€1,500,000 For Sale
Konia Paphos
Detached Villa Resale
4 Bedrooms
527m² Covered
1673m² Plot

FOR SALE - €1,500,000
REF. NO. 4043

The villa is situated just 1km away from Paphos centre. With a plot of 1673m2 and neighbors in plots of approx 1500m2 It is a big family 4 b/r villa. The upper floor is 120m2 and consists of the luxurious main en suite b/r, with a veranda viewing the harbour, lounge sitting area and office with large library area, gym space, sauna, and large wardrobe. The lower floor with a a total cover area of 260m2 consists of 3 b/rs. They have a common private bathroom. The third is an en suite 4x4 bedroom with big wardrobes and view to the swimming pool. The rest of the floor is consists of an other bathroom, a store over 10m2 a kitchen with a store space connected with a lounge sitting area and daily dining space. Two more open living rooms, and a large dining space. The villa is surrounded by large amazing gardens and big verandas with a total area of 40m2 providing views to the green areas. The villa provides garage space for two cars with an area of 35m2, cover area for another two with an area of 42m2 and a separated maid’s studio with an area of 20m2. covered areas 527m2 Bedrooms: 4 / Bathrooms: 4 / Gym space, Sauna, Office, Wardrobes/ Store rooms/ Big Verandas / Gardens/ Kiosks/ Swimming pool / Maid’s studio /Garage.

Title Deeds Available
Build Year -
Swimming Pool Private
Parking Private (covered)
Air Conditioning
Airport: 15 min drive
Barbeque Area
Beach: 5 min Drive
En suite bathrooms
Fire place
Gated Community
Golf: 15 min Drive
Mountain views
Plus VAT
Private Parking (covered)
Private parking (uncovered)
Private swimming pool
Sea views
Separate Kitchen
Storage room
Title deeds Available
Town: 5 min drive

Konia, Paphos

Konia is a village located on the northeastern boarder of Paphos cascading down the mountain, with lovely views of Paphos below as well as perfect sunsets across the blue water of the Mediterranean Sea. There are several Stories behind where the name Konia came from, the first deriving from the word Konnos which means ‘Clay’ in Greek although this is unlike to be true due to the rarity of actual clay in the ground. The most likely story behind the name of Konia is the that of the early settlers who were said to be Greeks originating from Asia who gave the village the name ‘Konya’
Konia is rich in history, with its Christian church known as Apostolos Iacovos Adelfotheos which was partially destroyed during an earthquake in 1953 then later rebuilt in 1981.

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