€1,100 /month
Tala Paphos
Apartment Long Term
2 Bedrooms
100m² Covered
- Plot

Apartment FOR RENT
in Paphos, Tala
REF. NO. 23232

Welcome to Tala Sea View, where contemporary living meets breathtaking views! This stylish 2-bedroom apartment, available for long-term rent at €1,100 /month, offers a modern and spacious living experience in the picturesque village of Tala, Paphos.

This first-floor apartment is situated in a building equipped with an elevator for your convenience. As you step inside, a modern living area welcomes you, furnished with a sofa, coffee table, and a flat-screen smart TV connected to the kitchen and dining area. The fully equipped kitchen boasts modern appliances, including a fridge/freezer, electric hob, oven, kettle, toaster, dishwasher, coffee maker, extractor hood, and microwave. It comes stocked with plates, utensils, pots, pans, and everything you need for a self-catering holiday.

Glass sliding doors lead to a terrace where you can savor mesmerizing views. The double bedroom features a spacious closet, and a bathroom is conveniently located in the corridor. Both the living area and bedroom are equipped with an air conditioning unit for both cooling and heating, ensuring comfort year-round.

Tala Sea View is a modern apartment development comprising a 3-storey building with a total of 10 apartments. Enjoy the convenience of walking distance to restaurants, adding a touch of culinary delight to your lifestyle.

Don't miss the chance to make this 2-bedroom apartment your long-term residence. Contact us now to schedule a viewing and secure your spot in this contemporary property with sea views in Tala!

 

 

Air Conditioning
En suite bathrooms
Guest toilet
Master Bedroom
Open Kitchen
Wi-Fi

Tala, Paphos

Tala is a large suburban village 6 km north of Paphos, Cyprus. Many non-Cypriots have moved here permanently or have a summer home in Tala. Agios Neophytos Monastery is 1 km north. The Agios Neophytos Monastery was founded by Neophytos. After being jailed for pursuing an ascetic life, he fled into the hills of Cyprus and found a small natural cave in 1159. He slowly excavated the opening further to encompass his hermitage cell, a small chapel, and his eventual tomb. Neophytos was staunchly against materialism and being bothered, which kept the population of monks much smaller than at other monasteries of the time.

After, his death, he was buried within the Engleistra according to his own detailed instructions. His successor, Isaias, is mentioned in the writings of Neophytos, but nothing is known about his time as abbot, nor is there any information about any other abbots during the 13th, 14th, or 15th centuries.

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