The impressive real estate project taking the market by storm

A 10-minutes drive from Kitengela town, just 2 miles off the Namanga transnational highway is Victory Gardens Phase 3 – a project by real estate pacesetters Optiven limited sitting on a 100-acre piece of land.

With over 500 families expected to settle on the land, the project is divided into portions of 50 by 100 (an eighth of an acre) going for Ksh.1.795 million.

With ongoing development in the area, the property is likely to appreciate to over Sh. 2 million in the next 2 years and up to 8 million in 5 years.

Located only 16.2 miles from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the ambitious project is home to unique value additions never seen before in previous Optiven projects where the value additions usually include water systems, power and roads.

                                                  Solar lights along the internal murram roads at the garden

Looking from a distance, tenants of Victory Gardens phase one and two have began construction of the magnificent homes that they once dreamt of.

The pacesetters are now giving you an opportunity to own this masterpiece!

A place of tranquility, VP3 is in close proximity to Kitengela town, a fast growing business hub, just a few kilometers from Nairobi’s Central Business District, where one can access fueling stations, shopping malls, hotels, banking facilities and schools among other key facilities and amenities.

On arrival, right from its main gate, the first thing that catches your eye is the well murramed internal roads bordered by trees and solar street lights with a cycling track on the sides.

                                                  Internal Murram road, right from the main entrance of Victory Garden

An artificial river cuts across the gated community with a commercial center.

Located in a serene environment, the commercial centre will host entrepreneurs prolong key goods and services to the tenants, while the peace park will have trees to give it a great ambience, perfect for unwinding.

On the far northern end of the garden is the “Happy corner”, a space set-aside for tenants to bond with each other over meals and snacks as children have fun in the play compound neighboring the peace park.

                                                                         Artificial river cutting across the garden

As a tenant, this barbecue corner, dubbed the “Happy corner” is the place where you will get to enjoy your  nyama choma, in the comfort of your gated community.

This aside, the project will have a provision for a taxi bay where taxis will be parked, to offer convenience to tenants who need their services.

To offer flexibility on the payment and to avoid paying more when you can pay less, Optiven Chief Executive George Wachiuri told BizNews that all you need is to deposit Sh30, 000 as commitment fee with Optiven and pay the rest in installments of up to 36 months.


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