1.) Upper Hill – This remains the most expensive area to buy land in Kenya.
As more blue chips shift their offices from the congested central business district to Upper Hill, the rising demand for land in the area has pushed up land values in the neighbourhood to an average of Sh511.3 million from Sh509.5 million in December.
2.) Kilimani – This is the second most expensive area to buy land in Nairobi, with an acre going for an average of Sh425.7 million from Sh420.5 million in December.
3.) Westlands – In this neighbourhood, an acre of land is selling for an average of Sh391.1 million up from Sh388.9 million at the end of last year.
4.) Parklands – This is the fourth most expensive estate to buy land in Nairobi, with an acre going for Sh380.2 million, a drop from Sh386.3 million.