Kangundo Road is one of the fastest-growing areas within Nairobi Metropolitan area. The route is home to some of the best and most lucrative gateways.
Featured in this article are some of the most elegant gateways located along Kangundo Road.
1. Last village
Built with consummate elegance, the hotel offers enjoyable services with the most popular amenities including free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
During your visit, you can enjoy free parking, an outdoor swimming pool, evening entertainment as well as children’s activities.
The last village is located along the proposed Greater Eastern Bypass which connects Kangundo Road at Joska to Mombasa road at Athi River.
Along the road, before you get to Ngalalya Primary and Secondary school, Fanaka Real Estate has fully serviced residential plots – Joska Greens and Paradise Ridge all made up of 1/8 acre plots each selling at a Discounted Cash Price of Ksh 949, 000
2. Catholic Shrine in Koma hills
Komahill Shrine is located about 50 kilometers from Nairobi CBD along Kangundo road, near Nguluni in Tala ward, lies the Catholic shrine is also known as Komarock shrine.
Christians took over the place from the Kamba elders who used the shrine to offer sacrifices as well as pray for rain and protection over their land.
Strategically located near the shrine lies Dhahabu ridge a residential fully serviced project by Fanaka Real Estate with each 1/8 acre plot selling Ksh 799,000. Having such a magnificent shrine near you ensure you keep in touch with your spiritual self.
3. Kamulu Play Park
Nestled along Kangundo road at Sir Henry stage, Kamulu Play Park is excellent for poolside parties and other recreational activities popular among the youth. Not too far away from the facility lies Fortune Gardens by Fanaka, a residential fully serviced project with ready to build plots – Ksh 999, 000
Other than the recreational activities, the ritzy park provides a calm environment for a perfect family moment. You can enjoy sumptuous meals, soft drinks, snacks, and some mouth-watering nyama choma.
4. Ruai sewerage
The sewerage is located at Ruai off Kangundo road with the choice of location for the plant being due to the area’s low altitude.
With the altitude of 1,480 meters above sea level, the treatment plant stands at the lowest geographical point in Nairobi. It has been noted that soon a city is coming up on the 1,600-acre parcel of land in Ruai near the plant. The plant has also been repaired to ensure a better service to the Nairobi residents as well as a conducive environment.