Looking for a new home in Kilifi can be an exciting but daunting task. With so many options available, it can be difficult to find the perfect home that checks all the boxes. If you’re looking for a home with a taste of a Swahili theme, then the Green Heart Village might be the perfect place for you to live in Kilifi.
Located in a serene and peaceful environment, Green Heart Village offers a unique and captivating Swahili architectural design using sustainable building materials, that will satisfy your search for a home in Kilifi. The development prides itself on offering high-quality finishes, lower-density housing, greater green space, and a lower cost per square meter.
One of the standout features of Green Heart Village is the use of sustainable building materials. With the use of termite-resilient wood and an innovative termite guard that runs after the first course throughout the building to ensure your house is not invaded by ants; this minimizes future maintenance and issues. Another feature is the external wall finish, which comprises an exposed 200-mm thick reinforced stone masonry wall. This not only gives the home a stunning look but also provides durability and strength.
The internal walls and floor finishes are equally impressive. These houses have monolithic walls and floors, which are not your everyday conventional Neeru finishes. The floors are 150mm thick as opposed to normal Neeru floors which are usually 25mm to 30mm thick, making it impossible for chipping to occur when hit by a heavy object. The use of our sustainable building materials prevents any future maintenance.
Our sustainable building Walls are monolithic in the sense that the plaster and Neeru have been done in one go, as opposed to the conventional way of doing the plaster first and then applying the Neeru finish. This technique prevents cracks on walls as normally seen on normal e-finish walls. The bathrooms, on the other hand, are fitted with a Corazzo floor finish. Corazzo is a mix of very fine sand, sifted coral dust, and coral chips, all bound together with an extremely low amount of white cement. The massive reduction in concrete means low embodied carbon in construction.
The houses do have a properly insulated roof covering of 5mm thick styrofoam with insulators on both sides to reduce the thermal effect and reduce interior temperatures, cooling requirements, and power bills. The positioning of the house allows passive cooling, the breeze will cool down the house due to its orientation thus reducing power bills. The maximum durable neem louvered windows and doors also ensure maximum air circulation, making the house comfortable to live in all year round.
Living in the Green Heart Village houses means living in homes made of sustainable building materials, and having access to its reliable green power and sustainable water grid, this means no more power outages. What’s even more exciting about Green Heart Village is the opportunity to watch your dream home being built with sustainable building materials from scratch. You can film the entire journey and watch your home come to life. Welcome to Green Heart Village, the best home in Kilifi, investment, or living in Kilifi.