Loresho is a plush, leafy neighbourhood that lies 8km west of Nairobi’s City Centre, bordering Kangemi and Kibarage. In the 1960s, Loresho was a coffee farm and has since grown into a high-end residential area with a range of properties suited to discerning buyers.

There’s a charming mixture of older, established properties amidst an impressive collection of newer buildings that add to Loresho’s character. There are a few apartments in this area but most houses for sale offer ample garden space and up to 5 bedrooms, making property in Loresho an attractive choice for families or those seeking a bit more space. Most of these large homes are well-fenced and those located in quieter roads benefit from vehicle security patrols. Loresho offers houses for sale as well as a choice of rental options which provide comfort and affordability in a tranquil environment just 20 minutes from the CBD. Take a look at what’s available in our listings to begin your search for the perfect house for sale in Loresho.

“Loresho is an up-market residential suburb Located on the outskirts of the City Centre, home to the Vet Lab Sports Club and surrounded by beautiful green areas scattered with coffee and tea plantations."

Rosie Barrow, Area Specialist, Pam Golding Properties Kenya

Explore Loresho

Local cuisine

Local cuisine

The Zen Garden Restaurant and the Bella Villa Kitchen are popular local restaurants located along Loresho Ridge where you’ll also find even more dining options to suit any taste. 



Notable businesses within Loresho include the Department of Veterinary Services, the headquarters of Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, Eco Business Analysis Limited, The Web Limited Group and the Kenya Sugar Board.



Loresho is perfectly positioned for nature lovers to explore the surrounding area as it’s just 3km from the KARI headquarters, a 3 minute drive from Kangemi Dam and Upper Kabete water pond and close to the Kabete Springs.



The Vet Golf Club is very popular in this area and has attracted quite a number of golf lovers from locals and visitors from further afield. Another favourite spot to get your eye on the ball or enjoy some sport is the Cambi Football Field. 

Living in Loresho

Areas near to Loresho

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


In the immediate area, you’ll find Loresho Primary School, The Nairobi School and the Kenya Police Training College. 


Visit Loresho Shopping Centre, JDS supermarket or the well-appointed department store in Loresho Ridge where everything from day to day household items, furniture, fashion and lifestyle shops are on offer.


The Lion’s Eye Centre provides specialised treatment and the Sunbeam Medical Centre located along Kapatagat Road operates 24/7 to service the community.


Most roads surrounding Loresho are paved and there is minimal traffic to nearby residential regions. The CBD can be accessed in 20 minutes via Kapatagat Road, where there is also a bus terminal for commuters and day visitors.

For example Camps Bay or Mauritius