This is a large 4 bedroom house with an open…
Ksh180,000 per month
Upper Hill, Nairobi, Kenya
Ksh25,000,000 Distressed Sale
Nairobi’s most valuable apartment is available on the market for sale. The property is located in Upperhill and is a blend of class, convenience and fine living.
The 3 bedroom apartment is tastefully furnished and fully serviced. The open plan apartment comes with all electric fittings including a 6 burner cooker, washing machine, dish washer, television set and a double door fridge. The kitchen is set with cabinets and granite table top. The living area has a set of leather seats and a full set dining table. All rooms are ready with beds and the closets extensive. The apartment has floor to roof windows to allow natural lighting. The living area has sliding doors that open up to an balcony with gorgeous views. All floors are wooden and recently shellac polished.
The apartment also has a laundry area complete with a washing machine and a drier. Access is via through the elevator or the stairway. The property is located in a gated estate with amenities including a spa, a sauna, a club house, restaurant, lobby and gardens for picnics. Each apartment comes with parking for 2 cars. Security is provided by 24 hour guards, CCTV and a high perimeter wall. The estate is in a quiet environment and all roads are paved. The estate is well managed and all rooms are maintained on a daily basis to ensure comfort of the users. The estate management also provides shopping options for tenants.
The apartment is walking distance to Radisson Blu hotel, The Nairobi Hospital, CBA Bank Headquarters, Strathmore Business School and The Nairobi Club. The apartment is 10 minutes drive to Wilson Airport. The British High Commission and the Embassy of Japan are also a stroll away. Leisure, recreational and lifestyle facilities are also available in the areas.
The property already has a tenant on a long lease with rental income of ksh 270,000
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