WHY YOU SHOULD INVEST IN NANYUKI
Nanyuki is the face of Laikipia County, which seats at the armpit of Mt Kenya. It is sandwiched between Meru and Nyeri counties.It has long been dominated by ranches, conservancies, and pastureland. Investors are changing this to a real estate market and holiday destination.
Its diverse hospitality is a plus for the town. The demand has seen Nanyuki attract housing developments that will be a home in a Nairobi high-end suburbs
Below are some of the reasons why Nanyuki is a hot spot for real estate.
The Lamu port/South Sudan/Ethiopia Transport corridor (LAPSSET)
Lapsset is the first single Gigantic, Integrated, Transformative and Game-Changer infrastructure Project the Government has initiated and prepared under Vision 2030 Strategy Framework without external assistance. The project which is already underway is set to pass through Isiolo, a few kilometres from Nanyuki positioning it to grow even further. This will see the value of land in Nanyuki appreciate exponentially over the next few years.
British Army Training in Kenya(BATUK)
Commonly known by locals as ”Johnny” BATUK is a permanent training support unit for British Army based mainly in Nanyuki, 200 km north of Nairobi, but with a small rear element in Kahawa Barracks, just outside Nairobi. It provides the logistic support to visiting units and consists of around 56 permanent staff and reinforcing short tour cohort of another 110 personnel.
The British Army recently acquired a 500 acre land parcel on a 99 year lease from the Kenya Defence Forces where they have set up a training military base. Consequently, this has seen the demand for residential developments swell, and as this demand is met through development of the area, the land value gradually appreciates.
Apart from the British Military, the Kenya Defense force and Kenya Air force
Did you know that Nanyuki holds a special place in Prince William’s heart? Yes Prince William who is second in line to succeed his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, after his father.
Nanyuki is where he entered into a “pretend engagement” with Jessica Craig before coming back years later to propose to his then girlfriend Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge at Rutundu Log cabins in Nanyuki. It is this same region where his grandmother Elizabeth was when she found out she would be Queen.
With over 10 conservancies, with the most sought after being Ol Pejeta, Lewa conservancy and Mount Kenya wildlife conservancy, Nanyuki offers you a unique chance to experience more than 80 species of wildlife for example Elephants, Lions, Zebra, Giraffe among others. Nanyuki is home to exquisite hotels and resorts such as the Fairmont Mt. Kenya Safari club, Falcon heights just to name a few. With holiday home developments such as Mukima ridge, Mt. Kenya wildlife home, the Maiyan and Enaai golf resort, Nanyuki’s real estate sector is only going to grow.
An interesting fact about Nanyuki is that it is home to the only bear in Africa and Its waters are natural,straight from Mt. Kenya, with very cold temperatures ( No need to refrigerate).
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