Cytonn Real Estate, one of the leading commercial real estate developers in Kenya has unveiled a Ksh 2.5 billion luxury residential project, as part of measures to deliver quality and aspirational real estate developments that encourage great community living.
Dubbed ‘Applewood’, the development is nestled in the heart of the exclusive leafy suburbs of Miotoni in Karen, providing an opportunity to buy into a unique development in a serene environment.
“Applewood was inspired by the success of our flagship development Amara Ridge in Karen,” said Edwin H. Dande, Chief Executive Officer- Cytonn Investments. “Our developments are client focused and Applewood is the result of extensive consultations with clients.
“This signature development shall comprise 18 luxury homes, each sitting on 1/2 acre provide spacious living areas surrounded by expansive luscious compounds. 5 exclusive villas are set on the dam-front providing an unforgettable waterfront experience.
The mix of modern and classical architectural styles blend together to form a timeless community that is Applewood Villas.” says Cytonn.
Sale of the units has already began with each gong for Kes 120 million. Construction of the development is expected to commence immediately. Applewood also comprises of a dam waterfront that offers unique views.
“With the stunning interior spaces spilling out into the expansive green courtyards, the residential development offers a serene environment for families, investors and expatriates looking for a dual lifestyle of live-play environments, said Martin Gitonga, Cytonn’s Senior Project Manager. “Applewood addresses three basic needs in real estate- privacy, serenity, and convenience. The offering is compelling to the clients,” added Martin.
Double height spaces
The double height porte cochere gives a grand sense of arrival emphasizing the luxurious design
Double height entrance lobby further accentuates the arrival experience.
Double volume living room with equally as tall windows allow for natural light to flow into the room and gives the space an ethereal aesthetic.