For the working professional, Lang’ata presents a pleasant choice of houses and apartments for let, rent and sale in an area with good amenities. Located south west of Nairobi’s CBD, the neighbourhood features some popular attractions and a well sustained infrastructure. The estates, apartments and maisonettes make it a discerning choice for business people who want to enjoy a recreational lifestyle without disconnection from the city. Bordered by the Nairobi National Park, Lang’ata features houses for rent in close proximity to popular tourist destinations.

This well-developed area is also secure, featuring the 2 affluent gated estates, Karen and Lang’ata. The property for rent, sale or to let are just as much a part of the urban centre as they are of the nature that surrounds them. The neighbourhood features many schools and campuses, which contribute to a high number of student residents. Lang’ata itself is a relatively large neighbourhood when compared with surrounding suburbs and holds significance for Kenya. See what houses and apartments to let or for rent in Lang’ata we have on offer.

Explore Lang’ata



Nairobi is Kenya and East Africa’s financial centre, with many influential international and local companies operating. Continuous developments continue to add to an already impressive business infrastructure, bolstering financial investment opportunities.



The Elephant and Rhino Nursery lets you get close to some of Africa’s largest wildlife, while the Bongani Gardens and Lang’ata Botanical Gardens are perfect for family picnics. Visit the Karen Blixen Museum for the day to discover more about Kenya. Dive into the Splash Waterworld for a fun in the sun experience.



The world famous Carnivore Restaurant is located in Lang’ata, with a meat buffet featuring giraffe, wildebeest, ostrich and crocodile meat. The rest of the area is rich in choice, from traditional Italian restaurants to local traditional dishes on offer.



The Japan Africa Culture Interchange Institute, Chinese Language & Cultural Centre and the numerous international embassies within Nairobi ensure its claim of being a cosmopolitan city. The Kenya National Theatre, Nairobi Gallery and National Heritage and Culture Centre all contribute to making Nairobi the country’s cultural ground zero.

Living in Lang’ata

Areas near to Lang’ata

Gigiri, Hurlingham, Karen, Kileleshwa, Kilimani, Kitisuru, Lavington, Loresho, Lower Kabete, Muthaiga, Nairobi, New Muthaiga, Parklands Nairobi, Riverside, Runda, Spring Valley, Westlands,


St. Francis Integrated Primary School and Karen South School are among many options for primary education while St. Austin High School and Mbagathi High School offer secondary education. The University of Nairobi and KCA University are 2 tertiary educational options among many other colleges, technikons and vocational schools in the area.


The Galleria Mall is the biggest of its kind in the immediate area, with more than enough in terms of supermarkets, boutique stores and restaurants to serve your monthly needs. The Hardy Shopping Centre and Ongata Mall are smaller, but are also conveniently located.


Nairobi Hospital is a world-class medical facility with access to both specialist and general treatments. The Aga Khan Hospital, Avenue Hospital and M P Shah Hospital are also easily accessed by Lang’ata.


20kms away from Lang’sta is The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport which is seeing the installation of a terminal to service a further 20 million visitors a year.

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