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Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city, dubbed “The Safari Capital of the World,” and features apartments and houses for sale and to let, that speak to the cosmopolitan city’s economic boom. Development and growth has seen Nairobi’s promise of “Africa’s CBD” become a reality with international dignitaries and organisations making it their base of operations. A rich selection of properties is available in Nairobi, including villas, homesteads, houses and apartments, all for sale or let.
Each neighbourhood in Nairobi features distinct characteristics that residents identify with. These include but are not limited to the following areas:
Lavington – Homes and apartments popular with professionals due to its proximity to the CBD.
Muthaiga – Mansions, villas and bungalows for Nairobi’s wealthier residents.
Parklands – A blend of commercial and residential properties with a family-orientated community.
Riverside – Homes here feature large gardens and natural beauty.
Runda – Villas, upmarket bungalows and mansions popular with international dignitaries, politicians and investors.
Spring Valley – An accessible neighbourhood suited to expatriates who want to settle into Nairobi.
Nairobi offers everything from breath-taking sunset safaris to a secure financial playground for businesses and entrepreneurs. Markets and museums, country clubs and nightspots – Nairobi truly is an international city with an African twist. Residents are accustomed to a certain level of convenience, are never without sights and sounds to entertain and have developed a distinct lifestyle and culture. Be a part of this economically growing, richly vibrant and global city. Browse what Nairobi apartments and houses for sale or to let are available.
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R52,885 ($3,850) per month
Enjoy a cocktail at the Red Tape Club, treat the kids to a day at the Splash Water Park or roll the dice and take in a cabaret show at the Casino de Paradise.
Nairobi is perhaps the only place in the world where you can take a safari within the city. The Karura Forest and Gigiri Forest also present entire ecosystems to explore.
Residents of the city have a well developed palate due to the wide variety of tastes available, including Thai, Moroccan, Italian and local dishes. The fine dining experiences available at Talisman, Open House and Pango Brassiere are not to be missed.
The Nairobi National Museum is Kenya’s largest, while the Nairobi Gallery acts as the central platform for all significant local art to be displayed. Visit national monuments such as the Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum, Kenya National Theatre and the Kenya National Archives to discover the rich history of this country.
Areas near to Nairobi
Gigiri, Hurlingham, Karen, Kileleshwa, Kilimani, Kitisuru, Lang’ata, Lavington, Loresho, Lower Kabete, Muthaiga, New Muthaiga, Parklands Nairobi, Riverside, Runda, Spring Valley, Westlands,
World-class international schools are spread generously among the various suburbs and neighbourhoods of Nairobi, Hillcrest International School, The Oshwal Academy and International School of Kenya being just 3 of the top options available. The University of Nairobi and Kenyatta University are internationally recognised tertiary education facilities with many campuses across the city.
Nairobi features many shopping malls popular with the consumer class and international visitors. The Karen Shopping Centre, The Junction, Diamond Plaza, Sarit Centre and The Village Market are just a few.
The Nairobi Hospital is of international calibre, with links to the United Nations, and offers both speciality and general treatments. The Aga Khan Hospital and MP Shah Hospital are 2 of the many other options that service Nairobi.
Nairobi has the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport which is 15kms from the CBD and connects Kenya to the rest of the world. Nairobi’s public transportation system speaks to its development and growth as a financial centre within the country.
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