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Luxurious two bedroom single bathroom villa for sale in konia, paphos

Luxurious two bedroom single bathroom villa for sale in konia, paphos - image coming soon
€231,201

Villa

This is a very compact and smart development of just 22 villa surrounding a large heated communal pool with a generous sunbathing terrace area with landscaped gardens areas. It overlooks the western coastline of Cyprus from its gently sloping elevation. The surrounding area is quiet and residential. Shops, restaurants and bars and many other village facilities are to be found very close by. All balconies face the sea to benefit from the panoramic views of the western coastline. Nearby is an English school ‘The Learning Centre’ which has an excellent reputation. The development is already completed but there are some 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom villa opportunities. The popular location makes them an attractive and affordable investment. Konia, paphos Village has an established and friendly, safe local community. Ideal for children and families. It is only 5 minute drive to the beach and the tourist area of Coral Bay with its spectacular sandy beaches and restaurants that offer cuisine from all corners of the world. It is only a 15-20 minute drive to Pafos. The pretty harbour of Agios Georgios is close by offering charming picture postcards views of colourful little fishing boats. You can also explore the wild and unspoilt Akamas Peninsular with its rocky coastline, the amazing gorge, deserted beaches and nature walks.

Additional Details

  • Jungle View
  • AC Throughout
  • Sauna
  • Fendi Furniture
  • Central
  • Off-road parking
  • Italian Tile
  • Seaview

Konia, paphos

About Paphos

Paphos is the name of two ancient cities that were the precursors of the modern town. The older ancient city (Greek: Palaipaphos) was located at modern Pírgos (Kouklia) New Paphos was 10 miles (16 km) farther west, and together with Ktima together form modern Pafos. In Hellenic times it was second only to Salamis in extent and influence among the states of Cyprus. The modern town began to grow only after the British occupation in 1878. The harbour, centre of the city's life, was improved in 1908 and 1959 but remains too small to handle large commercial traffic and thus serves only an active local fishing fleet.