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Seeking property within a homely but diverse community
Publish Date: Jul 07, 2014
Seeking property within a homely but diverse community
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Situated in Port bell, an ideal location for those seeking a property within a homely but diverse community, Lakefront Courts offers you true value for money in the most beautiful, residential area in Kampala City, along the shores of Lake Victoria.

The apartments measure 195.66 to 206 square meters each with three, self-contained bedrooms along with a self-contained staff room at the back of fully-fitted kitchen that has a fridge, a cooker and a microwave oven.

Every apartment has an expansive balcony offering a delightful view of the lake in addition to the following general amenities:

• Swimming Pool
• Barbecue Area
• A Standby Generator; and
• Sufficient Car Parking Space

Find a spacious Mediterranean-style Apartment of your dreams.
At Luzira Lake Drive, Plot 86A / Penninsula Plot 13.

See our full brochure here


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