A Walk Through the Breathtaking Amara Ridge in Karen

By Vera Shawiza / January 8, 2019




Tranquility, breathtaking, distinct and luxurious are just but some of the words that can be used to describe the outstanding Amara Ridge, a sophisticated retreat that reflects that magical merging of inspiration and architecture.

Amara Ridge, an exclusive private gated community in Karen, is close to everything in Karen yet tucked away from it all. Conveniently located with easy access to Lang’ata Road and Ngong’ Road, residents have an array of amenities to enjoy, and events to keep their calendars buzzing with activity all year round.

Bomas of Kenya, Africa’s largest convention center is located right opposite Amara Ridge, the location is destined to be one of Nairobi’s most prestigious neighborhoods, offering residents unmatched leasing or resale value.

Amara Ridge is a gem, a statement, a signature… a lifestyle that embraces all that Karen is and more. Living in Amara Ridge means buying into the location, neighborhood and intended lifestyle.

Created by renowned real estate firm Cytonn Investments, the development is a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship featuring luxurious 5 Bed Room Villas of 470SqM. including the DSQ on a half an acre in an exclusive gated community of 10 Villas and a clubhouse.

ALSO READ: Join the Sharp Investors’ Tour By Cytonn Real Estate

The amenities that come with these well-designed projects include top of the world clubhouse with meeting place and children play area, a common swimming pool, an option for individual pool at your home, a gym, an entertainment area offering perfect recreational setting, abundance of water, power backup, water recycling plant for irrigation, 24-hour security with CCTV and electric fencing, DSQ for two, paved roads and a leafy neighbourhood.

Amara Ridge offers two signature home designs that exude elegance and feel of pure opulence: the classic design and the contemporary design with secondary gates and expansive well-landscaped gardens.

A simple view of Amara Classic takes one back to the ancient yet timeless feel of empirical housing structures; giving a true feel of Grecian inspired architecture. The enduring atmosphere brought about by the classic pillars and moldings on the exterior gives one an expectation of priceless Persian rugs and pottery, ancient paintings and sculptures by famous artists and ornate mirrors in the interior. It is the epitome of brilliant design and a signature lifestyle.

Amara Contemporary, on the other hand, gives more of a modern feel, disregarding historical preferences for pillars and classical moldings and going a simpler yet sophisticated appearance. Exteriors would feature minimal decorative features, choosing to stick to the beams and support structures that are necessary to keep the house standing, yet maintaining elegance and class. Large windows and open plans are major features incorporated in the design to give a feel of flexibility and space. It is the definition of chic luxury.

Amara Ridge is 100 percent complete and the project has been handed over to owners. Investors can check out this magnificent project by signing for the #SharpInvestorsTour which happens every Saturday from 11.30 am where Cytonn Investments showcase their real estate developments by their development affiliate Cytonn Real Estate.



About Vera Shawiza

Vera Shawiza is Soko Directory’s in-house journalist. Her zealous nature ensures that sufficient and relevant content is generated for the Soko Directory website and sourcing information from clients is easy as smooth sailing.Vera can be reached at: (020) 528 0222 or Email: [email protected]

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