Looking for the cost of building a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria? Good to have you here on Nairaprice, because here today, we’ll be bringing you the cost from start to end of building a 4 bedroom flat and bungalow in Nigeria.
Additionally, you’ll get a quotation for all the materials needed combined with their prices. More so, you’ll also get an explanation on the cost of every stage in building a 4 bedroom house in Nigeria.
That’s not all, but we’ll also present you with the estimated amount you need to build a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria.
Are you ready for all that? Let’s dive straight in then!
Building a 4 bedroom Bungalow
Although not as popular as a 3 bedroom flat a 4 bedroom flat bungalow is also a common type of living home in Nigeria as they are medium size homes and best for a small-sized family.
This type of building requires about a plot of land and also costs a fair amount when it comes to the needed materials from start to finish.
While looking to build a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria, apart from the price, there are still lots of things you need to put into consideration.
However, since you’re here for the price of building a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria, let’s start by giving you a quotation of the estimated cost per stage.
Cost of Building a 4 bedroom Bungalow in Nigeria
Here is a simple 4 bedroom bungalow quotation and how much you should be budgeting per construction process.
- Pre-construction — ₦1,000,000 – ₦2,000,000
- Construction/building — ₦1,300,000 – 2,000,000
- Roofing and Ceiling — ₦1,800,000 – ₦3,200,000
- Frames, Doors, and Windows — ₦1,500,000 – ₦3,000,000
- Flooring — ₦1,000,000 – ₦2,500,000
- Wall finishing/Plastering — ₦1,000,000 – ₦2,500,000
- Plumbing — ₦600,000 – ₦1,000,000
- Electrical installation — ₦600,000 – ₦1,000,000
- Painting — ₦600,000 – ₦1,000,000
- Overall Finishing — ₦450,000 – ₦1,000,000
- Workers — ₦2,500,000 – ₦5,000,000
- TOTAL COST — ₦12,350,000 – ₦24,200,000
NOTE: All the costs above are just estimates. By no means is this the exact cost of building a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria.
This is because the cost may vary from place to place. Also based on the current price of materials, and of course, the workers charge. That simply means the amount needed to build a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria may be lesser and sometimes higher than what you see above.
With that out of the way, let’s see the stages of these construction processes, and what makes them cost that much. More so, how much you should budget for each stage.
4 bedroom Bungalow Building Stages and Costs
Starting from the pre-construction stage, the first step in building any type of house is acquiring the land to use. For a 4 bedroom bungalow, a plot of land will do.
A plot of land should cost anything from ₦450,000 to millions of Naira depending on your location. That means if you’re looking to build a 4 bedroom flat with a spacious compound, where you’ll need more than a plot of land, you should be budgeting at least ₦750,000 for the land.
That’s not all the cost for acquiring land to build on, as you’ll also need to pay to get some paperwork like the C of O (Certificate of occupancy) and also the one to prove ownership.
Drafting the Building Plan/Structure
The next pre-construction stage is the structuring stage. Of course, you won’t need this only if you’re an architect. If not, you’ll need to pay one to get the drafting of a beautiful 4 bedroom bungalow done for you.
For this stage of building a 4 bedroom flat, you should be budgeting at least ₦100,000 and up to millions of Naira depending on the professionalism of the architect.
Once those two (above) processes are done, the next stage is the construction stage, where laying the foundation comes first. This is of course, where the real work begins.
In laying the foundation of a 4 bedroom bungalow, you’ll need to make a budget for sand, gravel, cement, water, plank, and of course, the workers’ pay.
More so, the foundation usually goes with the soakaway, so you’ll need to make a budget for that too. All these should cost anything from ₦500,000 to ₦1,000,000.
Building and Construction Stage
Now the work gets tougher in the stage of construction because this is where you’ll need to make a budget for bricks (blocks), more cement, sand, water, and also workers’ pay. All these would cost up to a million Naira or even more. Although, depending on the building’s style and design, the cost may be way lesser or higher.
The next phase is the roofing stage where you need to account for the cost of planks, roofing sheets, nails, ceiling, parapet, as well as the workers’ pay.
If you’re going for a basic roofing style, you could budget about 800,000 Naira and above, while anything from one million Naira and above should be budgeted for a fancy roofing style.
The last stage in building a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria is the finishing phase. Here, you’ll need to budget for flooring, plastering, interlocking, painting, plumbing, and electricity installment.
Based on the styles such as tiling, decorating painting, and so on, this stage could cost anything from ₦1,500,000 to 5,000,000 Naira.
Cost of Building a 4 bedroom Flat in Nigeria – FAQs
How many bags of cement do I need to build a 4 bedroom house in Nigeria?
A 4 bedroom house could require 70 to 150 bags of 50kg cement to build in Nigeria.
How much does a 4 bedroom flat cost in Nigeria?
The cost of a fully built 4 bedroom flat in Nigeria ranges from 35 million Naira to 100 million Naira depending on the location, and the style of the house.
How many cement blocks can build a 4 bedroom flat?
A 4 bedroom flat could require up to 4000 cement blocks to build.
With the constant fluctuation in prices of build materials, lands, and workers’ charges, it will be almost impossible to give you a specific cost to build a 4 bedroom bungalow in Nigeria.
However, with the estimates provided in this post, we believe this should help in knowing the budget and how much you should prepare while looking to build a 4 bedroom flat in Nigeria.