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Why you should consider investing in Daykio Bustani

By Rading Biko | May 9th 2019 | 3 min read
By Rading Biko | May 9th 2019

When you are thinking of building that retirement or family home away from the capital -Nairobi then think no more, Daykio Bustani home project is the ideal investment for you. Located just about 3.5km on Kiganjo road off Thika Superhighway Exit 13, an aura of tranquillity and good ambience welcomes you to Daykio Bustani, a project of Daykio Plantations Limited.

The beauty of the already completed houses is captivating and the green fence around the 200-acre land gives a functional meaning to its name, Daykio Bustani.

“When I came here for site viewing, I knew that this is the place to buy land and build. I was delighted by the cool environment, good roads accessibility and the fact that it is strate-gically located close to several amenities such as schools, shopping malls and health centres. It’s only 35 minutes from Nairobi, CBD,” says Evanson Mwangi, a Daykio client.

Since the establishment of Daykio Planta-tions in 1986, the company has been committed to enabling individuals to own land and build while incorporating excellent service delivery. For three decades now, the company has held onto one tenet- make it easier for you to build and become.

Evanson, like many other residents who have already bought land and put up houses, is draw-ing inspiration from one of the nine architectur-al designs provided by reputable architectural firms - Waweru & Associates designs, Gitutho Architects and AAKI consultants.

Keen on fulfilling its promises to esteemed clients, Daykio is making a lot of progress to ensure that Daykio Bustani transform into a family-oriented community while integrating state of the art facilities.

The first phase of street lighting has already been completed and the second phase is set to be completed by the end of the year. What’s more, there is piped water on the plots making it easy for construction work. Notably, Daykio Bustani is on red soil making it cheaper for you to lay foundation compared to other black cot-ton soil.

The playground, which is on a 2-acre piece of land, is in the process of being cleared and works to tarmac the main road and cabro pav-ing on all internal roads is in progress.

Progressively, the gated community will be home to several amenities and recreation cen-tres. They will include a primary school, a church, a shopping mall, health centres and so-cial places.

Besides the availability of the diverse conveni-ences, it is also close to JKIA. While using the Ruiru Bypass, it will take you less than one hour to the airport.

According to Peter Githu, Daykio Bustani project representative, buyers get to enjoy fully serviced plots - water, electricity and perimeter wall with tar-macked road networks accessing all the areas of developments and services, in-cluding street lighting and ICT.

“It’s also an eco-friendly neighbour-hood and we are keen on sustainable green energy. We are using solar heated water systems and solar-powered street lighting. Also, there is a constant supply of water. There are three water sourc-es- two Boreholes with water tower, and one more from Ruiru RUJWASCO.

“Another thing that I liked while en-gaging Daykio is transparency. There was no information withheld or given in a manner that’s luring. I received exem-plary services from Daykio staff,” says Mwangi.

As a result of building a culture of transparency and experience in deliver-ing real estate solutions to customers, an increasing number of people in the diaspora have been investing with the firm.

To this end, only a few ¼ acre plots are remaining for sale. Also, about 21 clients have already moved in and the construction of more than 50 houses is ongoing. While interested homeowners are guided by the architectural designs provided, they are at will to customise the interiors and landscape.

As part of ensuring that residents en-joy their stay, Daykio is manned by an efficient and reliable security firm and there is also a perimeter wall around the estate.

To become a Bustani resident, a quar-ter plot goes for Sh8 million, which is payable in six months instalments. To make the process simpler and cost-friendly, the company has partnered with various financiers such as Family Bank, Kenya Commercial Bank, Commercial Bank of Africa and Stanbic Bank among others. All plots have ready Title Deeds.

To become part of this neighbour-hood that exudes elegance and serenity, ensure that you book your plot soonest as only a few plots are remaining.

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