Kumbali Country Lodge, located only 10 minutes away from the centre of Malawi’s capital city of Lilongwe on a picturesque working farm with expansive and pristine land surrounding the lodge, are now offering the opportunity for investors to purchase an area of their land for development.
Set amidst the tranquility of low-density housing, each plot boasts full approval from the city council and comes complete with readily available title deeds, ensuring your investment is secure. With a convenient 12-month payment plan option, owning your dream property has never been easier.
Positioned in close proximity to the esteemed State House and the upcoming military golf course, these plots offer a unique blend of exclusivity, security and accessibility.
A mere 10-minute drive from the bustling City Centre, you’ll find yourself seamlessly connected to all urban conveniences while reveling in the serenity of this green haven, adorned with flourishing trees. With electricity poles conveniently located nearby, your vision of a harmonious home can effortlessly come to life. Choose from a variety of plot sizes, starting from 30x30m, with prices starting as low as K20 million.
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