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Luxurious three bedroom semi detached house for sale in arsos, larnaca

Luxurious three bedroom semi detached house for sale in arsos, larnaca - image coming soon

Semi detached house

Price + Plus VAT Set in the picturesque village of Arsos, larnaca, the attractive project is a unique combination of traditional and modern architecture. The project consists of semi detached house, with option of private pool and semi detached houses and semi detached house, which can enjoy the use of a spacious communal pool. Externally, the attractive arches and external stone cladding properties are renowned for have been incorporated into the design of each property, which makes them both distinctive and visually admirable. Tranquil and picturesque best describes the location of project The village of Arsos, larnaca combines old Cypriot charm with the modern day culture of the island. Vast green fields and beautiful scenery surrounds the area whilst within the village can be found a range of shops and everyday amenities. Arsos, larnaca is centrally positioned within the East Coast and within easy reach of the neighbouring towns. The beaches of Ayia Napa and Larnaca are within 15 minutes drive of the project and Larnaca airport resort areas of just 25 minutes drive away. Quality, affordable homes in an ideal location are the best way to describe Ayia Marina. So for those seeking a more traditional setting for their future home in the sun Ayia Marina is the perfect choice.

Additional Details

  • Seaview
  • Front Line
  • Fully Furnished
  • Parking
  • Jacuzzi
  • Home Cinema
  • Central Heating
  • Captial Gain
  • Sutiable for Cyprus permanent residency
  • Jungle View
  • Security

Arsos, 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.