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Houses in Langata: Affordable Living

Langata is a populous neighbourhood located about 18 kilometers south of Nairobi’s central business district. It is a vast stretch that is subdivided into gated estates with different housing developments. It borders Karen and Ngong Township. The completion of the southern bypass is set to ease traffic snarl up along Langata road and make it easier to access Nakuru- Nairobi Road, Mombasa Road and the Jomo Kenyatta International airport.

In the past, Langata was mostly made up of houses for sale and rent. Just like its neighbours Karen and Ongata Rongai. Today, the neighbourhood is a mix of houses, flats and commercial properties. In fact, the apartments in Langata are some of the most sought after because they are very affordable. The commercial spaces available in this area are suitable for setting up shops, supermarkets and service premises such as banks, bars and restaurants. Some of the known estates are Rubia, Southlands, Dam Estate, Saint Mary’s. and many others. The region is also known because it is home to the Bomas of Kenya, Wilson Airport, Uhuru Gardens, the Weston Hotel, Carnivore Restaurant and a myriad of other popular hangout joints.

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The houses for sale in Langata include bungalows, townhouses and maisonettes. They mostly come with 2 to 4 bedrooms all fitted with shelves and wardrobes, spacious dining and living rooms and fitted kitchen. Additionally, sufficient underground and overhead water storage. Most of these Langata houses for sale are found within gated communities which are guarded both day and night. Overall, the suburb is a safe area to live.

In 2015, getting a Langata house for sale, and particularly a 3 -5 bedroom unit, would cost one anything from KSh 20 million to KSh 50 million. Many of these come with a servants quarters, which one can rent out to get extra money. These homes also come with spacious parking lots and a little piece of land which one can turn into a vegetable garden or playground.

Within the location, there are many shopping complexes such as Uchumi Supermarket and Nakumatt Galleria, as well as small markets and food stands where residents can acquire their daily basic items. The region also has many health facilities and educational institutions which include schools, mid-level colleges and universities such as Catholic University.

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