The current development comprises of 2 spacious houses and 18 hectares of Rhodes grass, which in this climate avails two crops annually of prime quality hay. Complimenting this is a further hectare of Eucalyptus Cameldulensis which was planted in October 2008, a hectare of neatly and ideally spaced Yellow Fever Acacia trees, planted in March 2010 which are indigenous to the area, and one hectare of neatly and ideally spaced Grevillea trees, planted in October 2011 as an investment for the timber industry.7 acres comprises of vegetable gardens, citrus groves and domestic gardens.
The property contains 2 lovely colonial-style houses. The first house, Nduni House, is cleverly built around two 20-foot containers. With three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, dhobi, stores, dining room, sitting room and front verandah, the house is spacious and charming. Behind the house are beautiful views of the Mau Escarpment and Eburru Forest whilst one can enjoy Lake Naivasha and Mount Longonot from the verandah at the front. The stunning house features a wonderful garden and barbeque site.
The larger house, Ndoto House features an entrance hall, a lovely sunny courtyard surrounded by four double bedrooms, an enormous sitting room with a second sitting room on a balcony above, and an indoor and outdoor verandah overlooking a large and beautifully manicured garden. The spacious kitchen with two stores is ideally situated close to two very large dining rooms.
The property also features staff quarters in the form of four single-roomed accommodations and two double-roomed accommodations. These have solar electricity, a large sheltered sitting/cooking area, a hygienic long-drop toilet, and a shower providing solarized hot water and cold water. This land is freehold.