Topographically, the land has a gradient and offers views of the nearby areas of Bbunga, Konge and Makindye and the Lake Victoria.
The development is located about 6 kilometres from the Speke Commonwealth resort Munyonyo; about 7 kilometres from the Kampala city centre and Central Business District and about 6 kilometres to the Kololo and Nakasero areas. It is about 4 kilometres from the Bugoloobi suburb and about 8 from the Naguru suburb where the Kampala International School is located.
It is located within a kilometre of the Heritage International School and about 2.5 kilometres from the Rainbow international school. It is less than 5 kilometres to the US embassy and less than 3 kilometres from the International Hospital of Kampala. There are several small and large supermarkets and convenience stores, including the full-scale Uchumi Nsambya, within 4 kilometres.
Additionally, the location offers the possibility for residents to be able to take multiple alternative routes to join the main Entebbe Road which leads to the Entebbe International Airport (and the International School of Uganda which is 15 kilometres away – a drive of less than 30 minutes in low traffic). This allows avoidance of the worst of city traffic. Travel towards Entebbe will also be made more accessible once the Entebbe Bye-pass, which is about to be commenced, is completed. There are also multiple routes from this location to the city centre and to other areas of Kampala such as Ggaba Road-Munyonyo, Bugoloobi, Naguru, etc.
Demographically, the area is home to upper middle income homes for many Ugandans. It also has a significant population of expatriates due to the large numbers of international NGO's that have their offices in the area as well as the US Embassy rentals. This literally guarantees immediate rental lettings and income.
Services including water and electricity are readily available and will be fully connected at handover; additionally, the houses will be accessed from a proper tarmac road.