Why Kitengela is the perfect place to settle

 

Over the past couple of years, Kitengela area has grown from a plain inhabited by the Maasai, to a cosmopolitan area attracting property investors and land buyers.

From what used to be a hub for pastoralists, with cows grazing all over, Kitengela now plays host to luxury hotels, malls, internationals schools and over 5 fuelling stations among other notable developments.

It’s proximity to the newly built Standard Gauge Railway, the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, and the city has seen hundreds of people settling in the area and setting up their commercial establishments.

Among the developers lucky to get a piece of the hot cake is Optiven Limited, which has secured Victory Gardens Phase 3 – a gated community project sitting on a 100-acre piece of land.

This follows full occupation of Phase 1 and 2 of the same project.

With over 500 families expected to settle on VP3, the project is divided into portions of 50 by 100 (an eighth of an acre) going for Ksh.1.795 million.

Financial institutions from SACCOs to banks have also opened their branches in the area, hence boosting investments in the area by offering loans and financial education to locals.

Top banks in the area include Co-operative, Equity, Standard Chartered, National bank, KCB, Jamii Bora, NIC bank, Faulu, and Bima Microfinace.

Optiven, which has achieved Superbrand East Africa 2017/18, has made it easier to access the banks by ensuring a taxi bay has been set up within the garden where taxis will be parked, to offer convenience to tenants who need transport services.

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In addition to the banks, the area is expected to attract more investors due to the ongoing Konza Technocity that is only 60 minutes away in Makueni.

With a number of tourist attractions like the Kitengela Game Conservation area, and the Nairobi National park within its vicinity, the area has attracted a number of luxury hotels such as Rolf’s Place and Leleshwa inn. Others are Gray Oak Hotel and Masai Guest House.

According to Jumia Travel, Kitengela is home to atleast 18 hotels.

As a tenant in the Victory Gardens Phase 3, you can chose to enjoy your Nyama Choma from these hotels or the barbecue corner inside the gardens, dubbed the “Happy corner” away from the noise of the city.

For those interested in constructing their homes, no need to travel to the city to purchase building materials as Optiven also offers affordable construction solution at its Optiven Construction factory in Kitengela.

With the above and available labour in the area to assist you construct your dream home, then Victory gardens, which is at the centre of the fast growing Kitengela region is a perfect place to settle in.


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