There are some fascinating areas in Nairobi, Kenya that has been referred to as 'the paradise.' Every individual always dream to live in these places. However, living in these areas requires one to be heavily loaded with good amount of money. Because this, such places have been left for higher social class individuals like celebrities, business tycoons and politicians.
These regions are highly secured from any misconduct as every homestead has employed a security guard. In these areas, an acre of land goes at around KSh 155 million to KSh 220 million. Also, every homestead has a perimeter wall for security and privacy purposes. Their environment is always green with well manicured lawns.
These interesting places includes;
This estate is known of having glamorous villas and expensive mansions. The area is also situated next to several malls and many other recreational amentities that attracts the rich.
It is the estate that host most of Kenyan politicians. For instance, Deputy President and former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga resides in this estate. Most of the homes have perimeter walls and we'll manicured lawns. It was the place for the colonies during the times of colonisation.
The name Runda is an abbreviation for Reserved United National Development Areas. Renting in this region goes at Ksh 400,000 for the smallest apartments.
The area is known for hosting young rich individuals today. Initially, it used to be the home for whites during the colonial period. It has many international schools, shopping malls and financial institutions.
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