WHO WE ARE
MIGAA, whose development is ongoing, sits in the lush vegetation of Kiambu County, and is less than half an hour’s drive from Nairobi’s Central Business District. It is a residential gated community on 774 acres, built upon the very tenets of environmental sustainability with 50% open green space. This physically translates into an acre of green for every acre of build. Migaa, situated directly in the path of Nairobi Metropolitan urban expansion, is a value driven catalyst for city to country migration. It will have various amenities available for the homeowner and his family to enjoy. “Migaa will capture the essence of Kenya’s natural beauty by creating unparalleled residential community”
To be the essence of Community Living
To deliver “The Promise”.
OUR CORE VALUES
The clients and stakeholders trust us to deliver a fully professional service, observe a high standard of code of ethics, professional conduct and respect their confidences. Thus the following core value system shall be considered-
We shall be committed to achieving higher levels of customer satisfaction through continuous improvement in products.
We shall be guided by transparency, accountability and highest business ethics in carrying out our business.
We seek to pursue team spirit as a means of building understanding and corporation in everything that we do through application in our internal and external relationships key attribute to achieving our objectives.
We shall seek the highest standards of management and professionalism, in everything that we do, through application, competent staff and embrace the state of the art technology.
We are a robust organization that is always looking for new ways to satisfy our customers, grow revenue and become more efficient.
Migaa as a coffee farm has a deep and long history spanning over more than a century. The Developer, having realised this from the dated structures and other historical features on the farm, commissioned a firm of genealogists to unravel its rich heritage.
The story begins with His Majesty King Edward VII who first owned the farm to James & Flora Findlay to Brooke Bond (k) Limited to Kenya Aerotech Limited to Mr. & Mrs. Murigu and finally to Home Afrika Communities Limited. An initial written chronology and photographic portfolio has already been compiled.
The study is being expanded to its pre-colonial history despite the challenges of limited documentation. One of the original buildings on the farm shall be restored to house a museum to preserve historical features and recreate narratives of coffee, coffee farming, coffee farmers and golf in the Anmer and greater Kiambu areas.
In 1922 Ronald Stuart Findlay the 4th son of James & Flora Findlay chose the charming flat-topped acacia trees on the farm to name the property Migaa.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Awesome golf course, affordable living. Highly recommended to visit.
Right from the reception, it was all amazing. Your green keeper rocks!!!
Great place to live. Right at the golf course! The view is amazing!
This place is amazing.I loved the development undergoing there. Green pastures indeed