Ngong is a town near the Ngong Hills along the Great Rift Valley within Kajiado County, located in the southwest of Nairobi, in southern Kenya. The Ngong Hills, from the eastside slopes, overlook the Nairobi National Park game reserve and, off to the north, the city of Nairobi. The Ngong Hills, from the westside slopes, overlook the Great Rift Valley dropping over 4,000 feet below, which currently occupied by new residence. Today Ngong and its environs is a well-developed outskirt providing a good residing place for many of Nairobi’s workers. It known for cool temperatures and cool wind blowing from the Hills and wind power generating turbines.
These are ready for residence 1/8th Acre or (50 by 100) Commercial plots located exactly 13.8Kms from Ngong Town Centre and 8 minutes’ drive from Kimuka trading Centre within Kajiado county. It neighbors private primary school. It is 600 Meters from the proposed Greater Southern By pass currently known as Kimuka Kisamis road which is already graded and very busy road.
Neighborhood are developed homes from where residence commute daily to work in Nairobi and Ngong town.
It is also fronting 20m road and its boundaries are well defined be hedge.
Special offer: Kshs. 660,000 for the first 5 fully paid plots
3 Months – Kshs. 695,000
5 Months – Kshs. 720,000
8 Months – Kshs. 745,000
Deposit Kshs. 100,000 Balance to be paid within 3, 5 or 8 moths depending on the option chosen. Inclusive of deposit amount.
- The price is all-inclusive of Legal fees, Stamp duty, change of user, fencing and title processing with no hidden charges
This land has freehold title deed (The title deed process takes between 6-8 months upon completion of payment.)
- Running tap water within the plots and water dam nearby
- Boarders private primary school
- Electricity within neighbors’ compound
- Access marram road
- Organized residence with existing community Nyumba Kumi
Due to Covid-19, book for a free site visit to view and select your preferred plot from the proposed subdivision map that will be shared with you.
Soil here is red which is good for both agriculture and construction. Due to availability of adequate water supply, there are a lot of farming taking place around here.
TEN POINTS ON HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT AND WHAT TO DO NEXT
1 Select your plot of your choice from the proposed subdivision map
2 Book your plot by paying the booking fee through one of our payment options (Bank or Mpesa Paybill) and the official receipt shall be issued to you
3 Fill up the letter of offer attached (Download here) and scan and send together with copy of your ID, KRA Pin, Passport Photos and email to email@example.com. For our diaspora clients, send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Offer letter are also available in our offices and will also be available during open day. Once received in the office, stamped copy shall be sent to you for your records.
4 Endeavor to complete payment within the payment duration given
5 Application for consent of land Control Board and Registration of transfer document (RL1) and a sale agreement will be shared with you for signing in triplicate
6 Title processing is done within 6-12 months upon completion of payment.
7 We will notify you when your title is ready by sharing on WhatsApp to verify your details (Name and ID) Once you are satisfied, they can be collected from our office either by you or by any person you have authorized in writing to collect it on your behalf. For our Diaspora clients, we can send it to you through a courier service of your choice.
8 We shall hand over the project to the buyers after three months of its closure and shall be willing to fence for you your plot at a fee to be shared later.
9 For those willing, we shall construct for you a house of your dream after we agree on designs and cost. The cost shall include construction, approvals and drawings in case we do it for you.
10 For mortgage arrangements, you will join our financial partner and contribute Kshs. 5,000 per month for 6 months before you qualify for a loan. The loan will be given 5 times your deposit. The same title will act as security for the loan