Looking for premium tasty apartments in a serene environment with cutting edge architecture and finishing, the newly opened Sandworth courts in Arepo is the place to be, especially for those looking for affordable luxury.

  Located in Praisehill Estate Arepo at the boundary of Lagos and Ogun state, the estate developed by Sandworth properties seeks to reinvent the concept of old Government Reserved Area (GRA) with high- class living standards at an affordable price.

The estate is covered by a Global Certificate of Occupancy and is a five minutes’ drive from Magodo/Lagos State Government Secretariat, Alausa and fifteen minutes’ drive to Muritala Mohammed International Airport, while it is a twentyfive minutes’ drive from the business community of Victoria Island, Lagos Island Central Business District and Ikoyi in Lagos State.

   Essentially, Sandworth courts comprises of a-7 units luxury 4-bedroom premium terrace duplex quintessentially finished to suit the immediate housing need in the economy.

   Speaking at the after the official opening ceremony of the courts, the Head of Business and Project Development, Gbenga Omotosho, said the apartment is unique because of the quality of finishing, which can measure up with the best in any part of the world.

   According to him, the vision of the organisation is to develop affordable luxuries, which have been attested to by quite a number of people, who have visited especially in the type of neighbourhood.

 The apartment goes for N35 million per a unit of  4-bed room terrace and N38 million for ones at the corner piece because of extra space and comfort.

  Stressing further on the affordability of the apartments, he said, the organization was not actually out to make money but to ensure that people are given the opportunity to own a very nice befitting home.

 “When you consider the selling price of the property with others, you will find out that it is actually an affordable luxury”. He said.

   Omotosho stressed that the courts situated in a 2000 square metres, has an efficient central sewage and drainage system to cater for the estimated number of occupants with a drainage system, strategically done to ensure free flow of water.

  Other facilities provided in service apartment, he said, include a dedicated transformer for to ensure steady voltage in the apartments as well as a standby   generator as alternative source of power.

 Also, the Head of Human Resources and Administration, Tolake Ogunleye, said the project was a flagship court for Sandworth after the development of the Arena in Oshodi has witnessed great interest with one already gone, while negotiations are ongoing on the remaining six units.

She disclosed that the project completed within 7 months offers investors opportunity to own a quality house despite the recent recession. “What were are offering   is great because our the high quality and premium finishing, which most of the real estate companies did not really have.

“Our finishing is out of the place, because the house and kitchen are fully fitted with amble parking space both inside ands outside. We also have borehole but something different from the ordinary. We also provide facility management, water treatment, security and central sewage system”. She added.

 For the Head of Sales and Strategy, Alexander Osunde, Sandworth is providing a mixture of comfortable and stylish brand of housing.

 Beyond the court, Osunde said Sandworth properties also has a housing   project that will be commissioned later in Abraham Adesanya, Lekki Ajah as well as estate in Karu, Abuja, which is a mixed development comprising   of 3 bedroom bungalows, 3 bedroom flats, 2 bedroom bungalows, terrace of 4 bedrooms and 5 bedrooms.

 The spread, he said, was to ensure that every works of life could actually find a space of comfort in our products.

 According to him, looking at the trend of what the housing deficits is now in Nigeria, there is a big shift from the high-class expensive type of abode to luxury properties that are still within the reach of the common man.

On the effect of economic recession on the quality and affordability of houses in Nigeria, he said, the organization still took cognizance of the fact that the recession is still here but will not still lower the standards in terms of what the pocket of an average Nigerian can reach but still give them good quality even within their affordability