Malindi 09 Malindi (Malindi, Coast, KE - 2345) Built

KES2,295,000 KES

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  • Type: Lots and Land
  • Style: Lot / Land
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Lot Size: 17 acres


17 Acres Agricultural land for sale in Kenya in Madunguni Malindi touching Sabaki River @ 135k an acre. This agricultural farm land in Malindi sub-county of Kilifi county is ideal for horticulture produce and the demand is high as Malindi imports farm produce from several other counties. This farm is adjacent another 19 acres land which is being farmed.

This land is also about 10 Kilometres to Malindi Airport which is being upgraded ton International status. It is hence also suitable for investors who are looking to export their produce directly to Europe or other International markets.

Specifications of the land
- Relatively flat and good for irrigation.
- Has fertile soils because of many years of river sedimentation
- free hold title deed
- Easily accessible to irrigation water

- About 4 kilometres to the Malindi-Sala Gate road
- About 10km to Malindi Airport
- About 11km to Malindi town

This piece of land is adjacent the 19 acres and could be purchased together for those looking for a larger piece.

Video of 17 acres

Video of 19 acres - adjacent this farm

Video of nearby farm

Video of Sabaki river

It is expected that the National Irrigation Board will soon implement an irrigation scheme similar to the Kakuyuni one, which is only a few Kilometres upstream of Galana river. when this is done, it is expected the property prices will rise and many other farmers not able to pump water from the river, would be able to get water through irrigation tunnels.

As reported by Daily Nation of 16th Jan 2017 " The tarmacking of the 117km Malindi-Sala Gate road, at the cost of Sh4.1 billion, brings hope to tourism stakeholders as it links the Malindi resort town to Tsavo East National Park in Taita-Taveta County."

The paper further adds,

"Mr Mosonik said when the tarmacking of the road is completed, it would boost agriculture and socio-economic activities in Kilifi County.

The road, he added, would be key for transporting produce from the Galana/Kulalu irrigation scheme and help farmers from Lango Baya, Chakama and Jilore easily access markets in Malindi town."

These Madunguni pieces of land are between 5-6 Kilometres to this Tarmac road which is ongoing. It also shows how easy it would be for horticulture produce from this irrigated firms will be able to reach local and international markets.
Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.