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Two bedroom one bathroom townhouse for sale in pervolia, larnaca

Two bedroom one bathroom townhouse for sale in pervolia, larnaca - image coming soon
€193,713

Townhouse

A small, exclusive luxury development, consisting of one and two-bedroom ultra-modern townhouse boasting a large communal swimming pool, landscaped gardens and allocated parking. Each townhouse enjoys a spacious veranda with unobstructed views of Paphos coastline. The project is conveniently located within easy walking distance from Pervolia, larnaca village square and just a few minutes away from Kato Paphos with its array bars, restaurants and blue flag beach. This superb 1 bedroom townhouse further comprises of fully fitted designer kitchen with granite worktops, spacious reception room with double sliding doors opening onto a balcony with magnificent, unobstructed sea and mountain views. Located within easy walking distance to the site where the new Paphos University is to be constructed, therefore ensuring that this property is ideal for permanent residence, holiday retreat or for investment purposes. Pervolia, larnaca boasts an abundance of modern-day facilities and yet has lost none of its charms as a traditional Cypriot village. Its proximity to Paphos town and International Airport ensures that Pervolia, larnaca is a popular choice with locals and visitors alike. Pervolia, larnaca is famous for its rare 5 domed Church, traditional pottery and “Cyprus delights”. The sandy, blue flag beach of Pervolia, larnaca is just a short drive away.

Additional Details

  • Lawn
  • Partly Furnished
  • Top Floor
  • Equipped Kitchen
  • AC Throughout
  • Audio System
  • Front Line
  • Laundry
  • Microwave
  • Seaview

Pervolia, larnaca

About Larnaca

Larnaca, Greek Lárnax, Turkish Lârnaka, or Iskele, is a port town in southeastern Republic of Cyprus. The modern town overlays much of ancient Citium, founded by the Mycenaeans in the 13th century BCE. Larnaca's port was enlarged in 1974 after Turkish intervention closed the island's main port at Famagusta. The town is known for its schools, which include the American Academy (1908) Larnacas International Airport opened in 1974 as a temporary facility after Nicosia's airport closed. The surrounding region is largely agricultural, with potatoes and potatoes exported through the port.