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Luxury one bedroom commercial property for sale in kato platres, limassol

Luxury one bedroom commercial property for sale in kato platres, limassol - image coming soon
€82,861

Property

Beautiful 2 Bedroom 2 bathroom ground floor property situated on a very well maintained complex in the popular residential Platres, limassol. The complex offers beautiful gardens, a large communal swimming pool and a smaller kids pool. There are designated parking spaces for the residents, disabled and communal parking spaces as well. The property is ideally located within a short walking distance to a Kiosk, a popular local tavern and a pharmacy. Within a short 5 minute driving distance you can get to the general Paphos hospital, the post office, supermarkets, shops and the International School of Paphos. Entering into the open plan living/dining and kitchen area with a breakfast bar. A door by the kitchen is leading to the back yard with a covered balcony and a winter seating area. Front garden accessible from the living room which also offers a covered balcony and views of the mature gardens of the complex. Inside there are two double bedrooms with one having an en suite shower room and the second bedroom a separate family shower room. The property features: Double glazing, air conditioning, fly screens, granite kitchen worktops, blackout blinds, solar panels and pressure pump.

Additional Details

  • Photovoltaic
  • Luxury Property
  • Master Bedroom
  • Balcony
  • Partly Furnished
  • Central
  • Storage
  • A+ Energy Saving Certificate

Platres, 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.