See more of Linda Ikeji's ₦600 million home

Linda Ikeji shared pictures of her new home via Instagram.

Linda Ikeji's home

Last month, Linda Ikeji got a new home in Banana Island, Ikoyi.

The top blogger joined wealthy residents like Mike Adenuga, and Iyabo Obasanjo on the most expensive neighbourhood in Nigeria.

Over the weekend, Linda shared pictures of her home on instagram.

She also gave the following specs:

6 bedrooms (all rooms are ensuite – have an adjoining bathroom)Master bedroom in penthouse with large terrace on topmost floor3 Living roomsSwimming PoolCinema RoomKitchenLaundry roomNewly built3 Room Boys Quarters.

Check out her lovely home in the gallery above.

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