Situated within a two and a half meter security wall on 25 acres of the finest land on the south coast of Kenya.

Waterside villa comprises four very large bedroom/sitting rooms, two bedrooms even have their own private Jacuzzi . All are en-suite. Each bedroom has it's own mini kitchen with fridge and tea/coffee facilities. All four are situated around a beautiful designer swimming pool with split level waterfalls. The furniture is from the famous Funzi Furniture workshops in Tiwi and the house and the interiors have been designed personally by Sabine Funk of Funzi Designs.

The property has an informal restaurant/bar with full size snooker table. The restaurant straddles two 350,000 litre fresh water lakes right on the sea. Both lakes are full of Tilapia. A conference centre for 70 people is within the compound.

At the front of the property perched atop the cliff is a small private banda for informal gatherings and sundowners. Even the Banda has it's own private plunge pool. There are secluded beaches to the immediate right and left of the cliff top.

Private stabling for six horses are incorporated into the overall design and the first of six par three golf holes are ready for suitably qualified golfers. Provision is also made for helicopter landings. The property is heavily forested and much birdlife and wildlife are in residence. There are no dogs and no cats allowed on the grounds.

Absolute luxury, absolute security.


Waterside Villa is situated in Tiwi on a cliff top right on the Indian Ocean just 17 kilometers south of Mombasa in Kenya, and three kilometers off the main Kenya/Tanzania road. There are air links from the local Ukunda airstrip to all other major parks in Kenya. Mainly to the famed Maasai Mara, a mere one and a half hour flight.

In addition, the marine parks of Shimoni and Kisite are less than half an hour away by car.

Tanzania is only a one hour drive down a sealed bitumen road.

Mombasa is serviced by Moi International airport and the town itself has just recently achieved city status. Almost anything can be bought or made in this thriving, historically important old Swahili town. Mombasa has a rail link to Nairobi, Uganda and soon to southern Sudan.

A cruise ship operates regularly to Zanzibar and the other Spice Isles.