floor

Indoor Garage for his Lamborghini

The elevator in the house
Exterior swimming pool


Indoor swimming pool

Main view of the house

Side view of the house

The sitting room


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