The leafy suburb of Kabulonga is one of Lusaka's oldest and most elite. Property for sale in Kabulonga consists of large homes with established and well-kept gardens, many of which date back to the 1960s and 1970s. Due to its rich history, a number of the houses in Kabulonga are occupied by senior government officials and managing directors, and serve as official embassy residences.

Kabulonga is situated just 15km southeast of Lusaka's CBD, making the suburb a popular choice amongst expatriates and executives who long for quiet living but frequently travel for business. Many families live here too as the leafy streets, large plots and close proximity to an abundance of great private schools creates the ideal environment for raising children. While many of the properties in Kabulonga have remained residential houses, the area's high rates have led to a number of them being converted into luxury apartments. Additionally, the small and very exclusive suburb, Sunningdale is located nearby, increasing the value of property in Kabulonga. Browse the property and houses for sale in Kabulonga below and discover what it’s like to live in this sought-after suburb.

“As one of Lusaka's most prestigious suburbs, Kabulonga is ideal for anyone seeking a quality home with a sizable garden in a quiet, pleasant area.”

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Dining out

Dining out

Kabulonga boasts a variety of restaurants, which serve mostly Indian, Chinese and pub-style cuisine. Furthermore, the nearby Marlin Restaurant at the Lusaka Club is renowned for serving the finest steak in the country. 



The suburb has a number of small businesses, particularly those whose clientele includes the residents of Kabulonga, Ibex Hill and Leopard's Hill. 



Golf enthusiasts will feel right at home at the prestigious Lusaka Golf Club which hosts the Zambia Open, while the Lusaka Club is also within easy reach and offers tennis, squash, bowling and billiards.



The best-known craft market in Lusaka is situated in Kabulonga. With indigenous crafts, gifts and delicious food on offer, it has become a popular monthly tourist attraction.

Living in Kabulonga

Areas near to Kabulonga

Leopards Hill, Lilayi, Mass Media, Rhodespark, Roma,


The area has more than 20 public and private schools. Amongst the most renowned are Woodford Academy, Horizon Primary, the American International School and Lusaka International School – all located 15-30 minutes' drive away. 


The area has good access to three private hospitals: MKP Hospital in Kabulonga, Hilltop Hospital in Ibex Hill, and Lusaka Trust Hospital and Pendelton Family Clinic in nearby Woodlands.  


The suburb has a range of small boutiques, including hair salons, chemists and a vet. The Woodlands Mall is situated close by and boasts a supermarket, vehicle repair centre, coffee shop and a number of eateries and stores. 


Kabulonga is approximately 30 minutes' drive from the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, in Lusaka. 

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