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Kileleshwa, Nairobi, Nairobi Metropolitan - Kenya

Real Estate in Kileleshwa

Apartments for rent in Kileleshwa:
One (1) bedroom apartments for rent in Kileleshwa range from Kes 55,000
Two (2) bedroom apartments for rent in Kileleshwa range from Kes 60,000
Three (3) bedroom apartments for rent in Kileleshwa range from Kes 65,000
Four (4) bedroom apartments for rent in Kileleshwa range from Kes 90,000

Apartments for sale in Kileleshwa:
One (1) bedroom apartments for sale in Kileleshwa range from Kes 6,500,000
Two (2) bedroom apartments for sale in Kileleshwa range from Kes 7,500,000
Three (3) bedroom apartments for sale in Kileleshwa range from Kes 11,500,000
Four (4) bedroom apartments for sale in Kileleshwa range from Kes 13,500,000

About Kileleshwa

This is a smart, middle-class Kenyan suburb, and many expatriates with children find it a relaxing, stress-free area. Kileleshwa is greener than Kilimani, Hurlingham or Ngong Road and more of the 1950s and 1960s bungalows, set in large mature gardens, have survived the modern property developers. The landscape is a mixture of aging, colonial houses built in the 1950’s and 1960’s and modern apartments and townhouses.

School and shopping

Kenton College, an international primary school, is located here. There are no supermarkets but dukas sell essentials such as fresh fruit, bottled water, toilet paper, painkillers, milk and bread. 

Transport

Only one matatu route runs through Kileleshwa, but a taxi to the city centre (4 km) should cost no more than KSh600, and to the restaurants, supermarkets and cinema in Hurlingham and on Ngong Road (2 km) KSh300. 
 

Social

The beautiful Nairobi Arboretum, which is popular with families and prayer groups on Sunday, divides Kileleshwa from the city centre. However it is not a very secure part of the city.