The leafy streets of Rhodespark are home to some of the oldest houses in Lusaka; a number of the properties in Rhodespark date back to the 1960s. Its convenient location – a short distance from both Lusaka's CBD and Mass Media's eastern retail and commercial hub – have resulted in a high demand for property from both commercial developers and families. Property in Rhodespark consist of fair sized plots coupled with stand-alone homes.

Due to its rich history and the comfortably sized residences, a large portion of the property and houses for sale in Rhodespark have been acquired by government ministers and senior civil servants. The suburb is a short drive from two major commercial hubs and as a result the land use is divided between domestic and commercial residents. However, the ease of access to services, schools and arterial roads still attracts families and those seeking property to convert to office space. Explore property in Rhodespark below to find your ideal Zambian residence.

“As it evolves from an older residential suburb into a mix of commercial and high-end residential property, Rhodespark offers easy access to amenities for businesses and families alike.”

Sharon Pongolani

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Dining out

Dining out

From traditional African and Chinese cuisine to German and Italian, the eateries in Rhodespark cater for every palate. Some of the city's oldest restaurants, including Chit Chat, Portico, Alliance Française, and Twaapandula, are all located within the suburb. 

Business

Business

As Lusaka's CBD expanded, a number of business people opted for more affordable office space in Rhodespark. The area has since transformed into a business district with a number of large office blocks being constructed. 

Leisure

Leisure

Rhodespark's leisure-seekers can enjoy the Misty Jazz Lounge, a 3D cinema, and a number of other eateries located at Levy Junction. For more options they can head to Manda Hill Shopping Mall and Arcades Mall – both located within a small radius. 

Culture

Culture

Residents who wish to discover Zambia's history can visit the Lusaka National Museum which regularly displays art and culture exhibitions. Zambian arts and crafts are also sold at the Kabwata Cultural Village where a traditional dance troupe performs.

Living in Rhodespark

Areas near to Rhodespark

Kabulonga, Leopards Hill, Lilayi, Mass Media, Roma,

Education

A number of private schools and kindergartens are located in and around Rhodespark, including Ellen Sapio kindergarten, Nkwazi Primary School, Rhodespark School, and the Lusaka International School. The Chinese school and the Italian School of Lusaka are also found here. 

Healthcare

There are many healthcare facilities in the area. Care for Business, Pearl of Health, and Fairview Medicare (with a number of specialists) are all located in Rhodespark, while The University Teaching Hospital is nearby.

Shopping

Levy Junction, a newly built shopping mall and office complex is ideal for day-to-day family shopping and leisure. Rhodespark is considered the haute couture corner of the city and a number of boutique stores are found in and around the suburb too. 

Travel

Rhodespark is a 30-45 minutes’ drive from the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. The area is bordered by the city’s main routes, including Addis-Ababa Drive, Great East Road, and Independence Avenue, providing easy access to almost any area of the city as well as multiple routes into the CBD.

For example Camps Bay or Mauritius