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Location: Naivasha Price (KES): KES 100 - KES 50m For Sale/Rent: Sale Clear
KES 75,000,000

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This absolutely stunning property perched on the foothills of the Aberdares has possibly the BEST view of Lake Naivasha we have ever seen. It sits on 9 acres of lush garden and Leleshwa shrubs with a gentle slope towards the lake. In front of the property is a newly formed 1,000acre KWS protected conservancy meaning that the view in front will remain protected. The house is a very well-built home with palatial rooms throughout and a large kitchen. As you enter through the living/dining room you are pulled through to the verandah looking out over the horizon pool towards the…

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KES 85,000,000

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This lakefront property for sale in Naivasha sits on 5.6-acres with approximately 35 meters of lake frontage and comprises of a 4 bedroom main house and a 1 bedroom EHG cottage. The main house is a double-storey house with tiled roofing. The 1st floor features 2 ensuite bedrooms at each end of the house each with their own balconies, a central single guest bedroom and 2 secure storage rooms. The ground floor features the master ensuite bedroom, a farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with a pantry and an entrance to a small rear verandah, a dining room with double doors that…

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KES 15,000,000

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2 Acre private plots with planning permission in an established wildlife sanctuary. Lake Naivasha frontage excellent for water sports enthusiasts. Ideal location for a holiday home or lock-up and leave country home. Designed & developed by a renowned landscape architect.

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KES 560,000,000

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The current development comprises of 2 spacious houses and 18 hectares of Rhodes grass, which in this climate avails two crops annually of prime quality hay. Complimenting this is a further hectare of Eucalyptus Cameldulensis which was planted in October 2008,  a hectare of neatly and ideally spaced Yellow Fever Acacia trees, planted in March 2010 which are indigenous to the area, and one hectare of neatly and ideally spaced Gravillea trees, planted in October 2011 as an investment for the timber industry.7 acres comprises of vegetable gardens, citrus groves and domestic gardens. The property contains 2 lovely colonial style…

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