Chris Kirubi House and Cars: A few months ago, the Kenyan billionaire Chris Kirubi who died on June 14, 2021 gave Kenyans a preview of his lavish home and expensive car collection. Mr. Kirubi did this during the Sunday edition of Churchill Show’s The Journey Edition, which aired on NTV.
The late Mr. Kirubi’s Vipingo Ridge Villa is the dream home that not too many people can afford. His media house describes it as follows:
“From the jaw dropping infinity pool which has two levels and overlooks the picture perfect tropical green forest consisting of enchanting palm trees in the horizon capturing your attention the moment you walk in, to the airy, sunlight-filled surrounding with lots of open spaces and light coming in, this Villa simply is a master piece of luxury and comfort.
It’s an ultra-modern Scandinavian functional family home that is 750 sq meters with a refreshing mountain air all around. It celebrates natural light in a place where there is plenty of sunshine all throughout the year.”
When he purchased the mansion, Capital says that Chris Kirubi made some adjustments; he extended the pool from one to two levels and installed an extensive solar powered system (ecofriendly). The entire Villa runs on solar power; from the lighting to the infinity pool pump, to the air conditioning- everything in the Villa.
“The house has 5 bedrooms, all private, en-suite with every room having its own terrace and balcony. The master bedroom is a piece of magic; it has its own well-seasoned mvuli staircase, state of the art design which makes it elegant and timeless.
The White walls, wood floors, modern furniture, and a lack of clutter truly makes this a luxurious and oh-so dreamy Scandinavian aesthetic- a dream home indeed,” says Capital, which is owned by Kirubi.
Chris Kirubi House and Cars: All house photos courtesy of Capital FM.
Apart from this mansion, which is certainly one of the many he owns, Mr. Kirubi was also famous for his love of luxury cars.
All his high end vehicles bear his trademark initials CK on their customized number plates.
The vehicles include Mercedes Benz Maybach, Range Rover, a customized Bentley Bentayga W12 Signature, and a Mercedes Benz M Class AWD ML350 4MATIC.
Kirubi was among the first Kenyans to import a brand new Maybach.