Town House in Paralimni
- Bedrooms : 3
- Bathrooms : 2
- Floor Size : 111 m²
- Visits : 10 in 64 days
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 3 storey town house, an ideal renovation project, in a very convenient location of Paralimni – KMP102
This 3 story town house benefits from a front terrace which leads to the entrance door. The open plan living, kitchen and dining area have a spacious feel. There is access to the rear covered parking from the kitchen as well as a convenient guest WC at ground floor level.
The first floor has two large double bedrooms which both include fitted wardrobes. The first bedroom has a door to the private balcony. The second larger bedroom includes a walk in wardrobe and dressing area as well as patio door access to the balcony. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor which includes a bathtub, WC and sink.
Following the stairs to the second floor, you will find the third bedroom, larger in size and includes a door to access the private balcony. This bedroom also benefits from an ensuite shower room which includes a WC and sink. A surprising bonus on this floor is a lovely size roof terrace with views over the town, a great spot to sit and enjoy a cold drink or read a book with a breeze during the summer evenings.
This unique town house has a great location, walking distance to the supermarkets, shops, pharmacies and bakeries of Paralimni and just a few minutes drive to the beaches and amenities of Kapparis. This is a superb opportunity to purchase a renovation project with bags of potential for a family home or a perfect rental opportunity.
Viewings by appointment.
The name ‘Paralimni` means by the lake and is the site of a 15th century settlement. The lake is part of the Natura 2000 natura network due to the large number of migrating birds and flamingos that can often be found during the wetter months. Paralimni is the administrative centre of the Famagusta region and a bustling town full of history and interesting twisty streets. There are a wealth of independent shops, cafes and delicious eateries in the town and you can easily wile away a few hours drinking coffee and watching the world go by.
The main square hosts many events through the year including the annual Carnival. This is a huge, fun affair 6 weeks before Orthodox Easter. Most of the local population can be found celebrating during Carnival week and the finale boasts a procession that takes over three hours to pass through the centre. In December, there is a ‘winter wonderland` with rides, ice skating and stalls to drink hot wine and buy Christmas fancies.
ABOUT THE FAMAGUSTA REGION
Whether you are planning to visit the Famagusta region of the Republic of Cyprus for the first time or you are already in love with the area, there is something here for everyone.
The area is not known as the ‘Jewel of the Eastern Mediterranean` for nothing! From the stunning cliffs of Cavo Greko (the most Easterly point of Europe) to quaint inland villages, to the 44 (yes 44!) white sandy Blue Flag beaches, the area holds something for every palette. We have beautiful nature trails, water sports galore, amazing fresh cuisine, nightlife, one of the top waterparks in Europe, fishing harbours, a world class Marina and the list goes on and on! You are never far from anywhere in Famagusta, a maximum 15 minute drive to the nearest beach from even the most inland villages.
Thousands of expats of all nationalities have made Cyprus their home over the years due to the warm local welcome, fantastic climate and host of things to do. The bustling cities of Limassol, Larnaca and Nicosia are just over an hour away but here you can enjoy a more relaxed pace of life. Crime rates are amongst the lowest in Europe, English and Russian are widely spoken and there is always time for a chat, a coffee or a glass of wine in the sunshine. We look forward to introducing you to hidden gems of the area on your next visit.