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Furnished one bedroom four bathroom property for sale in pegia, paphos

Furnished one bedroom four bathroom property for sale in pegia, paphos - image coming soon
€155,833

Property

Price + Plus VAT Set in the picturesque village of Pegia, paphos, the attractive project is a unique combination of traditional and modern architecture. The project consists of property, with option of private pool and propertys and property, 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 Pegia, paphos 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. Pegia, paphos 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

  • Laundry
  • Audio System
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Parking
  • Elevator
  • Rental Income
  • Microwave
  • Roof Garden
  • A+ Energy Saving Certificate
  • Emergency Exit

Pegia, 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.