On Saturday evening in a meeting with Senator Gideon Moi,former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC's Musalia Mudavadi,Wetangula's royal home reasonably Lifted the cloak.
Taking a sneek peek of his mansion,the charming home has transitional style design, mixe with contemporary and traditional elements to have the best of both worlds.
The home has enormous windows that attract a great deal of normal light in the lounge room that moreover highlights a chimney.
The high roof in the lounge flaunts earthy colored wooden squares fixed in an equal design which supplement the beige shade of the divider.
The home has a far reaching manicured garden that can host 100 individuals,which is not bad given that the owner is a lawmaker with generally excellent teaching.
There is little uncertainty that the fashioners of the house insightfully arranged prior to building the grand design to augment freedom of movement.
As per Knight Frank, one would require a whooping Ksh 80 million to secure a house in the area.
Miotoni has been tipped as perhaps the most sought after selective area in Kenya close to Tigoni in Limuru.
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