Kenya Kileleshwa Nairobi residential apartments for sale
Location: Kileleshwa Nairobi, Kenya
Luxurious 3 & 4 bedroom apartments in this most convenient area. They offer master en suites, spacious bedrooms with inbuilt wardrobes, lounge, dining next to a well designed kitchen, balcony overlooking interesting features, generous parking, sparkling swimming pool, gym,common garden, enclosed with electric fence. Excellent top quality finishing in all areas.
Prices from : Euro: 98,541 – USD : 126,020
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Note*: Kileleshwa is one of the oldest areas in Nairobi with some of the bungalows built during the 1950s and 1960s, set in large mature gardens, having survived the property developers. It is still leafy area and is quieter than its neighbors Kilimani and Hurligham. Recent developments have seen a number of apartment blocks coming up, most of which are of impressive architecture helping to maintain the place reputation of being a small, middle-class Kenyan surburb. Many expatriates with children have also found the place appealing, and the prices favourable.
Shopping can be done at the Kasuku Center, which has a supermarket, a butchery, a bookstore and a grocery store. However, for the daily essential their are a number of small Kiosks and grocery stalls along the roads and inside the residential areas.
Kileleshwa is separated from the city centre by the Nairobi Arboretum, a shady park ideal for family outings which borders the State House (Kenyan Presidents official residence). This area also has very good modern residential houses and apartments and for obvious reasons (State House) the security is top notch.
Kileleshwa is quieter and greener than Kilimani, Hurlingham or Ngong Road and more of the 1950s and 1960s bungalows, set in large mature gardens, have survived the modern property developers. However, there are also some apartment blocks. The roads are pot-holed but wide and bordered by low hedges.
This is a smart, middle-class Kenyan suburb, and many expatriates with children find it a relaxing, stress-free area. Kenton College, an international primary school, is located here. There are no supermarkets but dukas sell essentials such as fresh fruit, bottled water, toilet paper, painkillers, milk and bread.