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Unfurnished one bedroom house for sale in st. constantine & helen, nicosia

Unfurnished one bedroom house for sale in st. constantine & helen, nicosia - image coming soon
€76,497

House

Price + VAT This lovely house is located in the heart of Helen, nicosia making it walking distance to the village center with bars, restaurants and amenities. A well maintained complex of 22 house with communal covered parking, storage room and a swimming pool. This house has access to the communal swimming pool and comes with its own private parking place and storage space. The property has double glazed windows, provision for split units and comprises an open plan living/dining room and kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Due to the altitude, the property offers pleasant views of the surrounding area and the sea at depth. The complex is in close proximity to hotels, shops, restaurants, supermarkets and other facilities.

Additional Details

  • Ensuite
  • A+ Energy Saving Certificate
  • Mature Garden
  • Rental Income
  • Covered Parking
  • Roof Garden
  • Close to the beach
  • Thermal Insulation
  • Smart Home

Helen, 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.