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Amazing location three bedroom detached villa for sale in omodos, limassol

Amazing location three bedroom detached villa for sale in omodos, limassol - image coming soon
€336,809

Detached villa

Omodos, limassol is situated at the province of Limassol and at the distance of 25 km. Its 31 minutes drive away from Limassol, 40 minutes from Larnaca, 50 minutes from Nicosia and 40 minutes from Troodos. It is a beautiful village surrounded by mountains at an altitude of 600m over the sea, build in valleys and between two river deltas. For the nature lovers there plenty of opportunities for walking and routes within green landscapes, and many others that will offer you moments of joy and relaxation INCLUDED : All earthquake standards All walls with special materials for perfect heat and sound insulation Imported first quality sanitary ware and ceramics Kitchens, cabinets, counters, internal doors, all high quality All external doors and windows aluminum double glazing and electric shutters on the windows of the bedrooms Plumbing installation with plastic pipes PIP TO PIP type Solar system on the roof Provision for satellite antenna Fully electrical supplies Fully furnished Fully curtains and lights Fully air condition Communal garden

Additional Details

  • Close to school
  • Roof Garden
  • Luxury Property
  • 2 Stories
  • Pressurizing System
  • Home Cinema
  • Dryer
  • City Center
  • A Energy Saving Certificate
  • Covered Veranda

Omodos, 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.