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Resale house for vacation rental in lakatameia, nicosia

Resale house for vacation rental in lakatameia, nicosia - image coming soon
€365,318

House

Two-bedroom house in a central location in Lakatameia, nicosiaat a distance of 200 meters (approx.) to “Kings Avenue Mall”. The property is ideally situated close to a plethora of amenities and services such as supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, shops etc. In addition, it enjoys excellent access to the town center and Kato Paphos tourist area. The house is part of a building complex. The property is located on the semi-basement of the building and it level of maintenance is satisfactory. It consists of a living room/kitchen as an open space, two bedrooms, bathroom and a veranda. The area of the internal spaces is 101 sqm and the uncovered verandas 31 sqm. They are suitable for private use or for rental with a good return.

Additional Details

  • Outdoor Shower
  • Photovoltaic
  • Partly Furnished
  • Balcony
  • Utility Room
  • Fully Furnished
  • Covered Veranda
  • Captial Gain
  • Mature Garden

Lakatameia, nicosia

About Nicosia

Nicosia is the capital of the Republic of Cyprus and the archiep Episcopal seat of the Church of Cyprus. It was a kingdom in the 7th century BCE and has been a bishopric from the 4th century CE. It has been the seat of government of Cyprus since the 10th century. The Cathedral of St. Sophia was converted into the chief mosque of Cyprus in 1571. The city's walled fortifications did not prevent invasions by the Genoese in 1373, the Mamlūks in 1426, and the Turks in 1570. During the 20th century the city boundaries were extended beyond the existing circular Venetian walls and the old town within them was rebuilt. Part of the northern section of Nicosia, including the former international airport, has remained within the United Nations Forces in Cyprus operational boundary separating it from the Turkish Cypriot-administered areas. The Cyprus Museum in the city houses many archaeological treasures.