Kitengela Metropolitan town is located 30km from the capital center of Kenya,Nairobi. The town has been undergoing a property boom since the year 2011 becoming a real estate hub due to the high population growth rate in Nairobi. It has mainly attracted couples that are looking into owning homes and investors because the area is:

kitengela has available amenities making the place habitable. It has education oppurtunities with a variety of good schools around like Acacia Crest, Kitengela international, East African University and KAG university  among others all you have to do is pick one that is perfect for you. For your health and wellness You will also have access to good hospitals like Aga khan,Getrudes,AAR and Karen hospital. There are chains of shopping supermarkets like Tuskys,Naivas and Eastmatt for you home essenntials.All the major banks have branches in Kitengela giving you an easy time when it comes to your financial management.

The standard gauge railway project is also passing in Kitengela thus opening business oppourtunities for people around the area. In our day to day business as CHERIEZ PROPERTIES customer satissfction is usually at the top of our list of priorities. Thats why whenever we are selecting areas to build we are keen to places that offer a serene environment,good infrastructure,easy accesiibility,security,neighbouring business hubs and well developed amenities. Royal Finesse community will have access to all that Kitengela has to offer and much more...

Lets make Royal Finesse Kitengela your NYUMBANI.

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