Found at the centre of Borana Conservancy, Lengishu is surrounded by undulating hills and breathtaking views of the Lengishu hills across Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
The property is built entirely of sustainable materials. The stones have been excavated from the site itself, sourced when the foundations were laid. The wooden beams and panels are made of teak and gum poles from Kenya, the walls are rammed earth and the floors are stone and wood. This unique family home was built to blend into its surroundings.
The main house is central to the design with a large entrance hall leading to a study and a vaulted sitting and dining room which is warmed by two large fireplaces with glorious views. A covered veranda with a pizza oven allows for outdoor luncheons or evening entertaining. An art room with floor to ceiling windows and inspirational views is nestled below.
One of the highlights of Lengishu is the U-shaped pool, with stunning views, surrounded by a lunch pavilion, gym and a games room with a sundowner bar.
Lengishu is an exclusive use property ideal for family groups. The house sleeps up to twelve guests in six unique bedrooms with the option of children’s accommodation in the art room which has its own bathroom.