This beautiful historic home that sits on 1.3-acres is 100years old and was originally built by the Italian’s who came to Kenya during the war and with the building of the railway. Bought by the current owner 35 years ago, he painstakingly restored this heritage home brick by brick in a long process keeping it and it’s history intact.
The characterful home is located in Whisper’s Avenue, offering easy access to the United Nations and comprises of 5 bedrooms (3 upstairs and 2 as a separate building across the courtyard), 2 ensuite bathrooms, an expansive living room, verandah, formal dining room, kitchen and a 2 bedroom guest cottage with 1 bathroom (currently rented out). The mature garden, bombax trees and fish ponds are a haven for bird and small animal life.
There is electric fencing around the property and 1 boundary is shared with the Karura Forest.