The Most Expensive House in Nigeria: Pictures

Although, there are many expensive houses in the world, this post will provide details of the most expensive house in Nigeria 2016, its owner, location, pictures and how much the most expensive house in Nigeria cost.


Before I go further, know that cities in Nigeria with the most expensive houses are few. These states includes: Lagos, Rivers, Cross River and Abuja, Nigeria’s capital. According to my findings, the most expensive house in Nigeria belongs to Okwudili Umenyiora. The house is located at Lekki Phase One (Oniru New Market) in Lagos.

The house which took about four years to complete cost a huge fortune and was completed late 2013. The cost of the house is estimated to be about $10 million. Most people have since argued that the most expensive house in Nigeria is not as sophisticated as it claims, it is certainly on of the most beautiful edifice in Nigeria.

Within the building, some of the house’s fascinating features includes indoor swimming pools, floor televisions, elevators to the fourth floor, and a garage with amazing decor and vehicles. The house is costlier than the most expensive hotel in Nigeria.

The owner of the most expensive house in Nigeria is also the CEO of Dilly motors, Okwudili Umenyiora (aka Mr Dilly).

More Pictures of the Most Expensive House in Nigeria


Swimming Pool




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The Author


I am simply known as Ikenwa Chizoba. A Nigerian seasoned blogger and the Assistant admin of Nigerian Infopedia. I write for one of the most outstanding Newspapers in Nigeria. A very simple person who loves writing, reading and research. "Talents comes from God alone"


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  2. Sheila

    This house dey learn work where the Deribe palace stands. Princess Diana and her husband were wowed by its opulence when they stayed as guests for two days.

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