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Safaricom Investiment Co-operative Launches The Zaria Village Project

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Safaricom Investment Co-operative (S.I.C) was set up in 2009 under the Co-operatives

Act Cap 490 to pursue joint investments for its members and has been in real estate space since its inception. As an investment cooperative, SIC pursue various investment opportunities for the benefit of its members and the public at large. Over the last decades, S.IC has worked on numerous real estate projects each having between 100 to 300 units.

This morning, S.I.C has officially launched its latest project – The Zaria Village; a project aptly located in the heart of the serene and evergreen Kiambu County.

ABOUT ZARIA VILLAGE

The development has 331quarter (1/4) acre serviced plots available for sale. It is located 25 km from the Central Business District, off the Ruiru-Kiambu bypass. The development is easily accessible from Nairobi CBD, Westlands, Kiambu and Thika towns. It has great access to shopping malls and recreational facilities: It is a 10 minute drive from Thika Road Mall and enjoys easy access to Village Market, Two Rivers Mall, Ridgeways Mall,Garden City and the upcoming Tatu City ‘Mall of Kenya’.

It enjoys proximity to top notch schools such as Nova Academy, Wood Creek School and Crawford International School as well as distinguished hospitals such as Gertrude’s Children Hospital and the Aga Khan University Hospital.
Pristine house plans, designed by the country’s leading architects, have been carefully selected, incorporating both modern contemporary designs and conventional house designs.

The project has controlled system gates, surveillance cameras and around the clock security patrols. Each unit is served with adequate electricity and water connection in addition to its own bio digester sewerage system. Chic landscaping throughout the estate, provides a heavenly outdoor experience for play and entertainment. Street lighting powered by solar electricity, will pave way to refreshing morning runs and memorable evening strolls.

The Zaria Village is an investment that has greatly considered the delicate balance between flora and fauna and has focused on planting numerous trees on the project tocreate a canopy in several areas. The project also boasts of a natural flowing river – River Mukuyu and a man-made water body named Lake Zaad.

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