at a glance

Developed since 1967 on former coffee farms, its is a leafy green up-market well-developed residential suburb to middle to upper class Kenyans and expatriates. There’s a charming mixture of older, established properties amidst an impressive collection of newer buildings that add to Loresho’s character. There are a few apartments in this area but most houses for sale offer ample garden space and up to 5 bedrooms, making property in Loresho an attractive choice for families or those seeking a bit more space. Most of these large homes are well-fenced and those located in quieter roads benefit from vehicle security patrols. Loresho offers houses for sale as well as a choice of rental options which provide comfort and affordability in a tranquil environment just 25 minutes from the CBD. Borders Kangemi and Kibagare slums, with Kangemi having sprung up through rural to urban migration into employment for the rich people of Loresho who needed gardeners, maids and general house helps. Several developments around the initial loresho estate have sprung up.




Loresho Primary School

Food & Drink

Qaribu inn


The Lions SightFirst Eye Hospital


Bletag Kindergarten

Entertainment Joints

The Lions SightFirst Eye Hospital

Swimming Pool

Nairobi School Swimming Pool

Kid play Areas

New Kihumbiuni Primary Field

Police Stations

Loresho Police Post

Grooming Spots

Golden Touch Beauty Parlour


Sai Cargo Masters Ltd

Religious Centres

P C E A Loresho Community Church

Thrift Stores

Jubilee Furniture


Kangemi Economy Auto Spares And Garage

Art Centres

Tribal Gallery

Conferencing Facilities

KSG Convention Centre


KCB ATM – Kangemi

Grocery Markets

Admatt Mini Supermarket

Service Stations

Kenol Loresho


NicKo Gym & Fitness Studio