Due to the recent increase in population growth and urbanization, the Kenyan housing sector has been unable to provide sufficient affordable housing to residents.
Motivated by its commitment to Kenyans and in line with Kenya Vision 2030 which aims to provide the country’s population with adequate and decent housing in a sustainable environment, Kenya projects have embarked on a mission of ensuring Kenyans are able to own a home with a clean title deed at reasonable prices.
We construct maisonettes, bedsitters, flats and bungalows depending on demand after a detailed consumer demand analysis. The houses range from Ksh. 800,000 to Ksh. 3 million.
Currently, our combined projects have more than 300 units of budget maisonettes in six estates namely Mtwapa Creek Estate, Ivory Court Estate, Watermark Estate, Bamburi Parkside Estate, Crown Villa Estate and Royal Palm Villas.
The average size of each unit is 28fs by 15fs ground floor with a standard kitchen and upstairs 2 standard bedrooms of about 15fs and 12fs, a toilet and bathroom and a parking bay of 15fs by 18fs at the front side of each unit.
The approved plan allows expansion of a big room on top of the parking at a cost of Ksh. 600,000. The room can act as a living room or master en-suite bedroom.