# What is the standard size of a plot of land?

**ft**. An Acre consist of 6 plots each measuring 6 x 120ft. In Lagos State, the standard size of a plot is 60 x 120ft ( 18m x 36m ie 648sqm), while in some other cities of the country, plots are measured in 50 x100ft.

Consequently, what is the size of a full plot of land in Nigeria?

According to Nigeria's land divisions, the appropriate plot for a house construction is 100 x 50ft. A hectare is a land measuring 100m x 100m or 328ft x 328ft. It is about two and half acres. On the other hand, an acre is a rectangular plot of land with a total of 4,046sqm or **43,560sq ft**.

**standard**, however, is 100 x 100 feet although many people use 100 x 70 feet as a widely accepted

**measurement**.

In this way, how many square feet is a plot of land?

Acre is a rectangular plot of land with **4,046**sqm or **43,560 square** ft. A Plot of land is a marked out piece of land for the purpose of farming or building. The word “plot” is an arbitrary term used to describe a land division carved out for property development.

The more commercially advanced and urban a neighbourhood is, the more expensive it becomes to **buy land** at such locations. For instance, you can **buy** a **plot of land** in Ajah for N500,000 while the same **plot of land** in Ikoyi can be listed for N140 million.