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Beach front property for sale in spitali, limassol

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€445,144

Property

A spacious first-floor property located within easy walking distance to the village centre and an array of restaurants, shops and recreational facilities. This property briefly comprises of 2 double bedrooms, family bathroom and an open plan living-dining area. The kitchen leads out to a rear sunny balcony with mountain views. Additionally, the property benefits from a large communal swimming pool, allocated covered parking and extra storage space. A glass-fronted elevator serves all levels including the basement parking area. Spitali, limassol 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 property village is a popular choice with locals and visitors alike. Spitali, limassol is famous for its rare 5 domed Church, traditional pottery and “Cyprus delights”. Spitali, limassol long, sandy beach has been awarded the accolade of ‘blue flag’ status and offers bathers a choice of cafes, bars and recreational facilities.

Additional Details

  • Covered Parking
  • Waterfront
  • Pergola
  • Close to school
  • Pressurizing System
  • Tennis Court
  • Walking distance to sea
  • Balcony
  • Wifi

Spitali, limassol

About Limassol

Limassol is the second largest city in the Republic of Cyprus. It lies on Akrotiri Bay, on the southern coast, southwest of Nicosia. Richard I the Lion-Heart landed there in 1191 and was married to Berengaria of Navarre in the chapel of a castle fortress, now a regional museum. After the Genoese seizure of Famagusta in 1372, the port's fortunes increased. But damage from numerous incursions between 1414 and 1426, the Turkish invasion of 1570, and a disastrous earthquake had reduced its population to 150 by 1815. Its resurgence dates from the end of the 19th century, when the island came under British administration. Limassol's bustling port exports wines, beverages, fruits, and vegetables.