Inside Kenya's Sh295 million worth farmhouse ranked the most desirable development in the world
The residence is located against the backdrop of Mt Kenya, nine kilometres from Nanyuki town.
Impressive and elegant Uligani House, was ranked amongst the most desirable developments in the world this year by International View 2017, after it was featured in a publication released by property management firm Knight Frank.
International View 2017, is an annual publication which features the latest premium property within Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and America and the Caribbean.
“Before a property is listed it goes through a rigorous process to ensure that it makes international appeal and Uligani House met these standards. The property’s location is perfect as Nanyuki is now a hotspot because of its climate, accessibility, numerous activities and as a quiet neighbourhood,” said Anthony Havelock, head of agency, Knight Frank.
The residence is located against the backdrop of Mt Kenya, nine kilometres from Nanyuki town, a 2 hours’ drive from Nairobi and a 45 minute flight from Nairobi’s Wilson airport.
The $2.95 million (Sh295 million) property sits on 81.4 acres (32.94 ha) and features a four-bedroom main house, three guest cottages and a staff quarter that can accommodate five people
The location is no mistake and Kenya's super rich along with filthy rich foreigners have in the recent past relocated to discreet neighbourhoods like Nanyuki where they proceed to erect high-end luxurious homes as either holiday or retirement destinations.
• The main house is spread over 3 floors and comprises ensuite bedrooms and 2 terraces.• Additional houses provide extra accommodation and can be rented separately.• Portions of the land can be used for further development and/or commercial farming (subject to approvals).
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