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Land prices per acre in Nairobi and its environs (Updated 2019)

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Land Prices in Kenya: Prices per acre in Nairobi and its environs:

Upper Hill has the most expensive land at Sh. 558.3 million per acre and Kiserian lowest at Sh. 7.1 million per acre.

Here is a list of land prices in Nairobi per acre:

Donholm Sh. 70 million

Eastleigh Sh. 293.9 million

Karen Sh. 59.8 million

Langata Sh. 61.2 million

Kileleshwa Sh. 306.3 million

Lavington Sh. 237.8 million

Athi River Sh. 12.6 million

Syokimau Sh. 20.4 million

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