Property ID: 7300
This is one of those deals you don't want to miss. The house is located approximately 30 kilometers East of Arusha and approximately 20 kilometers from the Kilimanjaro International Airport on Dolly Estate. The estate is about 3 kilometers off the Arusha- Moshi road.
The property is in two acres of well kept garden, is built 40 meters from the banks of the Maji ya Chai river. The banks of which are covered in riverine bush and magnificent acacia trees, wild Fig trees and grand Kigelia trees (sausage trees), all of which provide shelter to very many species of birds and small mammals. Some of the larger mammals are bush buck and Dikdik and the occasion bush pigs, monitor lizards and velvet monkeys. Within Dolly Estate are a number of introduced wild species including Zebra, Wildebeest and Eland.
All the rooms are large, light and airy with high ceilings, large windows and tall double doors that are glass panned. All the ground floor doors open onto the broad North facing veranda. The first floor has the library onto which the staircase opens. The bedrooms can be reached from the Library as is the first floor balcony. The main East facing large bedroom is en-suite, has built-in cupboards and its own small Easter balcony. The second large bedroom is also en-suite and next to it is a smaller single room that shares the bathroom. The external area of the first floor is 192 square meters, including the 6.7 square meter balcony.
50 meters from the main house is the self contained guest cottage. This has a veranda, two double bedrooms, a shower room with a lavatory, and a kitchen. It's total area is 69 square meters. The two car garage consists of a concrete floor covered by a corrugated iron roof that is supported on either side by 20 foot shipping containers. 100 meters from the main house are the two three roomed staff houses each with its own shower and latrine.
Running water and electricity are laid on to these houses that are built of concrete with corrugated iron roofs. All domestic water, including water for the staff is obtained harvesting rain water from all the corrugated iron roofing. The water is stored in three underground tanks with a total capacity of 260,000 liters. Water for the garden is pumped from the river into a 5000 liter Simtank.